Have you read The Tarnished Jewel of Jazaar and wanted to read something with a similar focus or setting? There are plenty of sheikh romances available at Harlequin but here are a few of my suggestions:
My book is part of the “Beasts of the Desert” Harlequin Presents Extra miniseries. Maisey Yates’s Hajar’s Hidden Legacy is the other “Beasts of the Desert” book. However, these stories are not related. Why are they grouped together? The heroes in both of these stories are sheikhs who are also known as beasts in their countries. If you have a soft spot for beastly sheikhs, give Yates’s story a try.
Many reviewers have discussed the heroine’s status in The Tarnished Jewel of Jazaar. Zoe was abused and treated as a slave by her family, but she was a fighter and a survivor. This reminds me of a sheikh romance I read earlier this year. Annie West’s Girl in the Bedouin Tent is a dramatic and sensuous love story about a sheikh who can’t marry the woman who’d been given to him as a sex slave and a woman who refuses to be kept by a man. It’s one of my favorites Harlequin Presents this year!
If you are looking for more romances set in desert kingdoms, you should try a Harlequin Desire by Olivia Gates. She has written romances in other settings, but I love her desert princes and how she sweeps the reader into an exotic fantasy world. It’s total escapism! She has several desert romance miniseries:Desert Knights, Pride of Zohayd and Throne of Judar.