American tutor Kim Atkins is teaching English to a young Middle Eastern prince, but she’s having a hard time keeping her eyes off his older brother. With Karim’s stacked muscles and handsome face, it’s hard not to be distracted. It’s too bad he’s rude, arrogant and very traditional, but that only makes it easier to focus on her student and the girls at the local orphanage. Besides, with glamorous beauties eager for Karim’s attention, clumsy Kim could never compare.
Karim Sharqi is knee-deep in paperwork after taking over the family jewel company, but asking for help from his brother’s pretty tutor goes against everything his father taught him. Karim’s known from a young age that you should never rely on a woman—especially a Western woman. Her modern attitude flies in the face of his traditional values, and yet, her beauty and shy smile are proving to be an irresistible temptation.
Can two people from such different worlds ever find a common future?
Waste of potential...
Obviously, the writer has no idea about the Arabic culture and their way if living... On top of that the potential of a really good, heart melting story is wasted. I am aware of that this is supposed to be a kiosk literature and I didn't expect a masterpiece anyway, however this book sucks big time and I am sorry for the time I have spent on it.