Saraha Heat: Three Kinds of Wicked Series Book 9 [NOOK Book]

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Sold to the Sultan as a concubine, Sabra dreams of love. Yet, the passionate and forbidden embraces she shares with the Sultan's son, Xavier can only bring her heartache. After her first meeting with the Sultan, she knows she can never be happy as a slave to his needs, and she voices her objection. However, when the insulted and displeased Sultan orders a painful punishment, Trey, the eunuch assigned to attend her comes forward and convinces the Sultan that it may be more beneficial for Sabra to endure training ...
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Saraha Heat: Three Kinds of Wicked Series Book 9

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Sold to the Sultan as a concubine, Sabra dreams of love. Yet, the passionate and forbidden embraces she shares with the Sultan's son, Xavier can only bring her heartache. After her first meeting with the Sultan, she knows she can never be happy as a slave to his needs, and she voices her objection. However, when the insulted and displeased Sultan orders a painful punishment, Trey, the eunuch assigned to attend her comes forward and convinces the Sultan that it may be more beneficial for Sabra to endure training to learn her place. Xavier can't resist the beautiful and beguiling Sabra. From behind lattice stone walls he watches as Trey teaches the delicate desert flower to dance and move to please the Sultan, and he soon finds himself so enchanted with the slave that he becomes careless enough that Trey catches him watching. When Trey suggests he help train Sabra, Xavier can't refuse. However, after his power-seeking brother catches them in an intimate setting, Xavier fears his obsession with Sabra will be the death of them all. To My Readers: There's much to be said for the adventure and danger involved in falling in love. In SAHARA HEAT I bring you an Arabian tale of a forbidden love. Sabra is a young woman who feels destined to know no happiness as a slave and concubine to the Sultan. Xavier, one of the Sultan's sons has suffered the loss of a wife and child, and now searches the desert oasis' for his kidnapped sister, never thinking he'll find peace in his life again. Trey, a eunuch in the palace brings erotic temptation to Xavier and Sabra, and shows them there's still hope for love.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603104418
  • Publisher: Red Sage Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/23/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 360 KB

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