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Sheikh Rafiq Al'Ramiz left his homeland behind--betrayed by the woman he loved. He's hardened his heart and made his fortune--and now he must return: his country needs him. But he is more powerful than ever, and vengeance is high on his agenda!Seeing Sera again, he finds the image he's held of a heartless temptress at odds with her drab robes and downcast eyes--but he will take what he's owed! What will this ruthless sheikh do when he discovers Sera's very real innocence?

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									Forbidden: The Sheikh's Virgin
Dark-Hearted Desert Men

Author: Trish Morey
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Sheikh Rafiq Al'Ramiz left his homeland behind—betrayed by the woman he loved. He's hardened his
heart and made his fortune—and now he must return: his country needs him. But he is more powerful
than ever, and vengeance is high on his agenda!Seeing Sera again, he finds the image he's held of a
heartless temptress at odds with her drab robes and downcast eyes—but he will take what he's owed!
What will this ruthless sheikh do when he discovers Sera's very real innocence?
Author Bio
Trish Morey
Trish Morey wrote her first book at age 11 for a children's book-week competition. Entitled Island
Dreamer, it tells the story of an orphaned girl and her life on Hindmarsh Island—a small island at the
mouth of the Murray River—and was totally self-published. She wrote, illustrated and stitched the pages
together herself (her earliest and least successful experience with body piercing!). Island Dreamer was
also to be her first rejection—her entry was disqualified unread because she'd transposed the copyright
and title pages. This rejection had a devastating effect on the young writer's psyche. Shattered and
broken, she turned to a life where she could combine her love of fiction with her need for creativity. You
guessed it—Trish became a chartered accountant.Prepared to set the financial world alight, Trish moved
from her native Adelaide to Canberra, where she promptly fell in love with a handsome guy who cut
computer code. Marriage followed a few years later, along with a stint in Wellington, New Zealand, where
Trish worked for the NZ Treasury. There she penned her second book—A Guide to Departmental
Budgeting. It didn't have a huge print run and the royalties were nonexistent, but she'd learned
something—the pages were at least stapled. Unfortunately, she never got to complete the surefire sequel
and New York Times bestseller, Asset Management, as her hormones intervened with a healthy dose of
motherhood.Two years later and back home in Canberra after the birth of their second daughter, Trish
spied an article announcing that Mills & Boon was actively seeking new authors. It was one of those
"Eureka!" moments. Her whole life clicked into place and immediately she embarked on a professional
writing course. She sent off a couple of partials, earned a couple of rejections, had a couple more
daughters and even had a couple of feature articles published in the newspapers. Just so she wouldn't get
bored, the family moved countries a couple more times. Their third daughte

								
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