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Pregnant, alone and on the run!
Sterling McRae knows that powerful Sheikh Rihad al Bakri wants to claim the unborn heir to his desert kingdom. Her baby belongs to his brother, her best friend, and was conceived to protect him. But now he’s gone there is no one to protect Sterling and her child from the duty-bound fate that awaits them.
When Rihad finds Sterling he wastes no time in stealing her away to the desert. But his iron control is soon shattered by this bold, beautiful woman and replaced by infuriating, inescapable desire. To secure his country’s future, Rihad must claim Sterling too…
Scandalous Sheikh Brides, and the powerful men who claim them!
These men will do whatever it takes to protect their legacies including claiming these women as their brides before a scandal ensues!
Book 1: Protecting the Desert Heir
Book 2: Traded to the Desert Sheikh
Praise for Caitlin Crews
His For Revenge 4.5* TOP PICK RT Book Review
From the first page to the brilliantly defining end, Crews’ gothic tale refines the priceless harrowed-to-healed love story. The festive holiday atmosphere heightens the twisted tale.
His for a Price 4.5* RT Book Review
Crews fills her poignant, non-stop drama-thon romance with acerbic humor and heart-rending dialogue and sets it in lavishness on soothing Aegean shores. The banter and sexual tension make this intense page-turner burn.
Undone by the Sultan’s Touch 4.5* TOP PICK RT Book Review
Crews’ intensely emotional, immensely dramatic, tastefully carnal page-turner tops the brand standard. Her uncompromising, imperious desert hero and tenacious, no-holds-barred heroine are awesomely genuine.
About the author
USA Today bestselling, RITA-nominated, and critically-acclaimed author Caitlin Crews has written more than 100 books and counting. She has a Masters and Ph.D. in English Literature, thinks everyone should read more category romance, and is always available to discuss her beloved alpha heroes. Just ask. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her comic book artist husband, is always planning her next trip, and will never, ever, read all the books in her to-be-read pile. Thank goodness.