Desert Rogues Series Collection Volume 3/The Bride Who Said No/The Virgin Secretary/The Christmas Bride/The Pregnant Bride/The Bought Brid

Desert Rogues Series Collection Volume 3/The Bride Who Said No/The Virgin Secretary/The Christmas Bride/The Pregnant Bride/The Bought Brid

Desert Rogues #0

by Susan Mallery

$9.99

Imprint: Mills & Boon Series Special Releases

Release date: 2019-09-01

Pages: 768 Pages

ISBN: 9781489292933

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The fan-favourite Desert Rogues Series Collection Volume III by No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery!

Desert Rogues: The Bride Who Said No

Including the incredibly handsome crown prince himself. There's no denying that Murat is a man of mystery, power and many talents. But for a husband, Daphne Snowden wants more. Sure, ‘future queen’ sounds lovely, but she wants someone who sees her as more than a woman to bear the next heir to the throne - someone who loves her.

Still, there's not only unfinished business between them, but burning desire. And though time has changed Murat, it hasn't erased her interest in the only man she's ever loved.

Originally published as The Sheik And The Bride Who Said No in 2005.

Desert Rogues: The Virgin Secretary

The wedding of Kiley's dreams is only days away when she discovers that her fiance has been unfaithful. Heartbroken, she turns to the most eligible man she knows: her boss, Prince Rafiq of Lucia-Serrat. Kiley isn't interested in love - only in getting revenge on her cheating ex.

But what she never expected is to fall head over heels for a man who could give her anything she wants, except for his heart...

Originally published as The Sheik And The Virgin Secretary in 2005.

Desert Rogues: The Christmas Bride

Dedicated teacher Kayleen James is determined to safeguard the future of her orphaned students - even if it means defying Prince As'ad of El Deharia himself. But the seductive ruler stuns her by offering to adopt the three little girls. On one condition...

Suddenly, As'ad is a single father in desperate need of a nanny, and Kayleen is the only woman for the job. Soon the palace is in an uproar, and all because of the spirited redhead. Losing his heart isn't part of the arrangement, until Kayleen shows the honour-bound man what he'd been missing. Can he convince her that she belongs in his palace as his princess - and his wife?

Originally published as The Sheik And The Christmas Bride in 2007.

Desert Rogues: The Pregnant Bride

Maggie Collins has come to El Deharia to restore Prince Qadir's antique car...not to get married. The no-frills mechanic has been burned by love before, and marriage - even to such a seductive man - isn't on her agenda. Until Qadir makes her an offer she should refuse.

When Maggie discovers she's pregnant, Qadir is honour-bound to give Maggie and her child the protection of his name. He never expected her to sweep him off his feet. Will there be a royal wedding after all?

Originally published as The Sheik And The Pregnant Bride in 2008.

Desert Rogues: The Bought Bride

When Prince Kateb whisks Victoria McCallan off to be his mistress for six months, the widowed ruler has no intention of falling in love with her. But the outspoken Texas transplant is soon tempting him to change his ways. Duty decrees that the prince wed a proper wife, but Kateb's heart tells him something else: he needs to make Victoria his, now and forever.

Originally published as The Sheik and the Bought Bride in 2009.

About the author

Susan Mallery

Susan Mallery

With more than 30 million books sold worldwide, #1 New York Times bestselling author Susan Mallery is known for creating characters who feel as familiar as the folks next door. Her books have made Booklist's Top 10 Romances list in four out of five consecutive years. With her popular Mischief Bay and Fool's Gold series, Susan has reached new heights on the bestseller lists and has won the hearts of countless new fans. Booklist says, "Novels don't get much better than Mallery's expert blend of emotional nuance, humour and superb storytelling." Susan lives outside of Seattle, Washington.
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