When faced with the choice between the life she's built and the duty she's left behind–what's a reluctant princess to do?
Sabrina has never known Rhajia, the land of her birth. Living in Australia since she was a child, she's built a life here, claimed a life outside of the politics and history of the conflicted desert region of her birth. But now her life is in danger, and there may be only one solution: a temporary marriage to Khalid, the Crown Price of Turastan.
Temporary, logical, political and in name only, the marriage could save both of their countries–and Sabrina. Emotions can have no place in this plan, especially for the dark, dangerous and seductive Crown Prince.
Khalid has already chosen a woman to become his wife–a woman who understands her duties, his history and the rules for a good consort. He will marry her, just as soon as he's sorted out the Sabrina situation for his father and returned the defiant princess to her home country. He has no intention of falling in line with her ridiculous plan. After all, Sabrina may be beautiful, but she's headstrong and completely out of touch with her history. And absolutely the last woman he would ever want to marry…