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Dragonfly (The Courtesans of Tajhaan #3)

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The sequel to Concubinage. A courtesan of Tajhaan, Inandr finds his life tainted by scandal in the wake of a vicious assault. Admirers and friends desert him, leaving him without hope for the future until he finds a soul mate in one unlikely man.
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Published September 28th 2009 by Phaze (first published 2009)
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Elisa Rolle
I remember that I liked Concubinage, I have always had a penchant for Sheikhs and related story, and the fantasy world of the Courtesans of Tajhaan by L.E. Bryce resembles a bit that genre, but I also remember that Concubinage was a bit sad, not exactly a love story, but more the life of two akhari, Inandre and Hanithi, who probably, outside that situation could have been lovers and instead are best friends, and probably the only steady point in each other life.

Inandre loves Hanithi, and the pr
The story is slow moving and very tamed, there is very little angst and not much sex (always a plus, the way I see it). It's about emotional recovery of an abused concubine, who lost not only his patrons, but also his friends simply by standing up to his abuser and taking him to court.

Inandre's new patron, Shapur, is kind and gentle, a man of age and of quite average looks and built. Yet he is exactly what Inandre needs. He stands by Inandre and defends him without fail and in the end seems to m
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L.E. Bryce was born in Los Angeles, California and has never lived anywhere else. She has a Masters in English Literature from California State University, Northridge. Her Jewish mother, her dog and passel of cats help her keep her sanity.
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Other Books in the Series

The Courtesans of Tajhaan (3 books)
  • The Golden Lotus (The Courtesans of Tajhaan, #1)
  • Concubinage (The Courtesans of Tajhaan, #2)