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The Sheikh's Surprise Twins
Holly Remington can't believe the burning chemistry she feels with Sheikh Malik Abdul-Rahman. It's like getting knocked in the head with a baseball bat—except far more pleasant. Though she's supposed to be all business while her company tries to win a lucrative development contract in the oil-rich country of Qadir, Holly simply can't stop herself from happily succumbing to his charm. When she's called back home after her father suffers a stroke, thoughts of her sheikh romance are never far away. It's only when she's ready to return to Qadir to continue her work that she discovers Malik gave her more than sexy memories. She's pregnant—with twins. And when she sees him again, Malik makes it painfully clear he's not only rejecting her development proposal, he's not interested in any other formal proposal either. He wants all of her.
The Sheikh's American Assistant
Makayla Riggs is convinced her father was wrongfully convicted, and she's going to prove it. Her father died in prison in Qadir, a tiny Arabic country, after being found guilty of stealing a diamond from the royal family. Convinced her father was framed by the al Baians, the powerful family he was working for, Makayla heads to Qadir and finds an unlikely ally in Sheikh Baqir Abdul-Rahman, who has his own suspicions about the al Baians. As the two work together to uncover the truth, Makayla can't help but find herself falling under the charming sheikh's spell. How can she not when Baqir is the only one who believes her father was framed?
The Sheikh's Stubborn Employee
Emily Baker is in a heap of trouble. Her beloved horse farm is struggling financially, and she's just found out her late father sold her favorite horse to a sheikh from a country she's never heard of. The buyer, Zaman Abdul-Rahman is sexy as all get-out, the sort of man who makes a fling with a sheikh seem like a good idea. But Emily isn't looking for romance, and certainly not with the overbearing alpha male who shows up to take away her beloved and pregnant horse, Riah. Emily refuses to let him until Zaman makes her a generous offer: he's taking Riah, but he'll also buy another horse and bring Emily to Qadir for six months to train it for an important race. Despite her hesitation, Emily knows the influx of cash will be enough to save the farm. Before she knows it, she's traveling to the tiny kingdom and being seduced, not only by this beautiful foreign land but by Zaman, who's just too gorgeous to resist.