It was a nice story I suppose. A contemporary story in which the heroine finds out she is the granddaughter of a sultan after being raised English in a previous book (I have not read.) In this she is searching for a cousin that has just ran out on a wedding. Of Course she and the Shiekh are searching together and He has loved her all along and she hates him.
Very predictable and I was irritated with the female character a lot of the book. The Author pretty much wrote it from the females point of view until somewhere in the middle she threw in a few of his thoughts it just didn't seem to balance well. Plus the girl whines about England being her home but never really connects her explanation as to why. It was a quick easy read just not one I would waste time reading over and over.
When her cousin disappears before her wedding, Jalia must deal with the angry groom and all his arrogant questions and demands. Together, as they search for the missing bride, they discover that underneath their constant bickering lies an attraction neither can fight. But Jalia enjoys her quiet life as a professor, and Latif al Razzaq Shahin keeps pushing her to fulfill her duty and embrace her heritage as an exiled princess.