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The Sheikh's Secret Son
     

The Sheikh's Secret Son

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by Maggie Cox
 

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"We have a child together. That confirms you are still my woman."

When Sheikh Zafir el-Kalil discovers that he is a father, he will do anything to secure his child—even marry the woman who betrayed him and kept their son a secret from him!

Darcy Carrick is older and wiser now, and she will

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"We have a child together. That confirms you are still my woman."

When Sheikh Zafir el-Kalil discovers that he is a father, he will do anything to secure his child—even marry the woman who betrayed him and kept their son a secret from him!

Darcy Carrick is older and wiser now, and she will not bend so easily to Zafir's will! Once her heart would have soared to hear Zafir call her his wife. Now it will take more than soft words and sweet seduction to win back her love…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780373060429
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
01/17/2017
Series:
Secret Heirs of Billionaires Series
Pages:
224
Sales rank:
295,910
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.50(h) x 0.80(d)

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Meet the Author

The day Maggie Cox saw the film version of Wuthering Heights, was the day she became hooked on romance. From that day onwards she spent a lot of time dreaming up her own romances,hoping that one day she might become published. Now that her dream is being realised, she wakes up every morning and counts her blessings. She is married to a gorgeous man, and is the mother of two wonderful sons. Her other passions in life - besides her family and reading/writing - are music and films.

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The Sheikh's Secret Son 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 26 days ago
So, the writing was not that great at times. The plot needee so mich work. No substance, no reason to forgive the male protagonist. The story crescendo was awful. Felt like I wasted 4 bucks,sorry. Do better Harlequin...