Bran's Story (The Slave Breakers, #1)
Pages no: 188
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
Firstly, yes, this is slave fic, and yes, it's self-published, but God, I really didn't expect it to be what it was. And what it was was heart-warming, well-written, and one of the first things I've really devoured in a long time.The main thing about this story is how well the characters are crafted...
This might even have been well written, but the story simply didn't work for me... How can someone who's been a slave themselves and who has an opportunity to free the slaves just keep and sell most of them? And although he was supposed to only sell slaves to "good" masters, they'd probably still be...
Why do I keep bumping into this kind of books? Is it me? Is it the Universe? Is this some master plan of making me read gay fiction without me realizing it? I can't say I don't like it, but it's not.. right up my path, you know? Especially this book wasn't. I've read waaaaay better gay fiction. Way....
Very well-done.That drawing-room fiasco at the end was riotously funny.
2.75 starsThis is rather slow moving and starts as a character study of a young slave, Bran, and his issues -- he’s only known abuse and keeps running away from his masters. Imagine that, seems like a good common sense reaction to me but...he is eventually bought by Holden, a slave reformer or ‘bre...
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