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Enslaved By Kate Cotoner,

  • Title: Enslaved
  • Author: Kate Cotoner
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 466
  • Format: ebook
  • Injured crusader Falk du Plessis survives the Battle of Hattin only to be sold at the slave market in Acre He s bought by Sinan, a mysterious Saracen who takes care to hide his true identity Falk has the feeling they ve met before Their attraction is instant and mutual and their destinies are inextricably entwined, but duty and loyalty to their respective masters threatInjured crusader Falk du Plessis survives the Battle of Hattin only to be sold at the slave market in Acre He s bought by Sinan, a mysterious Saracen who takes care to hide his true identity Falk has the feeling they ve met before Their attraction is instant and mutual and their destinies are inextricably entwined, but duty and loyalty to their respective masters threaten to drive them apart.
    Enslaved Injured crusader Falk du Plessis survives the Battle of Hattin only to be sold at the slave market in Acre He s bought by Sinan a mysterious Saracen who takes care to hide his true identity Falk has

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    1. This review has a bit of a backstory First of all, to get the legal issues out of the way, I was planning to buy this and asked one of my writer friends who is associated with Torquere to buy me one, since Torquere doesn t accept PayPal Instead of charging me, he gave it to me as a gift.Here s the backstory A few month ago, Torquere Press put out a call for submissions for a historical anthology titled Chain Male , which then, sadly, didn t happen, with Torquere citing that they didn t get enoug [...]

    2. I like historicals, although I admit that here I don t know the background well enough to say how accurate Kate Cotoner s gotten it And then I decided, it doesn t matter, because it rings true, and she does have a reputation for getting it right And here, she paints the opposing sides, and the sides within sides, so well that the scholarship doesn t have to be on the reader s end to be fully immersed in the world of the Crusades.The Saracens have the better end of the deal here, that s for sure, [...]

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