Gerun Fortress a coastal stronghold along the Mediterranean Sea. Here, two-hundred Monastic Knights make their final stand against a league of 20,000 Middle Eastern soldiers led by General Jamal Jan. Called beardless by some, shameless by others, Jamal soon seizes the castle and its acting commander, Prince Leonard de Limbourg. The generals ideas of how to subjugate the enemy do not conform to the typical rules of warfare, however. In quick order, Prince Leonard finds himself stripped naked and forced to perform in front of his own men. Leonards humiliation does not end there; now the generals captive slave, he is brought back to a strange land and presented before His Majesty the Sultan. Will Jamals deviant attentions lead to certain punishment for both he and Prince Leonard? **ePub updated with new features that are optimized for the Kobo Vox and compatible with all Kobo devices.
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by on October 27, 2016
- Digital Manga, March 2011
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