Katie and the Warrior King

Danger, deception, and intrigue follow a young woman as she disguises herself so she can save the new king of a desert kingdom.

Katie and the Warrior King

Girls from the Street, Book 4

Danger, deception, and intrigue follow a young woman as she disguises herself so she can save the new king of a desert kingdom.

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She was born on the streets; he was born to rule…

Sheikh Raja Hadi, the heir to the Kingdom of Simdan, was taken by a stranger when he was a boy. His abduction saved his life. Raised far from home, he is forced to watch as his uncle destroys the legacy of his father.

Katie Ashe longs for adventure. Raised by her deaf mother, her life has revolved around staying one step ahead of the local gangs. A six-month internship teaching sign language in Jawahir offers Katie a chance to see the world. Her dreams turn into nightmares when she uncovers a plot to kill the legendary Savior of Simdan.

Katie’s escape leads her into the desert and the tent of a powerful rebel leader. Posing as a mute boy, she does whatever she can to prevent anyone from discovering her true identity as she searches for a way to warn the King of Simdan.

Can a King who has returned to claim his rightful place and a street-smart American girl hiding as a boy in a far-off country discover love before the assassins finish what they have started?

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A caravan!

The thought hit her at the same time as the pole holding her shelter in place tilted, then collapsed, covering her with the material. She struggled to uncover her head, feeling like she was about to suffocate when it was pulled off of her. She blinked in the brilliant sunlight, her eyes watering as she tried to make out who had pulled off the cover.

The man stepped into the brilliant light, blocking it. She saw it was an old man. He said something that she didn’t understand. He repeated his request.

“Are you alright, boy?” the old man asked.

Katie stared up at him with a blank expression. She opened her mouth to respond before she realized the moment she said anything, the man would know she was a girl. Staring up at him, she signed that she needed help.

The man stared at her with a frown. “Can’t you speak?” the man demanded.

Katie shook her head.

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