Her Desert Dream

Her Desert Dream by Liz Fielding

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Lydia Young has landed her dream assignment! Used to stacking shelves, she`s now jetting off to a desert kingdom for a holiday as a media darling`s look-alike.

All Lydia has to do is enjoy a week of pampered bliss in a luxury oasis – and not blow her cover by falling for her host, dangerously out-of-her-league Sheikh Kalil al-Zaki.

Hmm, this might just be trickier than she first thought!

Lydia wanted the spotlight.

Annie wanted anonymity.

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Liz Fielding

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Liz Fielding was born in England, Berkshire. She studied at a school at a local convent, then at the age of twenty she arrived in Lusaka, where she received a job in the apparatus of the Zambian government. Here in Lusaka, she met her future husband John (he is from Coventry). After getting married, Liz and John left for the Middle East and lived there for several years. Then the couple returned to Africa, to Botswana. Lived in Kenya for a while. After the birth of the children, Liz returned to her homeland, and John continued to work abroad. Finding herself drawn into the monotonous routine of household chores, Liz felt an urgent need for self-realization. And in the evenings, after putting the children to bed, she began to write her first novel, which was published in 1992 and brought her well-deserved fame.

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Liz Fielding was born in England, Berkshire. She studied at a school at a local convent, then at the age of twenty she arrived in Lusaka, where she received a job in the apparatus of the Zambian government. Here in Lusaka, she met her future husband John (he is from Coventry). After getting married, Liz and John left for the Middle East and lived there for several years. Then the couple returned to Africa, to Botswana. Lived in Kenya for a while. After the birth of the children, Liz returned to her homeland, and John continued to work abroad. Finding herself drawn into the monotonous routine of household chores, Liz felt an urgent need for self-realization. And in the evenings, after putting the children to bed, she began to write her first novel, which was published in 1992 and brought her well-deserved fame.