The Sheikh's Convenient Bride
In a desperate attempt to get out from her father's control, Nora Williams agrees to marry a man she doesn't love. But she's shocked when her old friend, Sheikh Rashid, whom she hasn't seen in years, begs her not to go through with it. Even more surprising? Rashid has a proposal. Literally. Nora should marry him instead. She had a secret crush on Rashid when they were younger, so the offer is awfully enticing. But Rashid is the crown prince of Omirabad—how could she possibly fit in with his royal family? And will she be able to follow her calling for midwifery the way she wants—needs—to? Worse, Rashid's proposal feels more like a business contract than a marriage proposal. Until they kiss, that is.
As the two slowly grow closer, they must reconcile Nora's calling with Rashid's responsibilities to his country. And discover if this marriage of theirs is real or just a terrible mistake.
The Sheikh's Accidental Wife
What happens in Vegas…apparently can follow you forever. At least that's Clementine Llewellyn's experience who, after a night of drinking and partying, ends up married to a sheikh, of all people. A night of passionate romance? Sure. Marriage? Not so much. Clementine wants an immediate divorce, but Samir bin Salam's tiny country's divorce laws require them to stay married. For three months. Samir may be the hottest guy she's ever seen—never mind spent time under the sheets with—but still. He's a sheikh and she's a nobody. But as the two of them spend more time together it doesn't take long before Clem's feelings for Samir go from lust to love. However, she's sure Samir doesn't feel the same. Best to cut her losses when she can.
Samir isn't looking for a wife, but when he wakes up with one, he's willing to do what's needed until the two can go their separate ways. He may not have a single thing in common with his quirky, flighty, sexy new wife, but all that is quickly forgotten when they're in bed. That side of their marriage is perfection. In fact, most of the time he spends with her—the talks, the laughter, the way she completely embraces his people—is bliss. Even so, it's shocking when he realizes he's in love with her, a revelation that Samir may have made too late. Because by the time he knows he can't live without her, she's already gone…
The Sheikh's Unexpected Fiancée
When her half-sister flees with her true love to avoid an arranged marriage, Zainab Halil bravely steps up to take her place. All her life, Zainab has sought the approval of her father, Javeed, but even she is shocked when he refuses to consider his oldest daughter—her—for an alliance that will finally bring peace between his tribe and the royal family of Omirabad. Javeed has always been a bit embarrassed by Zainab, who was the result of a fling with an American girl he met one summer. With her mother dead, Zainab now lives with her father, doing everything she can to win his approval—even if that means marrying a man she's never met. Though she's willing to wed for the sake of the tribe, she secretly doesn't believe it's much of a sacrifice, given that the one she would be marrying, Khalid bin Salam, is one of the most handsome and charming men she's ever met.