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by Anne Bishop
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
This not the book I'd start with if you're new to Anne Bishop or her Dark Jewels series. I'd recommend reading at least the opening trilogy first of Daughter of the Blood, Heir to the Shadows and Queen of the Darkness, despite the fact this novel precedes them chronologically (set a few centuries be...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 6 years ago
Jared is a pleasure slave being sold on to a notorious queen. Demon has a cameo and Dorothea functions as an interesting villan.
Bree Likes Books
Bree Likes Books rated it 7 years ago
Reread in February 2013Reread January 2012.
traciloudin rated it 9 years ago
The things that I hate about the Black Jewels trilogy are mostly missing from this book, which in many ways makes it stronger than the trilogy. If I'm rereading any of the books, I tend to pick this one up rather than the trilogy. Less of the plot is devoted to melodrama. And even though you still h...
Tall Girls Have Short Memories
Tall Girls Have Short Memories rated it 10 years ago
The first three novels of the Black Jewels series really tear at me. On the one hand, I really liked some of the characters and found the world hard to look away from. On the other hand, I felt that the politics were ridiculous and difficult to really understand. On top of all that, the fact that...
ElizabethN rated it 11 years ago
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 14 years ago
I read these books out of order. This is my first book from Ms. Bishop. This world she creates is intriguing. I am kind of amused with her cock ring into a controlling device in a CBT way. This is unexpected. This story is the underdog fighting against a corrupt government. There are rebel for...
wealhtheow rated it 14 years ago
Set in the same world as The Black Jewels Trilogy, this book sinks even deeper into the cliches the BJT began. The sexism in these books is rather trying, and the plot itself lacked much of the oomph of the BJT, merely because the ending is telegraphed from page 1. Still, an enjoyable read.
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