Draped in the desert prince's diamonds…
To ensure his sister's successful marriage, Kasim, Crown Prince of Zhamair, must stop Angelique Sauveterre's alleged affair with his future brother-in-law. But when Angelique denies any involvement, Kasim can't resist the chance to make the feisty beauty his!
Angelique is tempted by Kasim's offer of a fling—always compared to her twin sister, she's never allowed to just be herself. They couldn't be from two more different worlds, yet Angelique blossoms under Kasim's touch and surrenders to the desert prince. But can he give her more than passion and precious jewels?
PURSUED BY THE DESERT PRINCE
Really enjoyed this kick-off to a new series from Dani Collins! We get the first of the four Sauveterre sibling stories with another sibling following the next month. They're easy to connect to, yet shrouded in lots of secrets and an overly protected life, so it's fun to delve below the surface and get to know them more.
Prince Kasim ibn Nour is determined to see his sister happily married to the man that she loves, so he visits designer Angelique Sauveterre to make sure she ends her liaison with his soon-to-be brother-in-law prior to the wedding!
Angelique can't believe he thinks she is someone's mistress! She sets him straight in no uncertain terms ... and by the end of being put in his place by her, Kasim is so intrigued that he wants to claim her for his very own! Family obligations on both their parts limit their freedom to live their lives as they wish, but they decide to have a short lived fling that is just for their enjoyment. When their time together is supposed to be coming to an end, will they be able to walk away?
i was fooled by the 4.5 star reviews.. the story started off great, but the dialogue between the prince and angelique never seemed authentic...she was crazy tearful one minute then obnoxious and irrational the next.. the prince seemed more down to earth and reasonable if thats possible.. then the silly over protection of her twin drove me crazy!! i hate that i cant trust these reviews when i pay good money for these books..
not nearly enough true romance in this novel