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Angele has longed for her betrothal to Crown Prince Zahir to be consummated within wedlock. She naively hoped her promised husband would wait for her, as she would him but compromising paparazzi photos have dashed those youthful dreams….

She cannot become Zahir's wife out of duty and endure a loveless union; she must let him go free …but on one condition. Without taking Angele's hand in marriage, will the proud sheikh agree to give her the wedding night she has long dreamed of?

Topics: Series, Arranged Marriage, Cheating, Betrayal, Pregnancy, Love Triangle, Royalty, Princes, Emotional, Dramatic, and Middle East

Published: Harlequin Presents an imprint of Harlequin on
ISBN: 9781459205505
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