Marguerite Kaye's red-hot romantic tales transport readers to a time where love and passion reign supreme. Lady Celia Cleveden is the picture of pragmatism and sensible behavior, having no interest in uncouth louts or brutish rakes. That is, until the wild prince Ramiz of A'Qadiz rescues her amidst the shifting desert sands. Ramiz offers Celia a place in his harem-a proposal the cultured lady would normally refuse. But with their torrid nights burning hotter than the desert's midday sun, Celia feels compelled to at least consider the sheikh's enticing offer.