Fighting with the Infuriating Prince

Fighting with the Infuriating Prince

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by Elizabeth Lennox
     
 

Jalayla couldn’t believe the arrogance of the man! To actually order her around? How rude! But beneath the surface of her anger towards the handsome prince, there was a simmering heat, an uninvited fascination with the man that she couldn’t seem to fight. Every time he touched her, every time he even looked at her, she felt that strange sensation.

Overview

Jalayla couldn’t believe the arrogance of the man! To actually order her around? How rude! But beneath the surface of her anger towards the handsome prince, there was a simmering heat, an uninvited fascination with the man that she couldn’t seem to fight. Every time he touched her, every time he even looked at her, she felt that strange sensation.

Tasir wanted to fire her at first sight. She argued with him about everything and challenged him in ways that no other woman dared. So why did he want to pick the woman up and make love to her? Initially, he didn’t know that the lovely woman with fiery eyes and a sensuous figure was the one and only Princess Jalayla. Once he did, he was determined that he would have her for his own.

So what’s a man to do when he finds out that the woman of his dreams is promised to marry another man?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940151900447
Publisher:
Elizabeth Lennox
Publication date:
04/30/2015
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
11,550
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Elizabeth Lennox writes contemporary romance novels featuring sheiks, business tycoons, royalty, and other sexy rich men. Her male lead characters are smart, driven and determined, but can still be sensitive and vulnerable. Elizabeth's female lead characters come from a variety of backgrounds. They are strong, intelligent and independent, while still feminine and caring. Although Elizabeth wanted to be a romance novelist since the eighth grade, that dream only became a (paid) reality for her in 2009 and a full time job in 2012. Along the way, she received a BS in History and held different jobs in the real estate, government consulting, and financial industries. All during that time, though, she was always writing, using her personal experiences, dreams, and travels throughout the United States, Europe and the Caribbean as backdrops for her stories. To date, she has written over sixty books and sold over 1.2 million copies. Her free novellas have been downloaded over 2.2 million times since 2013. Elizabeth lives in Virginia with her husband and two children. Their home is just outside of Washington, D.C., and many of her novels are set in this area. She loves hearing from her readers!  Connect with her on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/Author.Elizabeth.Lennox), Twitter (@ElizabethLenno1), or e-mail her at elizabeth@elizabethlennox.com.

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Fighting with the Infuriating Prince 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Are they calling 43 pages a book? Seriously?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am usually a great fan of Elizabeth Lennox, but this book did not impress me like her others I have read. This one jumped into sex with very little story. I felt like it was not even thought out as if she had written it in a rush. I felt let down. L.M.A.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beyond stupid. Less than 50 pages which is like three chapters, NOT a book. I've written term papers longer than this "book". There is no real story, they meet, they argue, they have sex, they decide to get married. This bit of an idea (it can't even be classified as a book) is not worth your time. Then it tries to end with a cliffhanger so you will buy additional books, but it is so bad that you just don't care to read any more. Even though it was a free book it wasn't worth it. I won' t be buying anymore "books" by this author. If I could have, I would have rated it zero stars!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a long book, but good starter.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago