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Bey Deckard î 3 read & download free read Ê eBook or Kindle ePUB î Bey Deckard Kestrels Talon The Stonewatchers #1 review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB Novel 135031 wordsGenres Fantasy Triad LGBTGSMFollowing the PrentishNemarri war Kes is rejected by his homeland under the guise of religious purity laws Though he's spared execution the proud Nemarri's fate is only marginally merciful than death when he is sold into sexual slavery at a prosperous pleasure houseDespite his stoic e. BR wBabyI hate to do this I really do especially after having been so vocal with my excite for this book I ve ardently gushed and fawned over BeyBey s writes since reading Caged but this wasn t a win for me I ll get to what didn t work for me but first let s start with what did Kestrel s Talon is another high fantasy with superb worldbuilding It s told from multiple perspectives non linearly The skill and creativity reuired to construct a uniue world with this scrupulous attention to detail including a distinct language and customs for multiple countries flabbergasts me The Prentish Empire is nuanced exuisitely detailed and inventive from start to finish These characters are also meticulously crafted though if you ve read the Baal s Heart trilogy you will notice similarities Kes was forced into slavery and delegitimized by a ridiculous Nemarri law after having bravely served his country as a foot soldier in the military After being debased in the most heinous way only referenced he is rightfully angry and loathes the whole institution of slavery Talon on the other hand was born a slave and has been with Count Strade since he was a boy He and Kes have an instantaneous connection in the market where Kes is on offer in his cock cage and diamond belly chain bites fistCount Strade negotiates a price for him and off they go to Horthmont Castle There are a few plot twists that caught me off guard and were clever Some weighty contemporary topics are addressed in the subtext one being discrimination The inclusivity of the castle and acceptance of those who would otherwise be deemed societal outcasts was heartwarming I always like stories wherein a family is created to replace a dysfunctional or non existent one All of the inhabitants of the castle were as well constructed as the main characters As a matter of fact I liked them better than the main characters with one notable exceptionAnd that s probably my biggest problem I didn t really like two of the three MCs I swear it wasn t that the chastity skedaddled in a blink and this wasn t the slave fic I had envisioned though I was disappointed by those developments I won t lie Things started off on the wrong foot for me when Kes hits Talon early on I ve made my thoughts on this known repeatedly so I won t beat the dead horse Talon forgives him which is his prerogative but he never redeemed himself in my eyes There s no faster way for me to disconnect from a character than to have them treat their paramour thusly Later in the book when he treats Talon like a slave after becoming upset over an event those feelings compounded Talon is marginally better but both he and Kes are exceedingly jealous of each other s time with Grim I like possessive but there s a fine line between possessive and obsessive and they tipped over that line Talon is sweet and playful has a gift which I won t go into and he is randy but there s nothing exceptional about him aside from his beauty Grim is the only one I really liked mainly for his euanimity and I can t talk about him without spoiling But the biggest problem with this relationship is I don t know how you can sustain a triad with these sorts of dynamics happening Maybe it was the pettiness or the fact that I didn t care for Kes and Talon but something integral to forming a lasting relationship just didn t gel for me Kes and Talon are hot for each other and they respect Grim that they all care about each other is clear but forever n ever The pacing was too slow I appreciate worldbuilding and character development but I needed adventure Slice of life high fantasy doesn t work for me I can only take so much sex I can t believe I just said that hunting chopping wood and piddling around an enormous castle before I start drifting The last uarter had some developments that helped but left me feeling unfulfilled It s clear this is the set up book for a series and while I do think the objective for an egalitarian society is a noble one I just don t know if that s enough for me to continue with the series At the end of the day the worldbuilding alone is worthy of 3 Hearts from me A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review Son of the Hero Varyan Memoir rejected by his homeland under the guise of The Alien Jigsaw religious purity laws Though he's spared execution the proud Nemarri's fate is only marginally merciful than death when he is sold into sexual slavery at a prosperous pleasure houseDespite his stoic e. BR wBabyI hate to do this I Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning Lifelong Learning and the Learning Society really do especially after having been so vocal with my excite for this book I ve ardently gushed and fawned over BeyBey s writes since The Illusion of Gods Presence reading Caged but this wasn t a win for me I ll get to what didn t work for me but first let s start with what did Kestrel s Talon is another high fantasy with superb worldbuilding It s told from multiple perspectives non linearly The skill and creativity Folk Tales from the Soviet Union Central Asia and Kazakhstan reuired to construct a uniue world with this scrupulous attention to detail including a distinct language and customs for multiple countries flabbergasts me The Prentish Empire is nuanced exuisitely detailed and inventive from start to finish These characters are also meticulously crafted though if you ve Not The Hot Chick read the Baal s Heart trilogy you will notice similarities Kes was forced into slavery and delegitimized by a Pegged and Plugged at the Club ridiculous Nemarri law after having bravely served his country as a foot soldier in the military After being debased in the most heinous way only Tunnel Through Time referenced he is Game of Bimbofication Part 3 rightfully angry and loathes the whole institution of slavery Talon on the other hand was born a slave and has been with Count Strade since he was a boy He and Kes have an instantaneous connection in the market where Kes is on offer in his cock cage and diamond belly chain bites fistCount Strade negotiates a price for him and off they go to Horthmont Castle There are a few plot twists that caught me off guard and were clever Some weighty contemporary topics are addressed in the subtext one being discrimination The inclusivity of the castle and acceptance of those who would otherwise be deemed societal outcasts was heartwarming I always like stories wherein a family is created to Game of Bimbofication Part 2 replace a dysfunctional or non existent one All of the inhabitants of the castle were as well constructed as the main characters As a matter of fact I liked them better than the main characters with one notable exceptionAnd that s probably my biggest problem I didn t Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions Vol 1 of 5 really like two of the three MCs I swear it wasn t that the chastity skedaddled in a blink and this wasn t the slave fic I had envisioned though I was disappointed by those developments I won t lie Things started off on the wrong foot for me when Kes hits Talon early on I ve made my thoughts on this known The Fatima Century repeatedly so I won t beat the dead horse Talon forgives him which is his prerogative but he never Leah Starrs Revenge redeemed himself in my eyes There s no faster way for me to disconnect from a character than to have them treat their paramour thusly Later in the book when he treats Talon like a slave after becoming upset over an event those feelings compounded Talon is marginally better but both he and Kes are exceedingly jealous of each other s time with Grim I like possessive but there s a fine line between possessive and obsessive and they tipped over that line Talon is sweet and playful has a gift which I won t go into and he is Pieces 8 Pieces #8 randy but there s nothing exceptional about him aside from his beauty Grim is the only one I Time Flies and Other Short Plays Time Flies Degas C'Est Moi Dr Fritzthe Forces of Light Basel's in Arms Arabian Nights Enigma Variations the Mystery of Twicknam Vicarage really liked mainly for his euanimity and I can t talk about him without spoiling But the biggest problem with this Drawing Dead Faolan OConnor Book 1 relationship just didn t gel for me Kes and Talon are hot for each other and they Trails Tales of Yosemite the Central Sierra respect Grim that they all care about each other is clear but forever n ever The pacing was too slow I appreciate worldbuilding and character development but I needed adventure Slice of life high fantasy doesn t work for me I can only take so much sex I can t believe I just said that hunting chopping wood and piddling around an enormous castle before I start drifting The last uarter had some developments that helped but left me feeling unfulfilled It s clear this is the set up book for a series and while I do think the objective for an egalitarian society is a noble one I just don t know if that s enough for me to continue with the series At the end of the day the worldbuilding alone is worthy of 3 Hearts from me A China's Son Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution review copy was provided in exchange for an honest Welcome to the Desert of the Real Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates review

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Bey Deckard î 3 read & download free read Ê eBook or Kindle ePUB î Bey Deckard Kestrels Talon The Stonewatchers #1 review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB Ndurance Kes knows he’s reaching his breaking point but there is nothing he can do there is no path to freedom in the Holy Prentish Empire only a lifetime of humiliating servitudeThat is until a beautiful young slave and his formidable master approach Kes in the marketplace and make an astonishing offer to take him home with th. Exceptional world building in this fantasy romanceI loved the amazing world and cultures which Bey created in this fantasy romance and the relationship development between Kes Talon and GrimmThere s a lot of story going on a bit of an adventure a bit of magic a little bit of kink a lot of emotions and a hint of mystery I loved the uniue voices of each man and the different emotional connection they brought to their triad The setting and secondary characters also brought depth and flavour to the narrative each helping to create the world and the location in which the story developsThere were interesting twists there s a lot of powerful scenes between Kes and Talon but I also loved how Grimm wasn t a typical third his lack of sexual desire meaning his emotional connection to the other two was very powerful to readNow I need the rest of the series please Bey

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Bey Deckard î 3 read & download free read Ê eBook or Kindle ePUB î Bey Deckard Kestrels Talon The Stonewatchers #1 review Î eBook or Kindle ePUB Em The only problem “home” is the accursed Horthmont Castle from the scare stories of Kes’s childhoodThrown into a world of living myth powerful magic and ancient gods Kes learns the secrets kept hidden by Horthmont’s thick blackstone walls There he discovers something he thought he’d never know again hope for the futur. I have loved everything I have ever read by this author but this book really took the cake The characters are so complex that you can help but connect to them One thing I truly appreciate about this author s book is that the side characters are so well drawn as well They aren t cardboard one dimensional plot devices Also I cannot express how much I appreciate this author making strong likable female characters One pet peeve that I see in mm romances is that female characters are either mysteriously absent or are petty evil stupid or all of the above I walked into this book feeling a little uncertain I m not a fan of characters who are former prostitutes the abuse the characters have suffered with this usually leave me to depressed but kestrel I adored He was strong and just so likable Now for Talon goodness gracious talon was a sweetie and despite him having an overly promiscuous background not due to abuse that I usually avoid I really came to adore him His desire to have a friend and be loved fully was so sweet and gave me an understanding of his past Now but NOT least Grimma oh heavens he s so complex I could write an essay on him and still not crack the depth of character here He s asexual but this doesn t hinder him from being in a completeloving and fulfilling relationship with his two boys He really is a big lovable teddy bear Fantastic Book