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The Chancellor's Bride by Kirsten Saell
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Sep 10, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: bisexual-m-m, menage, erotic-romance, fantasy
Read in September, 2009

I've read all of Kirsten Saell's books and her trademark hawt and bawdy way of writing a story and romance is very much present in this story. And on that level it's a fun, juicy book.

While it's not my favorite of her books, that is mainly due to the fact that I'm not so hot on m/m/f menages. Although, in this book I really believed that the three main characters all have deep feelings for each other and their process in getting there is very believable.

The fantasy world of the Bethalas that was created in Crossing Swords is still as interesting and colorful as just enough of it is presented to give a great backdrop for the love story, but not so much that it overwhelms with too many details.

I really enjoy that a lot of this is left to the imagination of the reader.

And as per usual, the sex is smokin hot as these three characters find their love by way of exploring their intense sexual attractions and maybe even emotional needs stemming from old scars.

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