Reverse Harem Books with the Enemies to Lovers Trope
Are you looking for a steamy read that combines the excitement of a reverse harem with the thrill of enemies-to-lovers? Look no further! We’ve compiled a list of must-read books that will have you swooning over the forbidden love between rival characters.
First on the list is “The Crown’s Game” by Evelyn Skye. Set in Imperial Russia, two young enchanters are chosen to compete in a dangerous game for the title of Imperial Enchanter. But as they begin to fall for each other, they must decide whether to betray their country for love or sacrifice everything for duty.
Next up is “The Wrath and the Dawn” by Renée Ahdieh. In this retelling of “The Thousand and One Nights,” Shahrzad volunteers to marry the brutal Caliph of Khorasan to save her best friend’s life, but soon finds herself falling for her enemy. Will she be able to change his ways or will their love be doomed from the start?
Finally, “The Harem” by Sherry D. Ficklin is a must-read for fans of reverse harem romance. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, a group of survivors band together to rebuild society, but when a new leader takes over and starts a harem, tensions rise and love triangles form.
These books are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat with their forbidden romance and high-stakes plot. Happy reading!Read More Reverse Harem Books with the Enemies to Lovers Trope