The paperback edition of this book contains two stories: 'Kingdom of Selfish Love' and another about a genie granting wishes. While the artwork is rather poor in both stories, the plots are interesting. 'Kingdom' narrates a prince's return to the kingdom he has been away from 3 years. His older stepbrother has seized the throne in his absence. The older brother has a disturbing and intense obsession with the returning prince as well. Something that also bothered me was the apparent age of the characters - the main character looked 15, his older brother about 17-18.
What really bothers me about the Kindle edition is the fact I bought it for the genie story; I had read the Kingdom one and disliked it. I anticipated reading the genie story again and was disappointed by its unexplained absence. The genie story (I don't recall the title) centered around a young man who had been condemned to die in a cave. A genie appeared, promising to rescue him. The genie then took him to a sheikh, but as a woman. Sex scene. Apparently the sheikh liked both sexes, but wanted to keep that a secret. I found it very interesting and wanted to read it again, even if I had to pay for Kingdom as well. The fact that it's missing and the other story sucks prompts my low rating.