Jana has been hired as a tutor in the desert country of Central Barakat. However, when the father of her pupils introduces himself, she realizes that he’s the ruler of Barakat, King Omar. “You will be the teacher of my daughters, the princesses,” he says. Though Jana is struck by Omar’s good looks, she also finds him brusque. Since the death of his wife, Omar’s heart has been frozen as solid as ice. What can she do to touch his heart? Jana starts to formulate a plan to melt his defences, but is her plan a good idea?