|By Violet Winspear|
|Publisher||Harlequin Romance #1399|
|Mills & Boon Romance #410|
|Release Month||May 1970 (US)|
|Dec 1969 (UK)|
|Harlequin Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||Feast Of The Candles|
|Followed by||The Distant Trap|
|Mills & Boon Romance Series #|
|Preceded by||That Young Person|
|Followed by||A Wife For Andrew|
"You will go to a lonely place in the sands of the desert," the Arab diviner warned Lorna, "pursued by a man with dark hair."
Lorna scoffed. Her plans would not be spoiled by foolish tales.
But she was wrong. For now she found herself held captive by Kasim ben Hussayn-- a man with the power to make people love him. Lorna wanted only to hate him!
A friend warned Lorna of the dangers in travelling alone to the Oasis of Fadna, but Lorna scoffed that she couldn't be alarmed by tales of ardent and dangerous Arabs who carry off lovely firls to their harems - 'The bedouin prefer their own kind of woman.' But she was wrong!
- 1969, December - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Romance #410) (UK Original Release)
- 1970, May - Paperback Release (Harlequin Romance #1399) (US Original Release)
- 1977, January - Paperback Release (Mills & Boon Classics #91)
- 1978 - Unknown Release (Bianca nº 01, Publisher: Nova Cultural) (Brazilian Original Release)
- Title: Escrava do amor
- 1983 - Unknown Release (Edição Histórica, Publisher: Nova Cultural) (Brazilian 1st Reissue)
- 1994 - Unknown Release (Publisher: Nova Cultural) (Brazilian 2nd Reissue)
- 2001 - Unknown Release (Publisher: Nova Cultural) (Brazilian 3nd Reissue)
Cover Variation (By Release Date)
- A musical stage version was produced in Japan in 1983. Kurara Haruka as Lorna and Rei Asami as Kasim.