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The Invisible Chains (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse # 1) by Eurypon

Dark gay adventure story 

While the kingdom of Ximerion is threatened at its southern border by a major power, the king sends his two youngest sons, the half brothers Anaxantis and Ehandar, as Lord Governors to the Northern Marches where minor raids by wild barbarians are expected. Under the guidance of an old and trusted general, the king hopes to keep the young princes far from the major conflict in the south, while at the same time providing them with a valuable learning experience. The estranged half brothers are rivals, but soon they feel attracted to each other. As if this was not enough of a complication, they begin to suspect that they were set up by their own father. The result is a fierce struggle for power where the lines between hate and love become almost indistinguishable and where nothing is what it seems.

Be warned: there will be scenes of domination and rape, but never random or unexplained. Of course there will be smut. There will also be incest. The graphic description of armed conflict and the sacking of villages and cities may not be to everybody’s taste. Characters you might have grown to love will die and their death will not always be an easy one.

Note: The Invisible Chains (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse # 1) contains some graphic sexual content, graphic violence, and harsh language.


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Listed: Oct 24, 2010

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By Linda Schoales, editor

Oct 24, 2010: The first chapter is well-written, with a story told within a story. The outer story is that of man who tells stories for a price. The inner story sounds like it’s going to be a dark, complex tale of political intrigue and war.

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