Title: The Regent’s Knight
Author: J.M. Snyder
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Publisher: Amber Quill Press, LLC
Website of Publisher: http://www.amberquill.com
Genre: Gay / Fantasy / Action / Adventure
Rating : Heat Level 3
Publication date: March 2008
Length : Extended Novella
Rule Pharr or abdicate in favour of a forbidden love. Such is the choice facing Prince Amery Llewellyn. All he’d really like to do is spend his days with Tovin at his side and his nights with him in his bed. Now with barbarians storming the castle, the decision may just be made for him.
Tovin Raimus, Knight of the southern lands has been Amery’s lover for the past six years and in love with him for much longer. But a love such as theirs is forbidden as he is far beneath his lover’s station in life as well as male. The attack of the barbarians has given them an opportunity to live as simply themselves if they are brave enough to take it.
Should love come before duty? Personally, I believe that duty is a dish best done when one is happy. A person unhappy in their personal life would seem a most ineffective and unjust ruler to me with resentment reigning as top dog in judgment. However, that being said I did like the solution contrived by them as well as the steamy lovemaking. I would like to see some more about them as they make their new life.
About the Author: An author of gay erotic/romantic fiction, J. M. Snyder began self-publishing gay erotic fiction in 2002. Since then, Snyder has released several books in trade paperback format and has begun exploring the world of e-publishing, working with both Aspen Mountain Press and Amber Quill Press. Snyder’s highly erotic short gay fiction has been published online at Ruthie’s Club, Tit-Elation, Sticky Pen, and Amazon Shorts, as well as in anthologies by Aspen Mountain Press and Cleis Press. A full bibliography, as well as free fiction, book excerpts, purchasing information, and exclusive contests, can be found at http://jmsnyder.net.
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