Tram N. (gummy13) reviewed The Sheik and the Runaway Princess (Desert Rogues, Bk 4) (Silhouette Special Edition, No 1430) on
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He'd kidnapped a princess! How dare he! And how dare her body betray her so recklessly at Prince Kardal Khan's heated touch? How dare she feel cared for in her captor's tender embrace? All the lonely princess had ever wanted was someone to love her...but falling for the sexy sheik who'd stolen her as his slave was out of the question!
He'd rescued his wife. He might be the Prince of the City of Thieves, but when it came to the half-American Princess Sabra whom he'd rescued from the desert, he wasn't stealing...he was claiming what was rightfully his. Because though she didn't know it, the stubborn beauty was betrothed to be his wife!
When its decreed she should marry, a lovely princess flees, ending up stranded in the desert. A gorgeous prince rescues her, whisking her away to his home. Slowly she begins to fall for him, but will she feel the same when she learns hes really her husband-to-be? Putting a modern spin on a classic romantic theme, Susan Mallerys THE SHEIK AND THE RUNAWAY PRINCESS has a sensual flair and emotional depth that will delight readers.