It sounds like a typical Mills and Boon. Perhaps they feel that if they choose a book of the week from that genre then maybe M&B readers might be tempted to also try a book of the week another time and broaden their horizons.
'The wedding of my dreams was only days away...until I discovered my fiance had a nasty habit of unfaithfulness. So to mend my wounded pride, I turned to the most eligible man I knew: my boss, Price Rafiq of Lucia-Serrat!
Although the dashingly handsome prince had enticed dozens of women, I had just one thing in my mind when I proposed becoming Rafiq's mistress: revenge on the man who'd humiliated me.
It was easier than I'd expected to go from Rafiq's chaste secretary to his lustful lover. What I didn't expect was to fall head over heels for a man who could give me anything I wanted, except for his heart...
It's actually a Sillouette, and the only two reviewers gave it 5 stars. The title wouldn't attract me particularly, but I do sometimes read M&B and consider myself to be widely-read. I wouldn't be snide about people's choice of reading matter, although I do struggle to understand why on earth people read those miserable childhood books.
pmsl - I bet it's cover-to-cover throbbing members and gaping bodices.
My sister and I, in our teens, once tried to do a survey on the best euphemisms for genitals in Mills & Boon type literature, but then we sobered up. I seem to remember 'tarse' being toasted loudly as a possible winner.