Measure of Strength
***Currently #12 Top Rated ebook in Gay & Lesbian Fiction!Publicly, Jason Wadsworth is a young steel magnate. Privately, he is slowly unraveling. Gripped by depression, he is haunted by the memory of Kale, the slave he sold and the man who still holds his heart. Jason clings to his only source of... show more
***Currently #12 Top Rated ebook in Gay & Lesbian Fiction!Publicly, Jason Wadsworth is a young steel magnate. Privately, he is slowly unraveling. Gripped by depression, he is haunted by the memory of Kale, the slave he sold and the man who still holds his heart. Jason clings to his only source of comfort: the belief that he sent Kale away to a better life.As grim as Jason's life is, Kale has fared worse. Each day is a brutal struggle. All that keeps him going are memories of a happier time.When a chance meeting thrusts the two back together, they must try to find the strength to forgive, not only each other, but themselves. They have one chance to right the wrongs of the past, but it requires the strength to seek redemption in each other's arms. A strength both men may be too spent to summon.Measure of Strength is the sequel to Measure of Devotion and contains adult language and sexual content.
Publish date: October 25th 2012
Publisher: Branwen Press
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
Series: Measure of Devotion (#2)
Oooh, the angst in this book. Satisfying well-written sequel to 'Measure of Devotion'. Really cared about these characters, Master Jason has turned to drink after selling his lover and slave. Kale is a broken man after 3 years of abuse as a labor slave.'Kale's eyes finally met Jason's, and Jason was...
This book is beautiful.Almost completely different dynamics are explored in this one, yet it's still evocative and visceral as the first one was.It was especially heartening because I read this after coming back from watching Les Mis, which, I need to mention, was...spectacularly worse than I though...
After the cliffhanger in the first book, I was very happy to know that the second book in this series concluded the storyline. I enjoyed the historical romance feel of the book, even though it is not my favorite genre. This book takes place three years after the end of the first book. Without spo...
I really enjoyed this story. Even though there were parts that seemed a bit drawn out, and the issues seemed to be constantly brought up, I absolutely loved Kale. Something about the characters just called to me and I couldn't get enough of this story. Throughout most, I was agreeing with Jason, ...