Annie West spent her formative years on the east coast of Australia, and holds an honours degree in Classics. She has travelled extensively through Egypt, Greece, New Zealand, and other parts of Europe, and spent a year living in Germany. After university, West took a job in the public service drafting and proofing government documents, but started writing romance novels during a period of leave. She joined Romance Writers' of Australia and had short stories and a novel published in Australia, but didn't find success until 2005 when her manuscript was accepted by Harlequin Mills & Boon. West has lived at Lake Macquarie, north of Sydney.
'Sultan Asim of Jazeer has hundreds of women at his beck and call. So why does he want the only one who threatens to reveal his family's shameful secrets?
'Journalist Jacqui Fletcher jumped at the chance to write a history of the harem—not to become a sultan's plaything! But it's hard to remember her assignment when the sultan's sensuous caresses spark a fire she's never experienced before…
'Asim is looking for a pliable princess for a marriage of duty. Brave, beautiful Jacqui couldn't be more wrong for him. So why does holding her feel so right? ' (Publication summary)
'Donato Salazar can’t forget his tragic past and he has no intention of forgiving the man responsible. Jilting his enemy’s daughter will be the icing on the cake of his revenge, and beautiful Ella Sanderson is certainly sweet enough.
'Except Ella isn’t the vacuous socialite he expected, and she refuses to marry him! Her rebelliousness only makes Donato want her more, so he’ll have to persuade her…touch by breathtaking touch. But soon Donato finds himself enthralled by their magnetic connection…
'As their fake wedding day approaches one question weighs heavily on Donato’s mind: will he love, honour…and betray?' (Publication summary)
'Damaso Pires should have known better than to get involved with Marisa—the scandalous princess of Bengaria! Yet soon he sees her true beauty and flawless virtue, which touches a place in him he thought ruthlessly destroyed by his childhood on the streets of Brazil.
'But their brief affair becomes permanent when Marisa reveals she's pregnant.
'Damaso knows the sting of illegitimacy and, having fought tooth and nail to claw his way up to the dizzying heights of international success and financial infamy, he won't let his child slip from his grasp. There's only one way to claim his heir, and that's marriage!'