A Marriage of Convenience

With oil wells springing up like weeds and the Bedouins getting restless, what's a modern Nadiarian prince to do? Before he can deal with domestic issues Prince Yousef A’del Sharif must deal with the arrival if his college sweetheart, Honor McPherson. Their passionate affair lasted through his year of graduate school at Harvard. More

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Published by BWL Publishing Inc.
Words: 28,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781771451581
About Kat Attalla

Like most authors, I didn't start out as a writer, but rather as a reader. My passion for romance novels began in my late teens and left me with an itch to discover the world. After living in places as culturally diverse as Athens, Greece and Cairo, Egypt (where I met and married my own romantic hero) we returned to the states. From a very young age, I showed an aptitude for telling stories. Of course my mother called me a pathological liar, but I prefer to think back on those days as an apprenticeship for my future craft.

About the Series: Married to a Prince
THREE MIDDLE EASTERN PRINCES MEET THEIR MATCHES Honor and Yousef: Honor and Yousef were college sweethearts. When he returned to his native country Honor was not ready to follow. A year later, when she does arrive in Nadiar to visit her ailing father he discovers that he has a son. He needs to employ any means to insure marriage and claim his paternal rights. Can he win her heart when he plays on her every fear? Delilah and Sami: Sami and Delilah were bound by an arranged marriage when they were children. Years later the ultraconservative Delilah discovers that her sexy sarcastic prince is still her husband. Can an inconvenient marriage turn into a lifetime of love? Mona and Rashid: Security expert Rashid, black sheep prince of a ruling Middle Eastern family, accepts the job of protecting the princess of a neighboring kingdom while she attends college in the U.S. He cannot let her know she is being protected. Mona's feelings grow but she is conflicted because her family will never accept a marriage outside her social class. How will she react when she discovers Rashid identity?

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