The third volume in the 'Seven Bands of Gold' quartet sees our heroine Sally struggling to reconcile her love for the charismatic only son of the ruler of Al Khaleej and her affection for ardent suitor Matthew, the handsome naval officer. To complicate matters further, who should turn up but Doug, the fiance who jilted her some years before.
Born into an RAF family, Jenny Lees attended 12 schools in as many years. Her most vivid childhood recollections are of standing in front of classrooms of strange faces and being introduced as 'This is Jenny, who has come to join us for a while'. But the nomadic upbringing gave her the chance to live and make friends in many parts of the world. Her lifelong passion for horses, Arabians in particular, has in recent years become her life's work. She lives with her husband and owns a stud of Arabian horses where she conscientiously preserves rare and precious bloodlines of the desert. Jenny became frustrated with novels whose love scenes ended on the wrong side of the bedroom door with ' - ' - thus the story of Sally Phillips began to gestate and, before she knew it, Jenny's innate talent for storytelling had given birth to quadruplets.