Nadya Anderson is arranged to be married to the man of her dreams. Handsome, debonair, effortlessly charismatic, and a son of the royal family of Al-Ahradi, Sheikh Salman Al-Hamar is everything Nadya could ever want. There's just one problem: their arranged marriage isn't going to happen…
After a simple but colossal misunderstanding at the airport, Nadya is mistaken for a different Nadya; the up to now unseen princess Sheikh Salman has been arranged to marry. Greeted like a goddess, she goes along with the façade, intending to enjoy some luxury before making her escape.
Spurning several opportunities to tell the truth, however, Nadya is soon in too deep, and with the date of their wedding looming, she has a decision to make: come clean to the man she loves, or run away from it all, never to look back…
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is a quick, short read that seems a bit far fetched as it gives no time for the characters or storylines to develop in a more reasonable way. In 48 hours the two characters meet, have an overwhemingly full day together, then separate, come back together and possibly live HEA? I think they kissed once, possibly did more, but that part is left to the readers imagination, and had overall ok chemistry. If you like a short story thats very "clean cut" in terms of romance scenes, this book might be for you.