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Perfumes of Arabia

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An English girl
in an Arabian dream...

Normally Jeannie hated men like Tarik- masterful, dynamic, ruthless. But the desert country of Riyam began weaving its timeless magic on her. She was mesmerized by the sheer vitality of the place....and the man.

Ant yet he turned on her. "You'll never fit in." he accused. "Everywhere there will be opposition." Clearly, he diddn't think
Paperback, Harlequin Romance #2814, 186 pages
Published December 1st 1986 by Harlequin Books (first published June 1986)
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