Alexandra Sellers - Bibliography: Fiction - Sons of The Desert Series

Sons of The Desert Series

  1. Bride of the Sheikh (1997)
  2. Sheikh's Ransom (1999)
  3. The Solitary Sheikh (1999)
  4. Beloved Sheikh (1999)
  5. Sheikh's Temptation (2000)
  6. Sheikh's Honour (2000)
  7. Sheikh's Woman (2001)
  8. Sheikh's Castaway (2004)
  9. The Ice Maiden's Sheikh (2004)
  10. The Fierce and Tender Sheikh (2005)
  11. Sheikh's Betrayal (2009)
  • Sheikh's Castaway / The Ice Maiden's Sheikh (Omnibus) (2005)

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