Casey Michaels Has Come Prepared For Her New Job In The Desert Complete With A Safari Outfit But, Faced With Her Gorgeous Boss S Potent Sexuality, She Suddenly Feels Out Of Her Depth.Sheikh Rafik Al Rafar Knows An Inexperienced Woman When He Sees One, And In The Sultry Heat Of The Desert He Begins Her Sensual Awakening To His Surprise, Casey Teaches Him About The Simple Pleasures In Life But Royal Duty Is Never Far From Their Door. Casey sets out to win her dream job Raffa is her boss, as well as King of his country As she struggles to prove herself capable of representing the country, Casey wins Raffa over to life, laughter, and love.A really good story. This isn t a bad read I wasn t disappointed by it It did seem quite hot from the start, although I wasn t really sure how realistic that was possibly just physical attraction, then it grew into something further, but I wondered if it was a little OTT and then the sex scene wasn t so explicit as I thought it would be for this book Which isn t a bad thing actually Personally the title of this book, like someone else has said, doesn t actually give this book justice Anyway, I certainly wasn t disappointed with it like the last book I read D I could see the attraction I wasn t just being told it was there Just okay book in my opinion Falling in love over the top Auction and riches over the top Desert life over the top Even the part where humble origins were to be stressed they weren t addressed with any depth The end also felt flat for me There was no story building up although everything was hot including romance I do like fairy tales but this somehow didn t do for me. Sheikh Raffa and Cassey Not a bad story, but some intimate scene s was a little unbelieveable at stages A good read overall. I admit, I would not have picked this book up on my own, primarily because the trite non title is the sort I absolutely despise and which Harlequin MB s marketing people insist readers like because they can tell what the book is about by glancing at the title Umno, we really don t like these titles, and you cannot tell what a book is about simply by looking at the title Harlequin needs to stop assuming their readers are so lazy they can t read the back of a book to find out what it s about and go back to the days books had REAL titles Any way, I received this from a friend and, the other book I am reading being to large and heavy to shove in my bag, I picked this one up to carry with me Despite the wratched title, it was a pretty good book Good characterization Raffa is a H2D4 , and great descriptions of the desert setting.