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Genre: Historical Erotic Romance (1920)

A haughty young heiress for whom the world is a playground…A savage son of the Sahara who knows no law but his own…When pride and passion vie for supremacy, blistering desert days are nothing compared to sizzling Sahara nights…

A haughty young heiress …
“You’re a damned obstinate little devil!” Aubrey exclaimed.
“I am what you have made me— as hard as yourself— so how can you quarrel with the result? It is illogical. My life is now my own to deal with, and I will deal with it exactly as I wish. I will do what I choose when and how I choose, and I will never again obey any will but my own.”
Aubrey’s mouth hardened. His eyes narrowed. “Then I hope to Heaven that one day you will fall into the hands of a man who will make you obey.”
I rose with a scornful laugh, flinging over my shoulder as I stormed back to my tent, “Then Heaven help him who tries!”

A savage son of the Sahara… 
“There will be inquiries.” I choked out. “I am not such a nonentity that nothing will be done when I am missed and you will pay for what you have done.”
“Pay?” His amused look sent a cold feeling of dread through me. “I have already paid… in gold that matches your hair, my gazelle. Besides,” he continued, “the French Government has no jurisdiction over me. There is no authority here above my own.”
My trepidation was growing more terrible every passing moment. “Why have you brought me here?”
“Why have I brought you here?” He repeated with a slow and heated appraisal that made me acutely, almost painfully, conscious of my sex. “Bon Dieu! Are you not woman enough to know?”

Pride and passion vie for supremacy in this fresh new telling of E.M. Hull’s romance classic.

Anticipated release date: 1 October 2013

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