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Girl in the Bedouin Tent by Annie West
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Mar 22, 12

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Read in March, 2012

While traveling through the desert, Cassie is abducted by bandits, chained and beaten, and given as a sex slave to a sheikh. Amir, the sheikh, doesn't want this "gift" and instead wants to punish the men who hurt her. However, he's working on delicate political negotiations with his host and he must keep Cassie with him during his visit.

Amir promises Cassie that he won't bed her and she's safe with him. He knows she'd been through a traumatic experience and keeps his attraction under control. But the more he gets to know Cassie, the more his willpower is tested. Amir is a man of honor, but this time he doesn't think he can keep his word.

Cassie is a fighter. She's brave and strong. She's also defiant and unable to rely on anyone. As much as she is touched by Amir's protection and help, it's as foreign to her as the dangerous world she's trapped in. She can't put her faith in a man, especially when she's in a weak position and the man holds all the power.

Girl in a Bedouin Tent is a dramatic and sensuous love story about a sheikh who can't marry the woman who'd been given to him as a sex slave and a woman who refuses to be kept by any man.
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Alexis-Morgan Roark Thanks, Susanna. Another one to add to by TBR pile!! :-) Is this part of the HP subscription or a stand alone? Thanks!

Susanna Carr It's a Harlequin Presents Extra in North America. As far as I know, it's not part of a mini-series. I read the Kindle edition and I don't know if it's still in bookstores.

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