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The Violet and the Tom - Eve Ocotillo
The Violet and the Tom
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4.23 65
Format: ebook
Publisher: FictionPress.com
Pages no: 295
Edition language: English
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pareidolia
pareidolia rated it
4.0 The Violet and the Tom
Surprisingly, I enjoyed this much more than I though I would. Surprisingly, because I hate AU slave fics. But The Violet and the Tom showed a great sense of realism and insight into the psychology of master-slave-dynamics. And although I prefer my stories to be more on the plotty side, here for once...
Susan
Susan rated it
4.0 The Violet and the Tom
Now that was unexpected! What a wonderful surprise this was. I thought I would be reading an entertaining slave boy story, but I was sooo wrong. It was fun to read about complete role reversal!--spoilers ahead--Sylvan has been trained as en eromenos, a sex slave. He is given as a gift to the king’s ...
kimosumiko
kimosumiko rated it
4.0 The Violet and the Tom
In going back over to read the beginning of this story, I quickly realized this is actually one I read a while ago. How long ago, I cannot be entirely sure. Sometime last year? The year before? The year before that? Long ago enough that I only vaguely remember the events of this story, and certainly...
Sharing Links and Wisdom
Sharing Links and Wisdom rated it
5.0 The Violet and the Tom
Originally read in 2012Loved it, loved it, loved it!! A wonderful story with a surprising twist on the master/slave genre. I absolutely loved this story and if I could give it more than 5 stars, I would. I was extremely surprised when I found out that this was a free online story because it was bett...
Vic's Booklikes
Vic's Booklikes rated it
4.0 The Violet and the Tom
3.5 starsI was a bit surprised that I liked this book because I’m usually put off by the whole “sit at my feet while I feed you” scene. However, once I got over that I couldn't wait to find out how the sex slave and his master could forge a real relationship. It kept me entertained, but would have...
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