Kidnapped by the Sheikh: An Enemies to Lovers Romance
by Zara Rivas
And now he's got her right where he wants her. Khadeem didn't know why he was so possessive of Leanna, but he knew one thing and one thing only: She would be his, whether she liked it or not.
Khadeem waited impatiently for his slave to arrive. He had been instructed to come to this room to collect her. Saheeb had gone ahead and was collecting the limo that would take them back to Fahmeer. He paced the room, impatient to have Leanna in his sight and possession. He had yet to figure out how he was going to get Leanna to marry him when he remembered the ancient wedding vows. These vows didn't require the consent of the bride. All that was needed was for the groom to get his bride in front of his people and recite the ancient vows, which would bind the two people together forever. Khadeem fervently thanked his ancestors for this method of marriage; for now he could have Leanna as his wife, and he didn't need her consent.
He felt bad for the deceit, but these feelings were new to him, he felt extremely possessive of this woman that he had just a glimpse of, he did not know why, but all his instincts called for him to bind her to his side as best he could. Satisfied with his plan, Khadeem sat and waited for his wife to be.
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