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Out today in the UK, US and Canada, in print and digital, SHEIKH’S MAIL ORDER BRIDE is the second book in my HOT ARABIAN NIGHTS quartet.
If you follow me on Twitter, you’ll know hero Kadar, the very reluctant prince, as #geeksheikh. And my heroine – well this time, she’s a ship-wrecked astronomer! If you’ve not read THE WIDOW AND THE SHEIKH, the first book in the series then don’t worry, all the books can be read standalone.
Congratulations to Jo B, the winner of my reader reviewer prize for SCANDAL AT THE MIDSUMMER BALL. A big thank you once again to all who took the time to read and review an advance copy of this duet.
I now have advance review copies of THE SHEIKH’S MAIL ORDER BRIDE, the second in my HOT ARABIAN NIGHTS series, which comes out in August. If you’re not already on my list of reviewers and would like an advance digital copy for review, then just drop me an email.
And if you’d just like a little taste of the book, then you can read an excerpt here.
A botanist heroine seeking to fulfil a promise made to her husband on his deathbed, a tortured sheikh hero seeking to rid himself of his destiny, a steamy attraction that can have no future and lots of lush, exotic desert scenery, what more could you want? But if you do need tempting, check out some of the reviews on Goodreads here.
Out today, my fun Regency duet with Bronwyn Scott, SCANDAL AT THE MIDSUMMER BALL. You can read an excerpt and find to buy links on the book page here. With a full complement of guests out to thwart their conniving host, two rebellious heroes, a rebellious jilt and a tightrope walker, there’s plenty of scandal!
And there’s more. Bronwyn and I are chatting over on the All About Romance blog about writing this duet, and there’s a signed copy of the book up for grabs, so why not pop over and join us here, it would be lovely to see you.
The Sheikh’s Mail Order Bride is the second of my Hot Arabian Nights quartet. Out in August, it’s already available for pre-order. You can read an excerpt and find to buy links on the book page here. What do you think of the title? Join me on Facebook or Twitter and let me know.
And there’s still time to enter the Goodreads giveaway, open until 1st May, so check it out here. Good luck!