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A Brother's Price - Wen Spencer
A Brother's Price
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In a world where males are rarely born, they've become a commodity-traded and sold like property. Jerin Whistler has come of age for marriage and his handsome features have come to the attention of the royal princesses. But such attentions can be dangerous-especially as Jerin uncovers the dark... show more
In a world where males are rarely born, they've become a commodity-traded and sold like property. Jerin Whistler has come of age for marriage and his handsome features have come to the attention of the royal princesses. But such attentions can be dangerous-especially as Jerin uncovers the dark mysteries the royal family is hiding.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780451460387 (0451460383)
ASIN: 451460383
Publisher: Roc
Pages no: 310
Edition language: English
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e_bookpushers
e_bookpushers rated it
Very interesting take on what society might be like if it was both feudal and run by a matriarchy. Men are very rare and thus protected and cosseted as well as sold into marriage or bargained like has happened in the past to women.. Unlike some of the works done by Tepper this was not the result o...
Books are like Air ...
Books are like Air ... rated it
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nook price $8 on 02/13/2012
Escaping into My Books
Escaping into My Books rated it
2.0 Good but.....
This book excelled in world creation. It was so interesting to read about a world where there are very little men born and due to this women run everything and men are the most valuable thing a family can possess. It turned the world we know upside down, and it was so interesting to see a world wher...
ambyr
ambyr rated it
3.0 A Brother's Price
A curious book. On the one hand, a light and fluffy romance in a world whose gender reversals had me giggling. On the other hand . . . wow, this world is a dark place. Because the hero lives a charmed life and the story is determined to be the happily-ever-after kind, that darkness is always pushed ...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it
Described by brownbetty as "A Handmaid's Tale if it were a romantic comedy". Men are scarce, and treated like old-timey-ladies, in a slightly fantastical landscape.
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