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When Shena betrayed Keern, he swore revenge. Now she is his slave…

Shena is a pawn to her father’s desire to extend his holdings. She’s known neither kindness nor love, until one fateful day when she meets Keern. In a few passionate hours together, he teaches her what it means to feel loved and protected. She would do anything to protect him from her father’s greed, but in a moment of weakness, she reveals Keern’s identity and sets in motion a series of events that lead to his brother’s death and her sale as a slave.

Keern believes Shena betrayed him. When she plays the venomous shrew to push him away and keep him safe, he falls for the act and grows to hate her. When his brother dies, he swears his revenge and tracks her all the way to the auction blocks. He purchases her for his slave, but will he find satisfaction for his rage or will the overwhelming sexual attraction they share make him her slave instead?

Although this is set in the future, on another planet, it has the timelessness of a fairy tale.

Caution:  This is primarily a love story, with explicit love scenes.  There is mild violence and events that are highly traumatic for Shena when she is taken into slavery.

Story Length: 31,500 words

Plus excerpts from Debt of Honor, Secret Ties, and The Male Stripper by Opal Carew, and Virgin Wizard by Amber Carew.

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    As per usual ot was too short. Some more development of the charachters and setting would have made the story better with more substance.


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