A woman that could start a war The Gypsy Sheikh, betrayer, modern-day marauder—Zafar Nejem has been called many things. And now he is to be called Your Majesty. Returning to the throne of Al Sabah, his first act is to rescue American heiress Analise Christensen from her desert kidnappers. Since Ana is engaged to the ruler of the neighboring kingdom, her discovery must be concealed until Zafar can explain her presence, or else he risks war. But as the sun rises over the sand dunes, so does the forbidden heat that burns between them, threatening everything….
"Kat Martin writes irresistible novels." --RT Book Reviews It takes a certain kind of rough and tumble man to show a Sinclair girl how to ask for everything she wants. . . For Patience Sinclair, leaving the ivy-covered halls of Boston for the wide, open spaces of Texas means a chance to stop looking over her shoulder at every turn. Traveling incognito with the Triple C Rodeo is just what she needs to free her from a past that continues to haunt her. But she can't avoid the undeniable presence of Dallas Kingman. The champion rider has a way of letting her know he's watching her every move that makes her feel wild and reckless. As they make their way through the heart of the southwest, a series of mysterious accidents darkens the promise of the unknown into a vortex of fear and obsession, and Patience finds herself closer to danger than she could have ever imagined. . . "Enthralling. . .guaranteed to give you hours of reading pleasure." --RT Book Reviews on The Silent Rose
This situation is heating up Women are disappearing in Adobe Creek, Arizona, and it's up to Detective Meg Flores to stop it. But when New York detective Tico Butler is called in to take over the case, Meg feels threatened. Will he also take over her job? She's prepared to hate him—but she's not prepared for the intense chemistry between them! From the moment Tico arrives, Meg is struck by his bad-boy good looks and his smooth-talking charm. She may not have wanted him here, but he's proving hard to resist. And when they go undercover together, the desert isn't the only thing getting hotter….
He's the most rugged, most handsome man she has ever met, but Jillian Marsh doesn't trust Lane Pilgrim as far as the next Joshua tree. At his mercy and stranded in the desert outback, she must escape. What happens when she tries is as steamy as the desert itself and as much fun as a pack of burros.
Assistant D.A. Elena Martinez never wanted to fall for police detective Seth King. When they are teamed up on a charity hike in the Grand Canyon, however, their chemistry sizzles under the desert sun. But a vengeful drug lord is determined not to let them survive the canyon with their lives—and love—intact...
There was something very strange going on in the High Desert of Southern California, and it was a thing that no one living had ever before witnessed. At first, Zachary Magary and Ben Eagle were getting only glimpses of a large, darting figure, but as time passed, this peculiar oddity became more and more brazen; and though not recognizable to either of these placer miners, Ben Eagle, the Indian among them, remembered stories from his youth having to do with an ancient, blood sucking creature of Indian mythology. Zachary Magary was handsome, bold and daring, and at age forty showed no signs of slowing down. He was a big man, and his rowdy adventures in local bars, as well as his antics involving the opposite sex, were notorious. He had only one true friend in the world, and that was Ben Eagle, an ageless, Mojave Indian with a warrior heritage. Ben Eagle was a short, stout, powerful man that lived in a luxurious mobile home on his gold claim in the Mojave, high desert of Southern California. He had befriended Zachary when he was but a child, riding his dirt bike all over Ben’s once serine desert. Ben decided it would be better to befriend this pain in the butt, then just silencing him the way that had entered his mind.
Fleeing a stuffy life in New York high society, Jayne Worthington joins forces with the bastard son of a Highlands laird to book passage on a ship bound for the Mediterranean and finds herself falling for the handsome stranger. Original.
A cop lies dying beneath the blistering Arizona sun—a local lawman who may well have become the next sheriff of Cochise County.?The police brass claim that Andy Brady was dirty, and that his shooting was a suicide attempt. Joanna Brady, his devoted wife and mother of their nine-year-old daughter, knows a cover-up when she hears one . . . and murder when she sees it. But her determined efforts to hunt down an assassin and clear her husband's name are placing Joanna and her surviving family in harm's way—because in the desert, the one thing more lethal than a rattler's bite . . . is the truth.