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by Sandra Marton

Genre: Series, Harlequin Presents, Current Series Imprints

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Megan O'Connell has spent months preparing a report that would not only land the King of Suliyam as a client but also promote her to partner at her firm. When Sheikh Qasim arrives, Megan is stunned to learn she will not be awarded the prime contract and that the Sheikh believes a man has prepared her work! Qasim doesn't know if he's more startled that a woman is claiming ownership of this report or that this sexy lady is treating him like a man and not a king. With The Sheikh's Convenient Bride (4.5), Sandra Marton delivers an elegant, yet simple love story. Qasim is dynamic and dominant, yet tender. Megan is determined and brilliant, yet traditional. Together, they are unstoppable as they navigate a powerful love through a land mine of customs, tradition and families.

Reviewed By: Shannon Short

Publisher: Harlequin

Published: August 2004

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