Devon rules a rich province of the mighty Raenthe Empire, but in his dreams the young Sovereign does not play the master in bed. Lord of everything, in the depths of the night, Devon just wants to surrender to a stronger power, a dominating man.The star of all Devon's wet dreams is the... show more
Devon rules a rich province of the mighty Raenthe Empire, but in his dreams the young Sovereign does not play the master in bed. Lord of everything, in the depths of the night, Devon just wants to surrender to a stronger power, a dominating man.The star of all Devon's wet dreams is the magnificent desert man, Xan, the champion gladiator. Devon was the one who sentenced Xan to die in the arena as an example to all his rebellious desert kind. Devon was also the one who pardoned Xan and gave him his freedom.When Xan accompanies Devon as the Sovereign's guardsman on a dangerous journey into the wild lands, it is raw passion, betrayal and impossible desire that reign over both men.
Publish date: 22-09-2010
Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
Pages no: 122
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, M M Romance
Unbelievably bad. I've read a lot crappy books and this one is definitely one of them. At first I was amused how bad it is but soon it was just annoying. My bad, I only later noticed that this is the same author who wrote Force of Law.
2.5 Nice. Not perfect, not unforgettable, not something I'd choose to reread, but not that bad either. I guess that, albeit not very flattering, is the best I can say about it.For a while now I've been catching myself finding most stories lacking of something. I'm getting rather spoiled where m/m is...
Okay, I'm feeling really lazy today so I'm just going to say how much I loved this book and then point you to two reviews that I think explain what I want to explain fairly well. I loved both Devon and Xan. It was a quick, little story that had the perfect amount of sex in it.Now, go to HC's review ...
Oh yes, I love this book. There's just something about Jez Morrow's writing that just flat out does it for me. I think this is my third (or fourth) time re-reading this, and I'm sure it won't be the last. :)