‘Let me hold my son,’ he urged with unconcealed impatience.
Elinor did not want to risk a scene which might upset her child. She handed Sami over. Jasimclasped the little boy with care and held him out to examine him, keenly scrutinising every inchof Sami’s fearless little face. There was a quality of bemusement and wonder in Jasim’s sterngaze that unsettled Elinor and made her feel very uncomfortable. Brown eyes sparkling, Samismiled at Jasim, and made no objection when Jasim brought him closer. His father’s confidenthandling made it clear that he was no stranger to young children.‘He is the only boy born in my family for many years,’ Jasim said gravely. ‘It is a crime that wehave been unable to celebrate his birth.’A…
? Well, that more than hinted at the weight of blame he intended to foist on her.Resentment stirred like a knife twisting inside her, and her soft mouth compressed into amutinous line. ‘If Sami wasn’t present, I would tell you exactly how I feel about you—’Jasim elevated a sardonic ebony brow, for he was astonished by the attack. ‘Do you think I aminterested in such a dialogue after you walked out on our marriage?
Bestselling Modern™™ Romance authorLynne Grahamis back, with a fabulous new trilogy!
Three ordinary girls—a little bit naïve, but also honest and plucky…Threefabulously wealthy, impossibly handsomeand very ruthless men…When opposites attractand passion leads to pregnancy…Itcan only mean marriage!
Inexperienced and expecting, they’re forced to marry!
DESERT PRINCE, BRIDE OF INNOCENCEElinor and Jasim’s story