Quick List:

Abducted by the Enemy! | Amnesia | Angry Sheikhs | Babies and Child Rescue | Historical Tales | Kidnapped by a Handsome Sheikh | Marriages of Convenience | Meddling Family Members | Quickie Weddings | Reunions With Former Lovers | Royal Unions | Sheikhs Fearing Commitment


Abducted by the Enemy!

Barbara Faith. Desert Man. New York: Silhouette, 1994.
Prince Kumar Ben Ari manipulates Josie McCall into coming to his desert kingdom to fulfill a professional assignment with her employer, the International Health Organization.

Barbara Faith. Flower of the Desert. New York: Silhouette, 1988.
Jasmine Hasir accompanies her family on a trip into the desert and is abducted by an evil tribesman. It is up to her lover, Raj Ben Hajad, to find the camp in which she's being held and rescue her!

Barbara Faith. Lord of the Desert. New York: Silhouette, 1990.
Public relations executive Genevieve Jordan travels to Kashkiri to plan an international conference and falls in love with brooding Lord Ali Ben Hari.

Isabel K. French. Beauty and the Sheikh. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse, 2005.
Powerful Sheikh Asad al Sayyid must seduce innocent American beauty, Kristen Jameson, into marriage.

Johanna Lindsey. Captive Bride. New York: Avon Books, 1977.
Christina Wakefield is kidnapped by the dangerously handsome Sheik Abu and brought to a remote desert camp, where eventually she willingly explores her virile captor's most sensuous cravings.

Connie Mason. Desert Ecstasy. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1988.
Christa Horton, a beautiful English lady, becomes a helpless prisoner in an exotic Middle Eastern desert land.

Nan Ryan. Burning Love. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.
Temple DuPlessis Longworth seeks adventure when she travels to the Arabian Desert and ends up captured and imprisoned in a lush oasis belonging to Sheik Sharif Aziz Hamid.

Alexandra Sellers. Beloved Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Just as Sheikh Rafi is about to steal a sizzling kiss from Zara Blake, she is abducted by his archenemy.

Bonnie Vanak. The Falcon & the Dove. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co. Inc., 2002.
Archaelogist Elizabeth Summers is swept away by desert raiders and into the arms of a powerful sheikh.

Brittany Young. The Sheik's Mistress. New York: Silhouette, 1998.
Jensen O'Hara arrives in Sumaru to save her brother's life, and ends up joining forces with Sheik Michael Hassan to find him.

Amnesia

Doreen Roberts. The Mercenary and the Marriage Vow. New York: Silhouette, 1998.
Nathan Thorne accepts a job from Sabhad, a Saudi Arabian oil sheikh, to find and bring back his wife.

Alexandra Sellers. Sheikh's Woman. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
Anna awakens in a hospital, confused, to discover that she is mother to a newborn, and wife to a steely-eyed stranger, Ishaq Ahmadi.

Loreth Anne White. The Sheik Who Loved Me. New York: Silhouette, 2005.
A mysterious beauty washes ashore on Sheik David Rashid's private island, and her presence there ultimately puts David and his young daughter in grave danger.

Angry Sheikhs

Emma Darcy. The Sheikh's Revenge. New York: Harlequin, 1993.
Sharif al Kader is angered when his bride-to-be runs off to marry an English pilot. With revenge on his mind, he decides to even the score by abducting the pilot's beautiful sister, Leah.

Lynne Graham. An Arabian Courtship. New York: Harlequin, 1989.
Polly's parents accept a sizable sum of money in exchange for a marriage between her and the austere Prince Raschid ibn Saud al Azarin.

Lynne Graham. An Arabian Marriage. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Crown Prince Jaspar al-Husayn abruptly enters Fredrica Sutton's life to claim custody of his nephew, Ben.

Penny Jordan. Falcon's Prey. New York: Harlequin, 1981.
Felicia Gordon travels to Kuwait in an effort to gain the approval of her future husband's family, particularly his infuriatingly handsome uncle, Sheikh Raschid, who seems bent on putting a halt to the marriage.

Jane Porter. The Sheikh's Wife. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Sheikh Kahlil al-Assad hasn't forgiven Bryn for abandoning her wedding vows, and is furious when he discovers they share a son.

Alexandra Sellers. Sheikh's Temptation. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
After Lana Holding spends one night with Sheikh Arash Khosravi, they are separated by circumstance, and she despairs of ever seeing him again. But when they finally meet again, their reunion is bittersweet, for pride and pain had made Arash ruthless and cold.

Nalini Singh. Desert Warrior. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Jasmine Coleridge enters the kingdom of Zulheina and is swiftly lured to the palace of her former love, Sheik Tariq.

Sue Swift. In the Sheikh's Arms. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Cami Ellison agrees to go out on a date with her mysterious Arab neighbor, unaware that he is a man bent on revenge.

Babies and Child Rescue

Jacqueline Diamond. Captured by a Sheikh. New York: Harlequin, 2000.
Moments before Holly Rivers' wedding, Sheikh Sharif Al-Khalil makes a move to kidnap her nephew, who he claims is his infant son.

Jacqueline Diamond. How to Marry a Real Live Sheikh. New York: Harlequin, 1998.
Soon after Cathy Maxwell adopts an abandoned baby, handsome Sheikh Kedar Bahram, sweeps into her life to claim the little girl.

Lynne Graham. An Arabian Marriage. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Crown Prince Jaspar al-Husayn abruptly enters Fredrica Sutton's life to claim custody of his nephew, Ben.

Penny Jordan. One Night With the Sheikh. New York: Harlequin, 2003.
Mariella Sutton travels to exotic Zuran, in order to confront the man who fathered her sister's child.

Kasey Michaels. The Sheikh's Secret Son. New York: Silhouette, 1999.
Six years after Ben Ramsey leaves Eden Fortune's life, he suddenly reappears and discovers that he fathered her son, Sawyer.

Jane Porter. The Sheikh's Wife. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Sheikh Kahlil al-Assad hasn't forgiven Bryn for abandoning her wedding vows, and is furious when he discovers they share a son.

Susan Stephens. The Sheikh's Captive Bride. New York: Harlequin, 2005.
After a passionate encounter, Lucy Benson becomes pregnant with the son of Sheikh Kahlil and must wed the handsome sheikh so that the child can inherit the kingdom of Abadan.

Jane Toombs. Baby of Mine. New York: Silhouette, 1998.
Linnea Swanson enlists the help of sexy Special Agent Talal Zohir to find her daughter, stolen by her ex-husband.

Lynne Wilding. The Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 1991.
Lindsay Pentecost enters another world when she accepts a position as the tutor for Karim El Hareembi's children living in the Shalima Palace in the land of Cassar.

Historical Tales

Diane Dunaway. Desert Hostage. New York: Dell Publishing Co., Inc., 1982.
Juliette Clayton Thorpe becomes the captive of the ruthless Sheik of El Abadan, a man who is determined to tame and possess the beautiful blonde Englishwoman.

Julia Fitzgerald. Royal Slave. New York: Bart Books, 1978.
Cassia Morbilly is abducted from the coast of Cornwall then sold in the slave markets of North Africa, later to become a Sultan's plaything.

Anne Herries. Captive of the Harem. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Eleanor Nash is taken prisoner on the high seas and is sold to Suleiman Bakhar, a sensual man who refuses to grant her freedom.

Iris Johansen. The Golden Barbarian. New York: Bantam Books, 1992.
Galen Ben Raschid takes fearless princess Tess as his wife as an offer of freedom in exchange for a marriage that joins two kingdoms.

Johanna Lindsey. Captive Bride. New York: Avon Books, 1977.
Christina Wakefield is kidnapped by the dangerously handsome Sheik Abu and brought to a remote desert camp, where eventually she willingly explores her virile captor's most sensuous cravings.

Johanna Lindsey. Silver Angel. New York: Avon Books, 1988.
Chantelle Burke is abducted, sold into slavery, and brought to the palace of a mighty Pasha, who soon wishes to surrender his heart and soul to the lovely Englishwoman.

Doreen Owens Malek. The Panther and the Pearl. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1994.
When Sarah Woolcott enters a Sultan's harem to tutor his daughter, she is noticed by the very virile and handsome Pasha Kalid Shah and is swiftly abducted and taken away to his palace.

Doreen Owens Malek. Panther's Prey. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1996.
Amy Ryder is abducted by rebel Malik Bey and she soon falls in love with the man who had once planned to sell her, but cannot bring himself to part with her.

Connie Mason. Desert Ecstasy. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1988.
Christa Horton, a beautiful English lady, becomes a helpless prisoner in an exotic Middle Eastern desert land.

Connie Mason. The Pirate Prince. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 2004.
Lady Willow is on a ship, destined for a sultan's harem, when the ship is hijacked by a virile pirate who finds it impossible to resist her womanly charms.

Connie Mason. Sheik. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1997.
During a bloody raid, Princess Zara is taken prisoner by Sheik Jamal abd Thabit, and she is determined not to succumb to his carnal desires.

Christina Nicholson. The Savage Sands. New York: Fawcett Crest, 1978.
Catherine Scott is abducted by a titled adventurer and is then sold to the Dey of Algiers for his carnal amusement.

Joanne Redd. Desert Bride. New York: Dell Publishing, 1989.
Lorna Winters is rescued from a pasha's harem by Captain Nathan Sloan and, during their trek through the desert, must marry him to avoid being sold to a repugnant tribesman.

Nan Ryan. Burning Love. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.
Temple DuPlessis Longworth seeks adventure when she travels to the Arabian Desert and ends up captured and imprisoned in a lush oasis belonging to Sheik Sharif Aziz Hamid.

Bertrice Small. The Kadin. New York: Avon Books, 1978.
Beautiful and refined Lady Janet Leslie is abducted from a life of privilege and sold into slavery in a distant land.

Bonnie Vanak. The Cobra & the Concubine. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co. Inc., 2005.
Badra flees a cruel sheikh and finds refuge with the Khamsin warriors and is soon put under the protection of Khepri, also known as the Cobra.

Bonnie Vanak. The Falcon & the Dove. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co. Inc., 2002.
Archaelogist Elizabeth Summers is swept away by desert raiders and into the arms of a powerful sheikh.

Bonnie Vanak. The Tiger & the Tomb. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co. Inc., 2003.
The map to the treasure-filled tomb that could ransom Lady Katherine's father is in the possession of a powerful desert warrior.

Kidnapped by a Handsome Sheikh

Barbara Faith. Bedouin Bride. New York: Silhouette, 1984.
Katherine Bishop is confronted with Rashid Ben Hasir, the man who broke up her engagement with his brother, and finds herself drawn to him when he kidnaps her and carries her into the Moroccan desert.

Emma Darcy. The Sheikh's Revenge. New York: Harlequin, 1993.
Sharif al Kader is angered when his bride-to-be runs off to marry an English pilot. With revenge on his mind, he decides to even the score by abducting the pilot's beautiful sister, Leah.

Liz Fielding. His Desert Rose. New York: Harlequin, 2000.
In his determination to save his desert land of Ras al Hajar, Prince Hassan al Rashid decides to attract the world's attention by kidnapping the beautiful fiery-haired English journalist, Rose Fenton.

Lucy Gordon. The Sheikh's Reward. New York: Harlequin, 2000.
From first sight, Sheikh Ali Ben Saleem has been entranced with beautiful freelance journalist Frances Callam.

Charlotte Lamb. Desert Barbarian. New York: Harlequin, 1978.
While on vacation in Arabia, Marie Brinton voices a desire to get away from civilization, and then is promptly abducted by a dark stranger and whisked into the desert.

Johanna Lindsey. Captive Bride. New York: Avon Books, 1977.
Christina Wakefield is kidnapped by the dangerously handsome Sheik Abu and brought to a remote desert camp, where eventually she willingly explores her virile captor's most sensuous cravings.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik and the Runaway Princess. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
When half-American Princess Sabra (aka Sabrina Johnson) is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, she soon realizes that she is strongly attracted to her handsome captor.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
Swept away by the passionate Prince Khalil Khan, Dora Nelson revels in her new fairy-tale life as Princess of El Bahar, but soon discovers it is a sham.

Sandra Marton. Hostage of the Hawk. New York: Harlequin, 1994.
Joanna Bennett takes her father's place in a meeting with Prince Khalil, who swiftly abducts her and keeps her captive in his remote land of Jandara.

Connie Mason. Sheik. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co., Inc., 1997.
During a bloody raid, Princess Zara is taken prisoner by Sheik Jamal abd Thabit, and she is determined not to succumb to his carnal desires.

Elizabeth Mayne. The Sheik and the Vixen. New York: Silhouette, 1996.
When Haley Bennett delivers a new jet to a new owner in Kuwait, war breaks out and she finds herself a prisoner in a lavish palace.

Margaret Pargeter. The Jewelled Caftan. New York: Harlequin, 1978.
When beauty Rosalind Lindsay and her companions are captured in Morocco by an unscrupulous band of desert barbarians, it is Sidi Armel ben Yussef who comes to her rescue from certain death.

Michelle Reid. The Sheikh's Chosen Wife. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
One year after Leona leaves her husband, Sheikh Hassan ben Khalifa Al-Qadim, he suddenly re-enters her life.

Nan Ryan. Burning Love. New York: HarperCollins, 1996.
Temple DuPlessis Longworth seeks adventure when she travels to the Arabian Desert and ends up captured and imprisoned in a lush oasis belonging to Sheik Sharif Aziz Hamid.

Alexandra Sellers. Sheikh's Ransom. New York: Silhouette, 1999.
When the priceless heirloom jewel of Barakat is stolen, darkly aristocratic Prince Karim--ruler of the country--vows to recover it by kidnapping socialite Caroline Langley.

Violet Winspear. Blue Jasmine. New York: Harlequin, 1969.
After riding alone in the desert, Lorna Morel is rescued from a bearded brute by Kasim ben Hussayn, who proceeds to bring her to his encampment to keep her as his captive.

Sara Wood. Desert Hostage. New York: Harlequin, 1990.
Tiffany's world is turned upside down when Sheikh Hassan, the brother of her late husband, declares her an unfit mother and demands custody of her young son.

Marriages of Convenience

Sharon DeVita. I Married A Sheik. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
When a brooding sheikh is pressured to present his betrothed to the people, he announces to his parents that his new consultant, unsuspecting Faith Martin, is his wife-to-be.

Kristi Gold. Expecting the Sheikh's Baby. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Karen Rawlins marries a gorgeous sheikh to make a baby and stay together, but only long enough to give their child a name.

Carol Grace. Married to the Sheik. New York: Silhouette, 1999.
Sheik Ben Ali's assistant, Emily Claybourne, is silently thrilled when he proposes a marriage of convenience to satisfy his father's wishes that he take a wife.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik's Secret Bride. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
Liana Archer is astonished when Malik Khan, Crown Prince of exotic El Bahar, hijacks her and her young daughter off an airliner and into his lavish desert palace.

Sandra Marton. The Sheikh's Convenient Bride. New York: Harlequin, 2004.
To keep a lucrative account for her finance firm, Megan O'Connell travels to Suliyam with Sheikh Qasim, who tells her she must marry him in order to protect her from tribal leaders.

Barbara McMahon. The Sheikh's Proposal. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
To avoid an international incident, Sara Kinsale agrees to temporarily marry a sheikh.

Barbara McMahon. The Sheik's Solution. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
Pregnant Molly Larkin thinks that Sheik Kaliq bin Shalik will graciously accept her resignation, but instead he shocks her by proposing a marriage of convenience.

Kate Walker. At the Sheikh's Command. New York: Harlequin, 2006.
When Abbie Cavanaugh's brother lands himself in jail, Abbie soon discovers that the only way to obtain his release is by marrying the Sheikh of Barakhara.

Laura Wright. A Bed of Sand. New York: Silhouette, 2004.
When Rita Thompson plans a pretend wedding, the "groom", Sheikh Sakir Al-Nayhalm, shows up and proposes that they pose as husband and wife during a three week trip to his homeland.

Meddling Family Members

Susan Mallery. The Sheik & the Princess in Waiting. New York: Silhouette, 2004.
Emma Kennedy travels to Bahania at the behest of the king, and learns she is actually married to a prince: her college sweetheart, Reyhan! Her sour-faced parents show up at the palace to ruin the mood.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik & the Virgin Princess. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Prim professor Zara Paxton ventures to the distant land of Bahania to find the father she's never known. When she falls for the palace's security liaison, the king is none too pleased by the relationship between the two.

Debbi Rawlins. By the Sheikh's Command. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Prince Rafe Braham promises to watch over his brother-in-law's sister during his honeymoon, and ends up falling in love with the blonde beauty. Cord is outraged when he discovers the intimacy the prince ends up sharing with his sister.

Quickie Weddings

Carla Cassidy. Promised to a Sheik. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Sheik Omar Al Abdar travels to the United States to propose to a woman he's been writing, and ends up marrying her twin sister, who has deceived him.

Kristi Gold. Expecting the Sheikh's Baby. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Karen Rawlins marries a gorgeous sheikh to make a baby and stay together, but only long enough to give their child a name.

Lynne Graham. An Arabian Marriage. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Crown Prince Jaspar al-Husayn abruptly enters Fredrica Sutton's life to claim custody of his nephew, Ben.

Lynne Graham. The Desert Bride. New York: Harlequin, 1996.
When Bethany Morgan travels to Datar to conduct important research, she learns that an old acquaintance, Prince Razul, has lured her there with the intention of forcing her to marry him!

Penny Jordan. Possessed by the Sheikh. New York: Harlequin, 2005.
Stranded in the desert, Katrina is abducted by a handsome desert sheikh and is taken to his desert camp, where she must wed him for the sake of her own protection.

Penny Jordan. The Sheikh's Virgin Bride. New York: Harlequin, 2003.
Petra hatches a scheme to avoid an arranged marriage to Sheikh Rashid.

Mary Lyons. Desire in the Desert. New York: Harlequin, 1984.
Sara Morrison is startled when the run-down hotel owned by her father is sold to Prince Jabir of Assir, and that the deal also includes her hand in marriage.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik's Kidnapped Bride. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
Swept away by the passionate Prince Khalil Khan, Dora Nelson revels in her new fairy-tale life as Princess of El Bahar, but soon discovers it is a sham.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik's Secret Bride. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
Liana Archer is astonished when Malik Khan, Crown Prince of exotic El Bahar, hijacks her and her young daughter off an airliner and into his lavish desert palace.

Sarah Morgan. In the Sheikh's Marriage Bed. New York: Harlequin, 2004.
When Emily Kingston travels to Kazban to convince Crown Prince Zakour-Al-Farisi to grant her brother more time to repay a debt, the sheikh turns the tables on her and announces that she will pay his debt by marrying him.

Jane Porter. The Sheikh's Virgin. New York: Harlequin, 2005.
Sheikh Kalen Nuri intervenes when Keira al-Issidri is ordered by her father to marry a much older man in an arranged marriage.

Debbi Rawlins. By the Sheikh's Command. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Prince Rafe Braham promises to watch over his brother-in-law's sister during his honeymoon, and ends up falling in love with the blonde beauty.

Nalini Singh. Desert Warrior. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Jasmine Coleridge enters the kingdom of Zulheina and is swiftly lured to the palace of her former love, Sheik Tariq.

Sue Swift. In the Sheikh's Arms. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Cami Ellison agrees to go out on a date with her mysterious Arab neighbor, unaware that he is a man bent on revenge.

Bonnie Vanak. The Falcon & the Dove. New York: Dorchester Publishing Co. Inc., 2002.
Archaelogist Elizabeth Summers is swept away by desert raiders and into the arms of a powerful sheikh.

Reunions With Former Lovers

Kristi Gold. The Sheikh's Bidding. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Andi is reunited with a past lover and father of her son, and is stunned to discover that he is a desert prince.

Lynne Graham. The Arabian Mistress. New York: Harlequin, 2001.
When Faye's brother becomes imprisoned in Jumar, she must reunite with former husband Prince Tariq Shadad ibn Zachir to negotiate his release.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik & the Bride Who Said No. New York: Silhouette, 2005.
Daphne Snowden returns to Bahania after ten years to prevent her young niece from marrying Crown Prince Murat, but finds herself engaged to him a second time!

Susan Mallery. The Sheik & the Princess in Waiting. New York: Silhouette, 2004.
Emma Kennedy travels to Bahania at the behest of the king, and learns she is actually married to a prince: her college sweetheart, Reyhan!

Kasey Michaels. The Sheikh's Secret Son. New York: Silhouette, 1999.
Six years after Ben Ramsey leaves Eden Fortune's life, he suddenly reappears and discovers that he fathered her son, Sawyer.

Jane Porter. The Sheikh's Wife. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Sheikh Kahlil al-Assad hasn't forgiven Bryn for abandoning her wedding vows, and is furious when he discovers they share a son.

Michelle Reid. The Arabian Love-Child. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
Beautiful Melanie Portreath seeks to introduce her eight year-old son to Rafiq Al-Qadim, the father he has never known.

Michelle Reid. The Sheikh's Chosen Wife. New York: Harlequin, 2002.
One year after Leona leaves her husband, Sheikh Hassan ben Khalifa Al-Qadim, he suddenly re-enters her life.

Alexandra Sellers. Bride of the Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 1997.
One moment Alinor Brooke is walking down the aisle, the next she is being swept into the arms of a handsome sheikh, her former husband.

Alexandra Sellers. The Playboy Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
To exact revenge, Jafar al Hamzeh offers only heartless passion to the sweet betrayer who has returned to his life.

Alexandra Sellers. Sheikh's Temptation. New York: Silhouette, 2000.
After Lana Holding spends one night with Sheikh Arash Khosravi, they are separated by circumstance, and she despairs of ever seeing him again. But when they finally meet again, their reunion is bittersweet, for pride and pain had made Arash ruthless and cold.

Nalini Singh. Desert Warrior. New York: Silhouette, 2003.
Jasmine Coleridge enters the kingdom of Zulheina and is swiftly lured to the palace of her former love, Sheik Tariq.

Royal Unions

Caroline Cross. The Sheikh Takes a Bride. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Sheikh Kaj al bin Russard needs all of his considerable talents and charm to lure Princess Catherine to the altar.

Susan Mallery. The Sheik and the Runaway Princess. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
When half-American Princess Sabra (aka Sabrina Johnson) is kidnapped by Prince Kardal Khan while searching for the legendary City of Thieves, she soon realizes that she is strongly attracted to her handsome captor.

Jane Porter. The Sultan's Bought Bride. New York: Harlequin, 2004.
Princess Nicolette Ducasse travels to Baraka and poses as her sister in an attempt to stop an arranged marriage between her and sexy Sultan Malik Roman Nuri.

Alexandra Sellers. Born Royal. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
Dashing Sheik Rashid Kamal is determined to win Princess Julia Sebastiani's hand in marriage.

Sheikhs Fearing Commitment

Barbara Faith. Lord of the Desert. New York: Silhouette, 1990.
Public relations executive Genevieve Jordan travels to Kashkiri to plan an international conference and falls in love with brooding Lord Ali Ben Hari.

Carol Grace. Fit for a Sheik. New York: Silhouette, 2001.
When Sheik Tarik Oman storms into wedding consultant Carolyn Evans' office to plan the wedding of his reluctant sister, he finds a virginal beauty exquisite enough to be a bride herself.

Brenda Jackson. Delaney's Desert Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Delaney Westmoreland reluctantly agrees to share a cabin with a sexy sheikh bent on seduction.

Alexandra Sellers. "Sheikh of Ice." Sheiks of Summer. New York: Silhouette, 2002.
Travel agent Kate Drummond arrives in Barakat to work out an itinerary for an adventure holiday for her clients. Upon her arrival, she meets brooding Hadi al Hajar, who functions as her tour guide.

Alexandra Sellers. The Solitary Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 1999.
Prince Omar's heart is barren until he meets beguiling Jana Stewart, his daughters' tutor.

Lynne Wilding. The Sheikh. New York: Silhouette, 1991.
Lindsay Pentecost enters another world when she accepts a position as the tutor for Karim El Hareembi's children living in the Shalima Palace in the land of Cassar.