Release day: The Sheikh’s Convenient Princess
Today is the official release of The Sheikh’s Convenient Princess by Liz Fielding (paperback and ebook, Harlequin). Here’s the blurb:
From secretary … to the sheikh’s wife!
Sheikh Ibrahim al-Ansari knows a reconciliation with his estranged father means accepting his father’s choice of bride … unless he gets there first! Luckily he has the perfect princess in mind—his new assistant Ruby Dance.
After her last cheating boyfriend, Ruby is avoiding all commitments, but this promotion could help her family, so she agrees to a temporary marriage. She should be craving her next assistant role, not the devastating beauty of the desert and the man who rules it all…
Liz dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:
It’s confession time: I love writing about sheikhs. The world is at their fingertips, they are lord, master of all they survey, the total alpha male, but they have a vulnerable core; family, honour, home. Sheikh Ibrahim al Ansari, threw all that away in a moment of recklessness. Now he has a chance to reclaim his life, but he’s learned that waiting at home is a young bride. The daughter of his enemy, a brilliant girl with a place waiting at a prestigious university, is being sacrificed in the cause of peace. His only hope is to find a bride of his own to present to his father. Ruby Dance, my heroine is the crème de la crème of temporary personal assistants—no one ever bothers to get to know a temp—and, having discovered that she can trust no one, has become totally detached, her overriding ambition to remain anonymous and repay the debts her father left behind. When she arrives at Qa’lat al Mina’a as a temporary stand-in for Bram’s injured aide, she is immediately offered a job upgrade to temporary princess. It’s a shocking idea but the deal he’s offering will allow her to finally put the past to rest. I do hope you love watching these two wonderful people as they open themselves to one another and find an unexpected future.