The first time Prince Khalil Khan sees Dora Nelson she is dressed in a wedding gown at an airfield in Kansas asking him for a ride. Being a prince he offers her a ride to New York. Enroute Khalil finds out that Dora is an executive secretary and she happily helps him with his business as they fly across the country. In NY, Khalil promptly fires his own secretary Bambi and offers the job to Dora at a salary she can't turn down.
While they are working together Khalil finds himself to be very impressed with Dora and her business sense. Then Amber, his fiance, shows up at the suite and Khalil knows that he cannot go through with his marriage to her, even though it will bring disgrace to his family. After Amber leaves Khalil seduces Dora, and upon finding out she had been a virgin he decides to marry her. Before Dora even knows what happened she is on a plane heading to El Bahar with her new husband. Dora is thrilled until she finds out that while Khalil will be a faithful husband he doesn't love her, he married her out of a sense of obligation.
The review of this Book prepared by Nancy Wallace