Tam yearns for a strong, sexy master--and Lucan the mage is everything he ever wanted in a man. Lucan doesn't care about the slave's feelings, but he'll use him to hell and back--before he buys him for keeps. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and... show more
Tam yearns for a strong, sexy master--and Lucan the mage is everything he ever wanted in a man. Lucan doesn't care about the slave's feelings, but he'll use him to hell and back--before he buys him for keeps. Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, strong BDSM themes and content, male/male sexual practices.
Publish date: September 23rd 2008
Publisher: Loose Id
Pages no: 150
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, M M Romance
Series: Tales of Amaranth (#1)
not much in the way of story, but compelling anyway.I found myself utterly revolted by slave culture, and the behavior of sundry charscters up to and including Master Lucan made me want to throw up.The sex is hot, if a little brief.Whipping isn't my kink, but the writing is competent, and the settin...
This is not a romance.But it's not a dark, nasty story either.Dark Heart is something else altogether.In the world of Amaranth, a caste-system is firmly intact. Slaves are regarded as 'soulless' and are more or less on the same footing as domestic animals. This means that from our perspective, the w...
Despite the cover and title, this is a decidedly un-dark read. I suppose as far as Gaymance goes, it's also a bit of a strange read. It's romance, yet I'm not sure you can soundly classify as that. When it comes to slavery in M/M Romance, there's usually that certain point in the book when social cl...
This first book was incredible. I loved the characters and the setting. Living in Tam's mind was quite the treat as he explored and did what he could for his Master. Learning about Master Lucan was also a treat, as the man was filled with mysteries and desire for Tam. I look forward to reading the s...
This was interesting and for some reason I found it intriguing enough to make me read something about magic, something I usually avoid with a passion. Okay, it should be 4 stars but I really hate magic. (Blame it on The Fever series by Karen Marie Moning) The MC's relationship was not traditional to...
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