Recommended By Jean
Recommended By Jean
If you have read my other recommendations, you know that I lean toward the very traditional, modern romances. This book, where the emphasis was on beatings as much as on sex, was outside of my usual comfort zone, but I found it intriguing so I decided to give it a try. I am so glad that I did! I found that I thoroughly enjoyed this darker twist on a paranormal romance, and I really enjoyed the ride these characters took me on! The ending was quite unexpected, and I know that there is more in store for these characters, and that I will be reading the next book sooner rather than later!
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"Come for me, Little One." My body instantly obeyed, and I felt the Queen's healing magic caress my aura, my skin, my essence, and every cell in my body. Rapture tore through my nerve endings, and I flew apart under Her Majesty's gaze.
The first strike snaked around my hips and sliced into tender skin. Fire ripped through my nervous system, and my shrill scream echoed around the room and returned to me. Her Majesty let the whip fly over and over, and as before, my twists and turns made every part of my body available to her.
I'd held my release off for so long, once it started I was no longer in control, and it hit me like a freight train.
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Because you’re never too old for Faerie Tales...
Halflings born in the human realm can stay if they can pass for human, but a baby with bright red and yellow hair, pointed ears, glowing green eyes, and swirled purple and green nails had to be relocated. With no family in Faerie to claim her, the newborn was auctioned off as a slave.
In Faerie, slaves are property with no rights. The baby is now an adult, and has been given in tribute to The Winter Queen.
Queen Mab has worked hard to make everyone in Faerie fear her, but her new pleasure slave enjoys the kiss of her whip. Can the Dark Queen have a tender side? The Dragon King once loved her, after all, so there has to be more to her than the evil, ruthless queen we’ve seen so far.
Climb aboard and experience the best and worst the Winter Queen can dish out.
Slave is book one in the Dark(ish) Faerie Tale quadrilogy. The series takes place within the greater Kirstin O’Shea universe, but can be read without being familiar with the other books and series.