Rajak Jehan was the true rightful heir to the Peacock Throne but while away his brother had not only usurped his place but killed their father to secure his position. Now a fugitive along with his group of loyal servants and guards, he must find a way to start fresh, build his army and return to take back his place as the true Shah of all India. Taking the bride he had been securing for his brother would only add to the torment he would wield towards brother…and the fact that she was the fairest woman he had ever laid eyes upon would make it even better for him.
Azara was unsure about continuing on as the bride to a man she not only had never met but now did not trust after the brother she had met had been usurped from his rightful throne. As a woman she had no choice but follow through with her father’s plan to gain access to the Peacock Throne by sending a Persian Princess to be the third wife to Mohan, now the Shah of India. Taken captive by the sexy Rajak, Azara soon finds herself unable to say no to his seduction but his plans for a future leave her once again in the middle of the two brothers and torn between honoring her father’s promise or trusting in her heart and the man that had stolen it.
A Persian Princess and a Prince of a pirate find passion and love despite the trials and dangerous situations that surround them and threaten to destroy the connection they share. Rajak has been betrayed by his own blood and the capturing of his brother’s intended soon gives him the opportunity to trust again after dealing with the aftermath of his brothers deadly usurping of his throne. I was a little slow to warm up to this story but soon was captivated by their passion and their path to finding happiness as they dealt with threat after threat that came their way.