The Prince and the Pregnant Princess(Desert Rogues, Book 6)(62) by Susan Mallery
He kissed her forehead. “My wife, you are to be honored among women.”
She laughed. “I’d settle for a soft pillow to sit on and some sleep.”
Hassan burst into the room, trailed by two of the princes. “I have congratulated the doctor on delivering my first grandchild. I believe she was relieved.”
Cleo figured Dr. Johnson had felt just a little bit of pressure when she’d gone into labor.
Hassan approached the bed. “My perfect granddaughter.” He slapped Sadik on the back. “A girl—just as we discussed.”
Cleo settled back into the pillows. “Your father and grandfather are big, fat liars,” she cooed to her baby. “Yes, they are.”
Hassan and Sadik chuckled. Then the king turned to Reyhan, his third son. “Both your sisters are pregnant. Sabrina is due in six months, and Zara the following month. You have not yet taken a wife. I believe it is time. I shall arrange a match.”
Reyhan, as tall, dark, handsome and arrogant as his brothers, cleared his throat. Cleo was surprised to see that the prince actually looked uncomfortable.
“That will not be necessary, Father.”
Hassan frowned. “You must be married. We need more heirs.”
Reyhan cleared his throat again. “Yes. I understand. However, there are circumstances…”
The room grew incredibly silent. Even the baby seemed to be listening. Reyhan shrugged. “There was a young woman in college. While I have not seen her in six years, the truth of the matter is that we are…already married.”
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