Since her first venture into novel writing in 1992, Kristi Gold has greatly enjoyed weaving stories of love and commitment. She's an avid fan of baseball, beaches and bridal reality shows. When asked what she would be if she wasn't an author, Kristi always answers "miserable."
When a woman reaches a certain age with no man in sight, and she really wants to have kids, well, there seems to be little option but to go to a fertility clinic. Karen decides to make such a decision and to her utter embarassment, she is caught by the stunningly hansome Sheikh. He then strikes a bargain with her to get married. Seems simple right? He wants her. She wants a baby, and he's more than happy to offer her his, er hum, contribution to the conception and let her baby to be born within wedlock. He's also willing to let her have a divorce after the baby is born. But little does she know that he has a long term plan in sight and hopes to convince her to see him than more than a donor...
It's nice to read a story where the guy is more interested in the girl, then she is in him. A rather pleasant story all in all. I was, ironically, more drawn in by the sub plot involving Karen's cousin, though I suppose that is purposefully done so that you would read the subsequent book in this series.
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