|Secret-Agent Sheik (2002) [Novel]|
by Linda Winstead Jones
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Series: Romancing the Crown
(From the publisher):
From the publisher:
RENEGADE SHEIK TURNS TO SEEK MISSING PRINCE
The future of his people rested on secondborn son Sheik Hassan Kamal's mission: infiltrate Rahman Oil and confirm that the company was a front for the terrorist group suspected of kidnapping the crown prince of Montebello. But his contacts had left out one important fact. The company CEO was a woman - the stunningly beautiful, seemingly innocent Elena Rahman. Courting Elena was the safest way to learn corporate secrets. But as passion between them raged, instant and hot, Hassan fought a losing battle against falling for the daughter of his country's deadly enemy...
Sheik Hassan Kamal: The Tamiri prince will do his part to mend the rift between Tamir and Montebello and bring peace to his people. But he never expected duty to be so pleasurable... or so dangerous to his heart.
Elena "E.J." Rahman: The spirited CEO has fought hard to attain her position in a man's world. Now she must resist the one man who makes her feel all woman.
Yusef Rahman: Will Elena's father put his hatred for Tamir aside and take a chance on an alliance that might end years of strife?
Kitty: Elena's assistant is not about to let her boss - and friend - pass up a chance for true love.
El-Malak: The terrorist known only as the Ghost is one of the Brother of Darkness's most dangerous - and most elusive - members.
Original title: Secret-Agent Sheik
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary