Dangerous Enticement (Montana Men #4)

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It was time to take a wife. Sheik Droon Al-Hassair had escaped assassination attempts, regained his country and recovered the economy. His country was thriving now. It was time to take the next step and ensure his country’s prosperity by creating an heir.

His lovely assistant Lina was just the woman for the job. But every time he got her to open up, she would cringe away. She was such a passionate woman when he took her into his arms at night, but during the daylight, she acted as if she’d done something wrong.

Not to mention, one issue after another kept him from discussing his intentions with the lovely Lina, frustrating him and he could see the confusion in her own beautiful eyes.

It was time to take control. And the best place to do that was his home in Montana. Lina didn’t understand, but she would!

Book Info

  • Original Title:Dangerous Enticement (Montana Men #4)
  • Author:
  • Rating:8.62 / 10
  • Genre:Billionaires
  • Language:English
  • ISBN:-
  • ASIN:B01N5HQW0N
  • Publisher:Published March 13th 2017 by Elizabeth Lennox Books, LLC

Content

Chapter 1

 


“Please let him be alone,” Lena whispered, leaning her forehead against the heavy door. “Please, please let him be alone!”

She whispered the chant into the air, her eyes closed and hands clenching tightly around the leather notebook she carried with her at all times. The subtle energy in the air reminded her that she wasn’t alone. Too late, she remembered the bodyguards that always stood sentry right outside this very door. Since she was also outside the door, the guards were most likely entertained witnesses to her desperate pleas. Lena’s eyes popped open and she found herself staring into the assuredly amused eyes of not one, not two, but three big, tall, burly bodyguards. Quickly, she jerked away from the door, glaring at the men, silently telling them that they’d better not laugh.

Darn it! They were always so silent! It was hard to remember their presence sometimes....

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Reviews

Trevene · 10-12-2018

This book was really a great read lots of fun and laugher love it.