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Overview: A night of passion under the desert stars…

For handsome and honorable Crown Prince Jarah Ramzi, duty is everything. Nothing ever has ever interfered with his royal responsibilities. Until beautiful American Aubrey Bennet catches his eye one night and he decides—just this once—to be impulsive.

What a mistake. Because not only is Aubrey unforgettable, their one night of passion has left her pregnant. Determined to do the right thing, the dutiful prince asks Aubrey to marry him… But he’s shocked when her answer is no!

Aubrey was just blowing off steam when she slept with the oh-so-sexy Jarah. She had no idea who he was or that their night of passion would leave her pregnant. At the same time, her beloved grandmother has announced that she’s selling the family’s vineyard—Aubrey’s sanctuary. With all this turmoil to deal with, she’s not about to marry a virtual stranger, even if he is a smoking hot prince. Then Jarah offers her a deal: Marry him and he’ll buy the vineyard for her. How can she resist?

The bigger question is, how can she resist Jarah? She can’t—and he can’t resist her either. But just when they realize fate may have brought their hearts together, an outside force threatens to tear them apart…


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“Aubrey? You’ve been working for a few hours without a break. Come test the new dish that I’ve been working on.”


Looking up from the pile of paperwork, Aubrey glanced at the clock. Hysani was right. Three hours had passed since she’d closed herself up in the upstairs office of the restaurant. There was only one small window, and without the sunlight, she often lost track of time. Hopefully, her new boss would think she was dedicated rather than flighty.


Her stomach rumbled. “That sounds great. What is it?”


“A seasoned turkey burger with pepper-jack cheese, aioli, fried pickle chips, lettuce, tomato, and onions.”


After a confused pause, Aubrey laughed. “A turkey sandwich. You weren’t lying when you said you wanted some American dishes. I love turkey burgers.”


It had only been two weeks since she’d arrived in the small Arabian kingdom of Rihamel, and she was still getting used to the Middle Eastern dishes. A burger, even a turkey burger, sounded wonderful.


“Excellent. You’ll give me your honest opinion.”


Hysani Ismat was a wealthy businessman who owned a number of restaurants and night clubs in the country. When Aubrey’s grandmother suggested she travel for a year, Aubrey never thought she’d end up here. Having grown up on a vineyard, she thought she’d spend her time in Europe, touring the great vineyards of Italy and Paris and learning all she could about their wine-making processes.


Unfortunately, her meager savings had dried up quickly, and jobs had been scarce or difficult to get as a foreigner. Luckily, her friend Gwen had been studying in Rihamel and offered her a room in her flat. Gwen had connections to the royal family, and she’d pulled some strings to get Aubrey a job. Helping Hysani open up the new restaurant wasn’t the dream job she had in mind, but the pay was amazing, and it wasn’t like she’d be here forever.


In a few months, she’d be back to Europe, and when she was done, she could go home armed with the knowledge to convince her grandmother to start making her own wine rather than selling her grapes.


“You know, you are allowed to have some fun while you’re here. You’ve been working non-stop for a week. I like to think I’m a good boss, and a good boss would tell you to cut back and enjoy yourself. Play tourist. Our little kingdom has a lot to offer. We might not be America, but we still know how to have a good time.”


Aubrey chuckled. One thing she’d learned about her boss was that with his good looks and immense wealth, he didn’t have any trouble finding a good time. When he was at work, however, Hysani was nothing but professional, and she appreciated that. “I’ll keep that in mind.”


He sighed as they descended the steps. The downstairs was still being renovated, but the kitchen was in working order, and there were a few tables set up.


“Sit, sit,” Hysani said impatiently. “I’ll be right back.”


The man was serious about food and would hover until she gave him her opinion. He was a talented cook, and she looked forward to lunch. The plate of food he returned with looked delicious.


Under his watchful eye, she took a bite and immediately gave him a thumbs-up. “It’s great. Turkey tends to be dry, but this is juicy and flavorful.”


“Good, good. I will consider adding it to the menu. You and your roommate must give me a list of your favorite foods. I don’t want all American dishes, of course, but with the influx of American tourists, it would be good for business to provide something that would bring them comfort.” He glanced at his watch and frowned. “I have to take a phone call, but I won’t be long. Take your time with lunch. Enjoy. That’s an order.”


She did have a headache brewing at her temples, so Aubrey took a deep breath and tried to imagine that she was back home, enjoying her lunch in the fields, with the sun beating down on her and her friend Jennifer. Jennifer managed the vineyards for her grandmother, and even though she was almost two decades older than Aubrey’s twenty-four, they had become fast friends.


A sharp knocking on the front door broke her out of her meditation, and she opened her eyes and swiveled her head around.


The restaurant wouldn’t be open for another month at the earliest, but there were a number of shops and restaurants in the area. Someone probably didn’t realize it wasn’t open. She headed to the door to explain things, but when she got a good look at who was standing outside, she stopped short.


There was nothing obviously dangerous about the man on the other side. He was dressed causally in jeans and a black T-shirt, and he had a hat pulled low over his face. She couldn’t see much of his features other than the frown as he leaned against the door and waited.


Aubrey hesitated. It was silly; Hysani was in shouting distance, and the man was probably just confused or lost.


He lifted his head, and their eyes met. To her surprise, he glowered at her and pointed to the handle. “Open the door.”


There was such command in his voice, Aubrey immediately bristled. Culturally, she was out of her element. Rihamel was very much a man’s world, and the men acted accordingly, but he was still rude, and she didn’t like that at all.


“I’m sorry,” she called out without moving forward. “We’re not open yet.”


“I’m not here for food.”


“Then you are definitely in the wrong place. This is a restaurant.”


“I know it is Sweetheart. Let me in. I’m here for Hysani.”


Sweetheart? Really? Again, she had to remind herself that she was not home. “He’s on a phone call. I’ll let him know that you’re here.”


“So you’re just going to make me wait out here?”


Smiling sweetly, she nodded and held up a finger as she moved to the steps. The man knocked again, but she ignored him. Upstairs, Aubrey found Hysani at the desk, her papers pushed to the side as he leaned back in his chair with his feet propped up on the desk. Belatedly, she realized that she never asked for the man’s name. Not wanting to interrupt her boss twice, she sighed inwardly and headed back downstairs.


The man had moved out of the shadow of the awning, and the full sun hit his face. Aubrey thought her boss was classically handsome, but he had nothing on this man. Gorgeous dark eyes under a fringe of lashes glared annoying at her as he rubbed his finger along his strong, stubbled jaw. Bronze skin smoothed over high cheekbones, and a sensuous mouth smirked at her.


“Ready to let me in?”


“As a matter of fact, I am not. What’s your name?”


The smile slipped. “Really?”


“Yes, really. I don’t want to have to bother my boss twice.”


“Boss?” The man started to laugh. “Interesting role-playing game you’ve got going on. Does he make you call him sir?”


Was he trying to embarrass her because he was pissed at having to wait, or did he really think she was Hysani’s lover?


Either way, he was crossing a line. Aubrey cocked her head. “You think me calling Hysani sir is interesting role-play? I feel sorry for your women.”


His eyes widened in surprise, and she held her breath. He’d probably get her fired, not that she didn’t have it coming. Sometimes she struggled with her temper. Instead of yelling, he just threw back his head and laughed. “Tell Hysani that Jarah is here.”


Relieved that her careless words hadn’t gotten her in trouble, she headed back up the steps. Hysani was hanging up the phone just as she entered the office. “There’s someone downstairs for you. He said his name is Jarah.”


“Really?” He stood and walked to the door. “Come on up,” he yelled.


“Oh. Um…actually, I didn’t let him in. I wasn’t sure if I should.”


He was quiet for a moment before a wide grin split his face. “This I have to see.”


Confused, Aubrey followed him down. He took one look at the man on the other side and burst out laughing.


“Did I do something wrong?” Aubrey asked anxiously.


“No, not at all. He’s a friend, but you wouldn’t know that, and you should definitely not just let anyone in.”


Relieved, she nodded. “I think I’ll take the rest of my lunch up to the roof. I’ll bring my paperwork too, so I don’t disturb you.”


“No paperwork. Enjoy your lunch,” he said kindly as she grabbed her plate and water and hurried out. The last thing she wanted to do was talk to Jarah again. As much as she was annoyed with him, the way her body reacted to him was a clear sign to stay away.


Rihamel was a beautiful place, and the rooftop offered a fabulous view. The sun was hot, but there were umbrellas over the tables. Aubrey ignored them and settled her plate on the wall. It stopped at her rib cage, and she leaned over and rested her elbows on it as she took in the view.


This country was so different from anyplace she’d ever been before.


After a moment of daydreaming and another bite of burger, she pulled out her phone. While she was working, she’d received a text from Gwen explaining that she wouldn’t be home until morning because she was pulling an all nighter at the university. She’d also missed a phone call and voice mail from her grandmother.


Humming to herself, she put the message on speaker.


“Hello, darling. I hope you’re doing well.”


Aubrey frowned. Her grandmother’s voice was shaky. The woman was still in excellent health. Something was wrong.


“You’re not going to like what I have to say, but I hope in the near future, you’ll understand my decision. I’m selling the vineyard.”


“What!?” But of course, her grandmother couldn’t hear her.


“I know you’re going to believe that I sent you away on purpose, and maybe I did. You’ve always fought for the vineyard, and I’ve always known that you don’t belong here. It was just easier this way. You have a whole world to explore, to find your real passion, and maybe this will finally force you to see that. Lord knows you haven’t listened to me over the years. You have a soul that needs wonder.”


Wonder? Aubrey didn’t need wonder. She needed to go home and make her grandmother realize that this was a huge mistake.


“I love you, my darling. I hope that one day, you’ll see that this is for the best. My mind is made up, so don’t even think of trying to talk me out of it.”


Shocked, Aubrey stared at the phone. This couldn’t be happening. She’d had so many plans, and all of them revolved around the vineyard.


Her world had just turned upside down. What was she supposed to do now?



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