Book One: The Sheikh's Secret Bride
Work always comes first for Sheikh Nassir Adjalane. From an early age, he learned business was infinitely more important than having a personal life. But with pressure from an opponent on his board, Nassir suddenly has only one month to marry, or risk being voted out of his company. With everything he's worked toward on the line, Nassir desperately needs a bride…and only one woman will do.
Wedding planner Janna Davis never imagined she'd be summoned to the Middle East to plan Sheikh Nassir's nuptials. But the outrageous sum he's offered will finally give her what she needs to stand on her own two feet. As the planning gets underway, Janna is put off by Nassir's businesslike manner, but she can't deny his appeal. No matter what she's feeling though, Janna has a job to do.
Janna values her independence and refuses to fall for a soon-to-be married man, but what will happen when she learns that she is Nassir's intended bride?
Book Two: The Sheikh's Stubborn Bride
Sheikh Adilan Adjalane has always felt he has a lot to prove…and that's why he always wins. As the youngest in his hugely successful family, it's not easy to live in his older brother's shadow. So when he sees a chance get back his father's land, the former Olympian will fight to earn his place at the top of the family real estate business. But with an older brother who'll stop at nothing and a beautiful, feisty American landowner who refuses to sell, Adilan is struggling to remember that he always fights fair.
Teacher Michelle Reynolds has always wanted to see the world, and it doesn't take long for her to fall in love with the Middle East. She's always been open to compromise, but when Adilan Adjalane offers her cash for her land, Michelle refuses. She's determined to build a sanctuary on her mother's land, just as she promised. Besides, she's been warned about the Adjalanes. Adilan may be devastatingly handsome, but she knows he comes from a family of heartbreakers.
With the stakes getting higher and their attraction growing, will Adilan have to sacrifice his ethics to earn his place in the family business, or is Michelle more important than winning?
Book Three: The Sheikh's Reluctant American
Banished Sheikh Malid Adjalane has no interest in returning to the family business under the watchful eye of his controlling father. But if Malid doesn't agree to take on a tough deal, he won't be allowed into the palace to see his dying mother. With no other choice, Malid finds himself deep in negotiations with the largest oil producer in the world. He expected hard work, but he never could have prepared himself for the gorgeous, ambitious woman on the other end of this business deal.
Nigella Michaels works hard for her father's oil company, but she still has a lot to prove. It's a masculine industry, and with her dad about to retire, this deal could be just what she needs to show him once and for all that she's the right person to continue his legacy. She's always worked well with others, and this should be no exception. But not even her meticulous research could have prepared Nigella for the instant attraction she has with Malid.
After so many years on his own, it won't be easy for Malid to put up with his father's terms. But with Nigella's help, perhaps they'll both learn to balance the weight of their family with their own desires.