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M/M Stories of Fallen Princes as Slave or Pet for Sexual Amusement of his Keeper

Books or stories of Princes that was taken as slave or pet for the sexual amusement of their keeper/captor. (Princes that has fell from grace). The story must have this theme featured as its main plot. Meaning said Prince must be the main character (protagonist) of the story and not a side or supporting character. Dark fiction with such a theme should fit like a glove.

The story must be of the M/M or M/M/M genre (gay fictions ONLY). Unpublished works like Original Online Fiction are most welcomed too.

In short, the CRITERIA are:
★ The fallen Prince as slave/pet MUST BE the Main Character.
★ The story MUST centralized on the fallen Prince on his journey as a plaything.
★ Dark Fictions with such a theme should be the target here.
★ Humiliation and degradation is the key.
★ The book MUST BE of the M/M or M/M/M genre (gay fictions ONLY).
★ Original Online Fiction are welcomed too apart from published works.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Kindly refrain from adding non-related books here just for visibility and marketing purpose. Please be considerate and fair to everyone who seeks out listopias as their reference point for books they really wanted to read. Thank you for your kind cooperation and understanding.


*PLEASE ADD ONLY THE FIRST BOOK OF A SERIES OR THE RELATED VOLUME TO KEEP THE LIST MANAGEABLE. TQ
(Thanks for your kind cooperation. I have to do this because nowadays there are just too many novels being published in series of short stories. It would defeat the purpose of the list if it gets overwhelmed by tons of volumes of the same story. And books deserving notice would be blanketed by it.)
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message 1: by M'rella (new)

M'rella Does Bloodraven fit into this list? Have to admit (to my shame) that I have not yet read the book :(


message 2: by M'rella (new)

M'rella Can I add books printed in languages other than English?


message 3: by Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) (last edited Oct 07, 2013 06:00AM) (new)

Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "Does Bloodraven fit into this list? Have to admit (to my shame) that I have not yet read the book :("




Nope. Bloodraven does not goes here. Thanks

Mrella,

Are you sure this series fit? (Dark Tales of Randamor the Recluse) by Andrew Ashling? You mean the Princes in it was sexual pets or slaves being enslaved by their enemies as playthings? Because from the blurb it doesn't feel like it. I haven't read it yet so I can't tell fer sure.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "Can I add books printed in languages other than English?"

I think best not. Since this list is written in English. Peeps visiting this list wouldn't appreciate books of other languages being on it. Besides, it might crowd the list too much and worthy books might not be visible then. :)


message 5: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 07:04AM) (new)

M'rella OK, no foreign literature then.

I am positive about Invisible Chains. It's in the name of the book. Two brothers, one of them held as a slave/pet at the amusement (and as a test and punishment) of the other. Though there are many other things happen, the relationship between the brothers is one of the main themes(there are few).


message 6: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 07:26AM) (new)

M'rella Can someone confirm Dominion of the Eth for me, please? I believe a creature held captive at king's court was indeed a prince or his tribe.


message 7: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 07:18AM) (new)

M'rella I am also torn on this series: Heartsong.
It introduces us to a character, Uriskel, who was kept as slave and brutally abused during a long span of time, he also didn't know of his origin until, I believe, the end of the third book.
He is not the main character of the first or the third book, either, but he is a significant part of it.


message 8: by Sammy (new)

Sammy Loves Books I have never read any books with this theme Kynthos, but I intend to start reading some of the above books ;o)


message 9: by Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) (last edited Oct 07, 2013 08:06AM) (new)

Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "I am also torn on this series: Heartsong.
It introduces us to a character, Uriskel, who was kept as slave and brutally abused during a long span of time, he also didn't know of his origin until, I ..."


But from the blurb, Heartsong doesn't seem to have a Prince as a sexual slave or pet. There's a Prince in it but that prince is the antagonist not a protagonist and not the victim. This list is for the victimized Prince - being turned into a sex pet/slave.

So, I think it's not right to add here.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "Can someone confirm Dominion of the Eth for me, please? I believe a creature held captive at king's court was indeed a prince or its tribe."

Yup hope someone could clarify this for us. If that Protagonist (main character) is indeed a Prince AND he is held as a sexual pet/slave then it should be on this list. Simple. :)


message 11: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 08:28AM) (new)

M'rella Then Heartsong fits. Uriskel is a prince enslaved and abused (sexually, too). We just don't find out about his prince-ness until book three in the series. But it doesn't change the fact.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "OK, no foreign literature then.

I am positive about Invisible Chains. It's in the name of the book. Two brothers, one of them held as a slave/pet at the amusement (and as a test and punishment) of..."


You mean one brother held the other as a sexual pet / pleasure slave? :o And both are Princes?


message 13: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 08:26AM) (new)

M'rella Kynthos-the-Archer wrote: "You mean one brother held the other as a sexual pet / pleasure slave? :o And both are Princes? ."

Not only. They did in turns :P But only through the first three books.
Major mindf*ck is happening, too.


message 14: by M'rella (new)

M'rella @ Kynthos-the-Arche

You MUST read The Invisible Chains! Awesome awesome story! You can actually borrow it from someone if you have Kindle.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Sammy wrote: "I have never read any books with this theme Kynthos, but I intend to start reading some of the above books ;o)"

Enjoy! Tribute and Dead to the World and Concubine are my current favs for this theme.


message 16: by Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) (last edited Oct 07, 2013 08:41AM) (new)

Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "Kynthos-the-Archer wrote: "You mean one brother held the other as a sexual pet / pleasure slave? :o And both are Princes? ."

Not only. They did in turns :P But only through the first three books.
..."


Tat's quite intriguing. I bet there's tons of noncons? Or I hope so >:P Hehehe

I can't borrow from others cos I don't have a Kindle and Amazon has a regional block. Thanks for the rec tho. I will be sure to add it to my pile.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Mammarella wrote: "Then Heartsong fits. Uriskel is a prince enslaved and abused (sexually, too). We just don't find out about his prince-ness until book three in the series. But it doesn't change the fact."

Oh I see. Shud be okay then. Thanks :)


message 18: by M'rella (new)

M'rella Kynthos-the-Archer wrote: "Enjoy! Tribute and Dead to the World and Concubine are my current favs..."

I love L.E. Bryce's books!


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Hey! tat's cool *gives high 5* We are cool :D Yeah. I adore her Water Lovers of Sirilon series. I have yet to read a couple of it. Always been meaning to catch up on it soon. In fact, I wanted to do a re-read from the beginning till the end of the series <3


message 20: by Emma Sea (last edited Oct 07, 2013 09:43AM) (new)

Emma Sea Darn it, I've read at least two other freebies on this theme and I can't remember their names:

One's on a desert world, the prince is very young, takes a crashed (?) space marine captive but the tables end up getting turned.

The other the whole way through the book the prince is the master, but he's secretly a sub, then there's a coup d'etat and the slave and the prince escape, and when the story closes the prince has become the slave, shared with men at a tavern. Although I suppose that's not unwilling, so it wouldn't count.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Lol. I am just too deviant, I love all things unwilling in my books.


message 22: by Elizabetta (new)

Elizabetta So obviously have a slave kink, LOL! Thanks for another great list Kynthos :D


message 23: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 10:52AM) (new)

M'rella @Sea
The Violet and the Tom is also about a prince who is considered a top, but is secretly a sub. He trades places with his sex slave, but they are both willing.

Thanks for adding Dominion of the Eth - I couldn't quite remember if the eth was a prince or not.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) From the sound of it, it doesn't seem like Violet and the Tom answers to the title of this list.

So, everyone sure Dominion of the Eth has a fallen Prince as sexual slave? Sometimes we really can't tell from the blurb alone.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Elizabetta wrote: "So obviously have a slave kink, LOL! Thanks for another great list Kynthos :D"

Enjoy Eebee XD


message 26: by Emma Sea (last edited Oct 07, 2013 04:50PM) (new)

Emma Sea Kynthos-the-Archer wrote: "everyone sure Dominion of the Eth has a fallen Prince as sexual slave"

no, he's a prince; wait, I;'ll find a quote


message 27: by Emma Sea (last edited Oct 07, 2013 04:56PM) (new)

Emma Sea K this is about Tamrin's brother:

“He is a son of the Tarisna, the holy leader of the Eths. The Tarisna is the political head of our people, sent by the gods. He is considered a demigod himself.” Rylis blinked, then looked at Tamrin, who would not meet his eyes. “So this is a form of royalty?” his confusion grew when Gharadeen shook his head. “Royalty, at least from what I saw in your world, is chosen by circumstance, birth, and the power to control others. The Tarisna is sent. There is no question of his divinity or his power. He then chooses female Eth to be his consorts on this plane, and the children are considered divine in their own right, children of the gods.” (loc 2115)

If the captured Eth is the brother of the leader, that totally counts as a prince.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Thanks Emma. That shud count. And he is the main character too right? Then the book shud be on this list :)

I'll need to read this one too. So many goodies found.


message 29: by M'rella (last edited Oct 07, 2013 06:35PM) (new)

M'rella I only add books that I've read. I would NEVER suggest something I am not 100% sure of.

The Violet and the Tom reminded me of something Sea mentioned. It is definitely not for this particular list :p


message 30: by Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) (last edited Oct 07, 2013 07:49PM) (new)

Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Hi Everyone,

Just a note to all that I have added this statement on this list to prevent the list from exploding out of proportion.:

*PLEASE ADD ONLY THE FIRST BOOK OF A SERIES OR THE RELATED VOLUME TO KEEP THE LIST MANAGEABLE. TQ

Thanks for the kind cooperation ;)

I have to do this because nowadays there are just too many novels being published in series of short stories. It would defeat the purpose of the list if it gets overwhelmed by tons of volumes of the same story. And books deserving notice would be blanketed by it.


message 31: by M'rella (new)

M'rella Great idea!


~ Lei ~ Reading Is An Adventure ~ Thanks Kyn for the new list. I voted for a few and I'll check my tags to see if I have more that's not coming to mind.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) You're welcomed Lei and thanks. We all need to have more kinky naughty list.


message 34: by Elizabetta (new)

Elizabetta Kynthos-the-Archer wrote: "Hi Everyone,

Just a note to all that I have added this statement on this list to prevent the list from exploding out of proportion.:

*PLEASE ADD ONLY THE FIRST BOOK OF A SERIES OR THE RELATED VO..."


So, sorry Kynth, I added some series books. Wasn't aware of this rule :P


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Nay, it's okay E. It's nobody's fault but mine for not saying so in the beginning. I had just thought of it myself. Sorry bout tat. I hope you are alright with it *hugs*


message 36: by Emma Sea (new)

Emma Sea In Bloodraven, is Yhalen a prince? Is he not the grandson of the leader?


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) I really don't see him as a Prince. Even amongst his own people he wasn't deferred to as one with authority or any ranking. He just wanted to be a warrior like his friends. That's imho only of course. Everyone would have their own views of course.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) lee wrote: "Kyn, I could only vote on one book. I guess I have some catching up to do."

As do I ;) I too have too many on my shelf. Overwhelming really. I am kinda regretting my current book Nicholi's Vengeance, I felt bored at the moment with it. It somehow failed to grab my full attention. Maybe it's just me and my fluctuating moods.


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) @Lee, I am going to purge any of my TBR ever I think.

I haven't have my final verdict on that book yet. Who knows I might get back into mood and love it at the end?


message 40: by Tessa (new)

Tessa what about:
The Stolen Luck by Shawna Reppert?
I think that the elven slave Loren is a Prince.


message 41: by Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) (last edited Oct 10, 2013 05:27AM) (new)

Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Tessa wrote: "what about:
The Stolen Luck by Shawna Reppert?
I think that the elven slave Loren is a Prince."


I think it's a bit too light to fit on this list. Since this lists says 'for the sexual amusements of his keeper'. It's a total noncon situation for said fallen Prince and he would be humiliated and degraded especially sexually :P

Mostly dark fiction with such themes would fit. Thanks for your suggestion. :)


message 42: by Yblees (new)

Yblees Hmm, the "Unwillingly" part is limiting my list. Amber Kell's "Planetary Submissives" series has Very Willing slavey royals...


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) Hmmm... you suggesting to remove that? Okay shud be alright. Although I still prefers noncons :P LOL


Kynthos-the-Archer (Kyn) @Ybless, Okay your wish has been fulfilled. 'Unwillingly' was willingly taken off the criteria. Lol


message 45: by Kalamah (new)

Kalamah In Allegiance by Kate Islay is listed twice, just so you know.


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