The King s Harem The King s HaremThe country of Tavamara is renowned for its famous Market its decadent wines the harsh climate in which it manages to flourish and the infamous concubines kept by the members of the

  • Title: The King's Harem
  • Author: Megan Derr
  • ISBN: 9781936202409
  • Page: 419
  • Format: ebook
  • The King s HaremThe country of Tavamara is renowned for its famous Market, its decadent wines, the harsh climate in which it manages to flourish and the infamous concubines kept by the members of the royal family King Shahjahan s harem is especially well known, for the men who comprise his harem come from all walks of life a jaded court musician, a shameless pirate, a quiThe King s HaremThe country of Tavamara is renowned for its famous Market, its decadent wines, the harsh climate in which it manages to flourish and the infamous concubines kept by the members of the royal family King Shahjahan s harem is especially well known, for the men who comprise his harem come from all walks of life a jaded court musician, a shameless pirate, a quiet monk, a prisoner of war, and a young horse trainer, all brought together by the devotion and love they share for their King.This volume also contains three additional stories Knight to RookDisplaced by war, Rook makes a home in the Great Desert where his cousin Cordelia has become Princess Once a strategist of unmatched ability, famous in the armies of his homeland, he spends his days in the Desert adrift and alone With no way to use his skills, and held in contempt for his inability to use a sword, Rook can only watch and wait for a chance to prove he belongs amongst the Sons of the Sands.Everything You NeedThough he left the Desert years ago and is set to become the next Advisor to the King of Tavamara, Ikram spends most of his days feeling slightly out of place, living a life of civility and calm that is hard to accept after a lifetime in the brutal, blood soaked Sands Eager to get away from the palace for a time, he braves the famous Market and finds far than the soap which he had been seeking.The Jewel of TavamaraFahima has always been the lesser sister younger, plainer, too smart, too independent, and interested solely in the temples She wants nothing than to see her beautiful, popular, older sister married off to King Shahjahan so that she might return to her temples and be left in peace But then her sister commits the ultimate taboo, and in order to save the lives of her family, Fahima must take her sister s place though she was never meant to be Queen, and could never hope to truly catch the notice of the handsome and compelling Shahjahan.Note Everything You Need and The Jewel of Tavamara feature het romances.

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    1. 2.95(*note I have no problem at all with the multiple relationship/harem)I'm a huge huge fan of Ms Derr's books but I think this was one of the books that failed to draw me in to the extent that her books usually do. The writing was a pleasure to read as always, but the story itself, well, it actually didn't really have much of a story. It was basically just jumped from the POVs of all harem members and told the story of how they came to be in the harem. In each of their POVs it jumped from the [...]

    2. I love the tales of Tavamara nearly as much as Sandstorm (in the same universe/timeframe) and I enjoyed the two het stories as well - although I did appreciate the warning about the het content.Each of King Shahjahan's harem has his own story, with glimpses of life in the palace now. One of the het stories is about how Shahjahan came to choose Fahima as his wife and the start of her harem. The second het story is a link between Sandstorm and King's Harem and explains how Simon (from Sandstorm) b [...]

    3. The King's Harem - 3 starsIt's cute polyamorous fluff but besides that not much happens. And also, the king's harem recruitment runs thus:KING: hey I just met you, and this is crazy, but here's my number, so join my harem maybe?GUY: sure, why notThe Jewel of Tavamara - 3 starsFahima is my favourite. I adore her. Plus lesbians.Knight to Rook - 4 starsMy favourite one, to be honest. Mostly because of the enemies/not-entirely-on-friendly-terms to lovers trope. I am weak.Everything You Need - 2 star [...]

    4. stories, historical fantasy, nice comfort readingEdit:After readig Sandstorm, I changed my rating for King's Harem from 3 to 4 stars. This is actually the second part of a series. I reread parts of King's Harem and with the backstory of Sandstorm, especially the "Other Tales" make a lot more sense.

    5. did not finish. quit at 5-10%. poly's not my thing, but if that's what you're into this could be the book for you!

    6. The King's Harem is a collection of four short, erotic stories set in the world of Tavamara.Firstly, I love the subtle culture building in the stories. I think this is something Megan Derr does really well. I particularly like the cultural importance of wine - some of the wines sounded really nice, and I don't even like wine! :PI also really enjoy the fact that the stories manage to be both romantic and erotic without resorting to any explicit sex (except in 'Knight to Rook'). It made a refeshin [...]

    7. I was inspired to read The King’s Harem after reading and absolutely loving The Harem Master, which is book three in this series. However, I can’t say that my experience with this book was all together positive. First of all, there was a main story which covered half the book and then there were three additional short stories that took place in the same world. The main story was about how the different members of the harem came to be part of the king’s harem.I liked this story mostly for t [...]

    8. Quite a simple book, no great drama or depth, no sex scenes, no real plot - and still, I rated it four stars. Why such a high rating you wonder? Well it is just a warm feel-good kinda book. It has a happy atmosphere, and is a really good read when you want something utterly simple to make you happy :) I enjoyed it and will definitely read it again when I need to feel love and want to smile warmly!Edit: I've read the second installment, which is a real story with a plot and everything and have to [...]

    9. This is a collection of short stories about the Tavamara Harem as well as other people connected to it. Quite the collection of very fascinating stories. While the first few stories are a little tamer, the farther you progress the hotter they get.There was only one thing that irked me a little - I couldn't find a sentence in the book that really explained the dynamics of the harem: that the Queen and King could both have mistresses which are of the same sex. The reader can figure it out but ther [...]

    10. Absolutely gorgeous. I especially loved that we got the story of how the king and queen met and were married, and the queen's first concubine, not just the king's concubines. 'Cause I love reading gay guy stories, but I also love reading lesbian stories, and it made me happy that this book had both ^-^

    11. The King's Harem: 5 stars.Knight to Rook: 5 stars. Everything You Need: 4.5 stars. Another het, and I actually liked it. ^__^The Jewel of Tavamara: 4.5 stars. For once I actually liked a het story. But this woman was not a damsel in distress, she was a headstrong woman with her own mind -- and there was no sex. ^__^

    12. The King's Harem: 5 stars.Knight to Rook: 5 stars. Everything You Need: 4.5 stars. Another het, and I actually liked it. ^__^The Jewel of Tavamara: 4.5 stars. For once I actually liked a het story. But this woman was not a damsel in distress, she was a headstrong woman with her own mind -- and there was no sex. ^__^

    13. In My Garden The King of Tavamara is allowed five flowers in his garden five concubines. This is the story of how each Flower became property of the King. Prepare yourself for court intrigue, politics, romance and great sex!

    14. Loved it. For those who want to read it, it is mostly m/m, but with a few references to f/f and m/f, which were done extremely well. I am definitely going to look for more of this author's work.

    15. I liked Sandstorm, but wasn't very fond of these characters when they appeared there, so I'm not sure if I should read this.

    16. 3.3 stars. A nice collection of short stories, though I enjoyed more the ones which were not about the King's harem members

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