The Sheikh's Fiery Lover (The Tazeem Twins Series Book 2)

The Sheikh's Fiery Lover (The Tazeem Twins Series Book 2) by Leslie North

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other suitcase. The two of them headed downstairs to find Rene fighting with her suitcase. She was sitting on the suitcase bouncing as Joshua stood in the doorway watching her.
     
    “What are you doing?” he asked her.
     
    “Closing my suitcase,” Rene replied.
     
    “Like that?”
     
    Tanya laughed and walked past Joshua into the living room. “She's always bad at packing,” she replied as she motioned for Rene to stand up. Flipping the lid open, she rearranged some things in her suitcase before snapping it shut. Joshua looked at Rene and shook his head.
     
    “Now you know why I need Tanya with me in the palace,” Rene said as she laughed.
     
    “I can see that,” Joshua replied.
     
    The three of them carted boxes and suitcases outside as the driver loaded everything into the car. Tanya and Rene hugged each other.
     
    “Can't wait for you to come over,” Rene said with a big grin on her face. Tanya laughed.
     
    “Try not to get into trouble before I get there.” Tanya turned her attention to Joshua. “Look after her,” she said to him.
     
    “Yes, ma'am,” Joshua replied. Tanya and Rene hugged once more before Rene and Joshua got into the car and headed off to the airport.
     

END OF BOOK 2
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    “HR, Janet speaking. How may I he-”
    “Janet? Trent. I need you to send up a replacement for Pam. Her daughter was injured in an accident, and she just left to go take care of the children and such. I’ve no idea how long she will be gone, so send me someone that you weren’t planning on firing at the end of the week.” Trent said matter-of-factly. He didn’t really care if she fired twenty people each week; if they couldn’t do the job they could find somewhere else to work.
    Janet Marshall worked as the head of HR for Coldwell Enterprises. She was not only a friend, she was the toughest woman Trent had working for him. She was also his second cousin and married to his best friend from college. While Janet didn’t have to work another day in her life, she enjoyed managing people and understood Trent in a way others didn’t. He was as alpha as they came, she’d never met a more dominating, arrogant man until Trent had come along.
    “Oh dear! Which one of Pam’s daughters was hurt?” Janet asked with obvious concern in her voice. Pam had worked for the company for as long as she could remember, first as Trent’s father’s personal assistant, and now for Trent. She was one of the nicest women Janet had ever worked with and she only hoped that her daughter wasn’t too badly hurt.
    “Susan,” Trent replied, thinly hiding his impatience.
    The timing couldn’t be worse as Trent was in the process of acquiring a large production company in Europe and the contracts that had been drawn up by his European office were in chaos. He had been in the process of finalizing his corrections when Pam had announced that she must leave immediately. He needed these contracts fixed today!
    “Oh, no. And she just delivered twins a few months back. That poor woman,” Janet commiserated over the phone. “Don’t worry about it; I have just the girl in mind. She’s only been working here for about six months, but her reviews are excellent.”
    Janet was thinking of the young woman she had hired a little over six months back. Janet had interviewed her and been surprised at how mature she seemed for someone only twenty-four years old. Smiling to herself, she tried to envision how Trent would react to the young woman who wore her hair like a fifty year old, clothing that didn’t fit her body, or compliment her natural coloring, and honestly had no idea of just how attractive she could be. On top of all that, she was the most capable woman Janet had hired in months.
    “Whatever - just send her up after lunch. I’m right in the middle

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