The Desert King's Pregnant Bride

Alt title: Arabian Night no Yuuwaku

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Taken by the Sheikh

Taken by the Sheikh

Prince Drax, Sheikh of Dhurahn, has to find a temporary bride for his twin brother. Enter Sadie Murray, a stranded Englishwoman who is in need of money after being fired from her job. Drax decides she will be the perfect candidate, due to her desperate situation. He takes advantage of her plight by not giving Sadie much of a choice to be under his employ. But will Drax have the nerve to go through with his plan to make her a makeshift bride for his brother?

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Surrender to the Playboy Sheikh

Surrender to the Playboy Sheikh

Elizabeth "Lily" Finch runs a successful catering company, but even the best meals come from a few cracked eggs. Lily's path to catering success has been full of heartbreak and shattered dreams. When the prince of the Harrat Salma kingdom, Karim Al-Hassan, comes to her in his time of need, she turns him away! Lily doesn’t have the time to take on any more work, but Karim comes up with a brilliant plan: if he becomes her assistant, she’ll have the time to take on a few more catering jobs…and just maybe find a bit of love on the side.

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Taming the Sheikh

Taming the Sheikh

Anne, a serious grade-school teacher, attends her best friend’s wedding where she meets a playboy sheik, Rafik. Despite her intention not to get involved with him, she ends up having him drive her back home after feeling sick. When she wakes up in the morning, she finds herself in a strange yet gorgeous bed. “Oh, no! Did I spend the night with him?”

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The Desert King's Virgin Bride

The Desert King's Virgin Bride

After the death of her parents, Sorrel, the daughter of English ambassadors, was raised by Malik, aide to the sheikh. Although Sorrel is English, she feels that Kharastan, the country where she lives in the palace of the sheikh, is her true home. However, there is only one reason for her to want to go back to England: ever since childhood, she's been in love with Malik. But because he became sheikh, she feels like the time has come to put an end to her unrequited love. But Malik, who misunderstands her intentions, makes her an offer she can't refuse! "If you wish to know men, I will be your tutor...!"

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Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin

Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin

Though technically royalty in Qusay, Rafiq distanced himself from the throne, leaving his homeland at a young age and becoming a successful businessman in Australia. But fate leads him home when his brother’s coronation ceremony approaches, and Rafiq returns to Qusay. There he encounters Sera, the woman who left him to marry another man. Sera has been widowed and now acts as Rafiq’s mother’s companion. At first Sera avoids Rafiq, but while journeying through the desert kingdom together the two slowly become close once again. Suddenly, Rafiq’s brother renounces the throne, and their newly rekindled romance is threatened once again.

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Carrying the Sheikh's Heir

Carrying the Sheikh's Heir

Due to her sister’s infertility, Sheridan decides to undergo artificial insemination, but as a result of the hospital’s mistake, she is provided with the semen of a man who is not her brother-in-law. As it turns out, the semen belongs to Rashid, the King of Kyr. Though Sheridan finds him authoritarian, he is as handsome as any prince you might read about in The Arabian Nights. Sheridan frantically resists Rashid’s urgings that she should join him in Kyr, but then he makes an unimaginable move, sweeping Sheridan up off her feet and kissing her passionately. Sheridan suddenly finds herself lost in Kyr’s intense passion… What will she do next?

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Desert Barbarian

Desert Barbarian

Marie Brinton's not a fan of snakes, but should she fear the venomous one she runs into in the desert more than Stonor Grey, the one that's trying to steal her father's company out from under him? Stonor stops the former from biting her, but still might prove to be the worse of the two evils. But when Marie's father collapses, she can’t help but hope that Stonor will transform himself from villain to hero.

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The Call of The Desert

The Call of The Desert

Julia is astonished to run into Sheikh Kaden of Burquat at a party. She'd first met Kaden when she was twenty years old and he was still the crown prince. They fell in love instantly. But one day, all of a sudden, he said something to alienate her and then coldly bid her farewell. Soon after, the news of his marriage completely broke her heart. It was only me who thought we were in love… Unbearably hurt by those bitter memories, Julia dashes out of the party, but can't escape her destiny.

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Majesty, Mistress...Missing Heir

Majesty, Mistress...Missing Heir

Five years ago, when Jessa had just begun her career as a London investment banker, she shared a night with a client, Tariq. As she worried about the consequences of falling in love with him, Tariq disappeared without a trace. Soon after, Jessa learned some startling news—that Tariq was a member of the royal family of Nul, and due to internal conflict within the nation, he has become the new king! Now, that king has returned to Jessa without warning, with just one thing to say: "I want to spend one more night with you." 

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Stolen by The Sheikh

Stolen by The Sheikh

"You have four weeks to make a wedding dress." Rising-star fashion designer Sapphire is all but conscripted by Sheikh Khalid, ruler of the desert kingdom of Jebbai. Khalid practically abducts Sapphire to his kingdom, leaving her lover, Paulo, behind. Once in Jebbai, Sapphire faces strange obstacles—not only is she denied a fitting session with the bride-to-be, she isn't even allowed to see her! Sapphire soon learns the truth: Khalid plans to marry her to settle an old score with Paulo!

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