Release day: Taken by the Sheikh
Today is the official release of Taken by the Sheikh by Mel Teshco, Christina Phillips and Cathleen Ross (ebooks, self-published). Here’s the blurb:
Bound by duty to honor their father’s dying wish, three royal brothers must marry their destined brides… by whatever means necessary…
Book 1: Hostage to the Sheikh ~ Mel Teshco
Sheikh Shahzad Salah al Din doesn’t have time for hearts and flowers, not when his parents’ bodies are barely even cold in their graves and his country, Omana, is on the brink of revolt. He has to secure peace by honoring a long ago arrangement to make English rose, Lexi Galvin, his wife. The trouble is strong-willed Lexi isn’t aware of her royal Arab lineage let alone her destiny. There is only one way Shahzad can guarantee she will be his queen … and he isn’t above using force to get it.
Book 2: The Sheikh’s Mistaken Bride ~ Christina Phillips
In order to secure a powerful alliance for his country, Khalid has no choice but to marry a neighboring princess. It’s not what he wants, but duty must come before pleasure. Yet when he meets the beautiful Sanura he changes his mind… only to discover the virgin in his bed is not his destined bride.
Book 3: Sold to the Sheikh ~ Cathleen Ross
He’d paid a fortune for his bride and he was determined to collect, whether she liked it or not. Rafi Salah al Din doesn’t trust easily. In charge of security for his country Omana, he devotes his life to duty. With his parents murdered it is his duty to stabilize his country by finding his parents’ assassin, marry and produce a son to ensure the Salah al Din line lives on. So why does the wife he bought disagree?
Mel, Christina and Cathleen dropped by today to tell us a little about this book
Taken by the Sheikh is a linked three-book box set about three royal brothers. As Cathleen Ross was the one who first came up with the idea of us working together, Mel and I grilled her on what was behind her brainwave 🙂
Cathleen: I’ve enjoyed Mel and Christina’s writing for quite some time now and I thought about who I would like to work with in this business. As you know I like trying different things and seeing the success others had had with boxed sets, I thought I’d give it a go. I also think as we go along we’ll get more experienced and streamlined. The writing is only part of the package, doing the business set up takes a lot of time.