By Susan Mallery
While half-American Princess Sabra (aka Sabrina Johnson) is abducted via Prince Kardal Khan whereas looking for the mythical urban of Thieves, she quickly realizes that his heated contact makes her physique betray her recklessly. She does not are looking to think cared for in her captor's soft embody. After dwelling a lonely lifestyles, rejected via her father--King Hassan--and taken care of dismissively through her mom, all she's ever sought after was once a person to like her. yet falling for the horny Sheik, differently referred to as the Prince of the town of Thieves, used to be easily out of the query! The virile Sheik did not think of kidnapping Sabrina an act of robbery; he was once claiming what used to be rightfully his. Unbeknownst to the fiery attractiveness, she have been betrothed to be his spouse!
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This was generic female vanity—nothing specific about the man in front of her. ” he said quietly, staring into her eyes. ” With food in her belly, she felt a little less vulnerable and scared. She thought about lying, but she’d never been very good at that. Refusing to answer might be an option, except there was something compelling about Kardal’s steady gaze. The easiest course of action was to tell the truth. Or at least part of it. ” She expected a reaction of interest or disbelief. What she didn’t expect was for him to lean his head back and laugh.
Ten minutes later, she cautiously approached the fire. Two men were making breakfast. She ignored the food and gazed longingly at the pot of coffee sitting close to the flames. Food wasn’t a priority for her until later in the day, but coffee was life. She caught Kardal’s attention and motioned to the pot. He nodded without saying anything. She sidled closer to the men and took an unused mug from an open saddlebag, then poured herself a full cup of the steaming liquid. It was hot and strong enough to grow hair.
He felt the tremor in her muscles, the result of her tension. “Relax,” he told her, wrapping an arm around her waist and pulling her against him. “We have a long day’s ride. If you continue to sit so stiffly, you’ll spend much of the time in pain. ” “Remind me to never dismount then,” she muttered, half under her breath, but she did let herself sag against him. Sabrina was more trouble than any other three women Kardal had ever known, but he found he didn’t dislike her as much as he would have thought.