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Chalice
     

Chalice

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by Amber Kell
 

In order to stop his magic from eating him alive, Chalice seeks out a man strong enough to dominate and control him.

Chalice might be a prince on his planet, but his submissive tendencies prevent him from dealing with the incredible energy coursing through his body. Magic users need a second to balance them out, but there has never been a case

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Chalice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read, romantic, hot while still being sweet, good characters. Would love to read a follow up story
grisaille More than 1 year ago
Good science fiction romance is hard to find, especially stories with bdsm elements. So, I was excited to download Kell's "Chalice." I found the premise intriguing and, overall, it was enjoyable. Chalice himself is an appealing protagonist: he knows his own strengths and weaknesses, and is determined to do what he must to protect himself and those around him. Terrin Hawk is also a good foil for Chalice: a harsh man who has known little love in his life, he definitely needs someone like Chalice. Unfortunately, at only seventy-five pages, the story is way too short. There is not enough time to fully develop Chalice and Hawk's respective personalities, or for them to really fall in love. Other than Hawk being handsome, I couldn't see any real reason for Chalice to fall for him. Additionally, Lady Nattur, who is introduced as a possible competitor for Hawk's affections, disappears after only a few paragraphs; and the insurgents trying to overthrow Hawk just appear out of nowhere with no warning. The story needed to be longer, at least another twenty or thirty pages, to fully flesh out the world and characters. If you go in expecting a short erotic read with minimal characterization, you should be happy. If you want more, I recommend a longer book. -- lyradora
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
This is a perfect coffee break book that dabbles with BDSM but doesn't go into too much detail, whilst it is put in a science fiction backdrop. Chalice is a four-elemental mage but his magic is out of control. In a world where magic users are paired off into a dominant and submissive role, it is usually to strong magic user who is the dominant, except in this case. Chalice is a submissive and isn't getting the support he needs at home. This means that he is increasing the risk of his magic being completely out of control, followed by disaster. He decides to strike out on his own and find himself a Master. He finds Terrin - a Master that goes through submissives like water through a sieve. He is intrigued by Chalice though, and is determined to make him his own. These two are more like Partners than D/s, but still, it is a quick, fun and steamy read. I thoroughly enjoyed this novella, complete with the quick world and character building. I am hoping for more from this series. Smoothly paced and with a hint of things to come, definitely recommended. * I received this book from Pride Publishing in return for a fair and honest review. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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