Hot Sahara Wind

Hot Sahara Wind

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Dazzled by the dream of exploring an ancient city steeped in centuries of exotic tradition, Lady Sarah Stewart instead finds herself facing death for a crime she never intended to commit. Luckily, she has a connection to the royal family that just might save her life. Prince Ahmed has never gotten over his sexual infatuation with the sister of his English friend, William Stewart. When the beauteous Sarah needs rescue, he offers a solution that will both solve her dilemma and slake his undeniable lust. Marrying an Englishwoman is an unorthodox step, but the satisfaction he finds when she is in his bed is well-worth it, for his lovely bride proves as passionate as she is spirited. Delighted in their unexpected union, Ahmed and Sarah find paradise in each other's arms...and darkness on the horizon. For an enemy plots diabolical revenge under the breath of a Hot Sahara Wind...
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Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 163g
  • English
  • 1593746717
  • 9781593746711
  • 2,808,854

About Emma Wildes

Emma Wildes is the author of thirteen novels and numerous erotic short stories. She loves to write, read, and cook, in that order. Living in rural Indiana, she delights in those rainy days, sultry days, snowy days, sunny days...all are good for sitting down in front of the computer. Please visit her at, and if you like regular romance or mystery,
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64 ratings
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4 38% (24)
3 25% (16)
2 9% (6)
1 3% (2)
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