Bee Among the Clover [NOOK Book]

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Roman, a slave to Wulfgar, is less than pleased when the thane acquires a new pet: the beautiful and prideful Aron. Aron has never been with a man and has no wish to be now, but when he is claimed as a thrall to pay his father's debt, his choice in the matter is lost. Captured from Roman-held Londinium four years prior, Roman has learned that life as Wulfgar's bedslave can still be sweet. He is intrigued, threatened, and ultimately frightened by Aron and his feelings for the young man as they are thrown together ...
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Bee Among the Clover

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Overview

Roman, a slave to Wulfgar, is less than pleased when the thane acquires a new pet: the beautiful and prideful Aron. Aron has never been with a man and has no wish to be now, but when he is claimed as a thrall to pay his father's debt, his choice in the matter is lost. Captured from Roman-held Londinium four years prior, Roman has learned that life as Wulfgar's bedslave can still be sweet. He is intrigued, threatened, and ultimately frightened by Aron and his feelings for the young man as they are thrown together by both cunning plan and charmed circumstance. Roman and Aron will form a bond greater than any other claim upon them and determine that whatever the cost, they will find a way to be happy--even if that means risking their lives to find freedom together.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940043319876
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
  • Publication date: 3/29/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 272,384
  • File size: 919 KB

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  • Posted February 6, 2013

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    Roman became a slave four years earlier when he was captured fro

    Roman became a slave four years earlier when he was captured from Roman held Londinium. He has learned that life can be sweet even as the thane’s, Wulfgar, bedslave. Roman has built a place for himself that becomes threatened when Wulfgar acquires a new pet, Aron who is both beautiful and prideful.

    Aron finds himself claimed as a thrall to pay his father’s debts. Aron has never been with a man before nor does he wish to be with one now but since he is forced to be a thrall he has no choice but to accept the will of his thane.

    Roman finds himself threatened, intrigued and frightened by Aron and the feelings Aron arouses in him. The more Roman and Aron are thrown together but fate and cunning plan the more they are unable to fight their attraction to each other. Roman and Aron form a bond that becomes greater than any claim made on them both by others. They are also determined to find a way that they can have some happiness together no matter what the cost is even if it ultimately means their lives.



    This is a really well written story that will pull readers in and will not let them go until the very last page. This has some great twists in it that keeps the story moving along and have readers wondering what could possible happen next. The story also brings that time period to life and gives readers a small glimpse of what life was like for slaves and thrall. While at times the readers will find themselves wishing to knock some sense into both Roman and Aron they will equally enjoy reading how Roman and Aron find their way to each other. This one will also have readers eagerly reaching for the sequel to it.

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    Posted May 11, 2012

    Gingerblaze

    Ok then.....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 11, 2012

    Dovesong

    HOOPLA!!!! XF haha it has one buck tooth!!!

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