Interplanetary Slave: Arcada of Ecryon [NOOK Book]

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In the star system, Ecryon, women are kept as slaves as a way of life. Terenth, heir to the Ecryon throne, punishes his own slave, Arcada, by sending her to distant planets to fight for her life whenever she displeases him. Arcada is forced to travel to Earth where she finds herself bound to serve the whims of a demanding prince who insists she take on a dangerous mission.

But when it is decreed that Terenth must marry another before Arcada ...
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Interplanetary Slave: Arcada of Ecryon

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Overview

In the star system, Ecryon, women are kept as slaves as a way of life. Terenth, heir to the Ecryon throne, punishes his own slave, Arcada, by sending her to distant planets to fight for her life whenever she displeases him. Arcada is forced to travel to Earth where she finds herself bound to serve the whims of a demanding prince who insists she take on a dangerous mission.

But when it is decreed that Terenth must marry another before Arcada returns, Terenth, realizing his profound love for his slave, travels to Earth to try to convince her to marry him first. To stay together, Arcada must survive her task and Terenth must do more than exert his ownership over her, he must give her his heart.

60,000 words.

This novel contains explicit sexual passages and adult content.

A free, short (1900 word) introduction, titled INTERPLANETARY SLAVE: Arcada of Balinth, which details how Terenth and Arcada first met at an interplanetary slave auction twelve years earlier, is available at www.templefiction.com.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013063693
  • Publisher: Makai Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/1/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 376,696
  • File size: 363 KB

Meet the Author

Tasha began writing when she was a child and completed her first screenplay when she was just seven years old. She continued to write profusely throughout her childhood and into her adult years, winning awards for her short stories.

Tasha originally hailed from the West Coast, graduated from the University of Alaska and made Anchorage her home where she practiced as an attorney. After moving to Hawaii, Tasha decided to turn her complete attention to her true love of writing fiction. She now writes from her home on Maui and routinely draws inspiration from the beautiful Hawaiian scenery.

Tasha is a hopeless romantic, devoted to love and happy endings. Her novels are always steamy, sensual, adventurous and suspenseful. She enjoys exploring different genres and you are likely to find her characters making their way in an exciting variety of times, settings and even worlds. Tasha loves crafting romantic fiction and hopes that you have as much fun reading her books as she does writing them.

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  • Posted September 20, 2011

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    4.5 stars

    BRIEF SUMMARY
    Arcada is a slave on the planet of Ecryon. She has been Terenth's slave for twelve years on this planet. Terenth is the prince on Ecryon; when Arcada displeases him, he sends her to another planet as punishment. While Arcada is away, Terenth is being forced to marry by his father to someone he doesn't want. He needs to find Arcada because he has come to see her as more than a slave.

    THOUGHTS
    This was enjoyable as well as a little different. The book preview does not do this book justice. The book was packed with action with a good plot that kept your interested until the end. While the story is about Acrada and Terenth, the author gave us three different story lines that were all connected and blended well together. We also got characters like Zacrius, Seneca, and Seraph that added more spice to the read. Arcada was definitely a strong female, while Terenth was a strong Alpha male. This isn't your typical romance novel of boy meets girl; it surely had romance but I personally think it was added with a twist for readers. Everything about this book for me was done differently and that's what made it exciting and entertaining to read. Lets just say the love was spread around in this book and it was done in a very pleasing way. This was a good and detailed story. The book contains explicit sex, and may be a bit harsh for some that could or may find the read offensive. Once given the opportunity as a read I think the reader would love this story.

    I definitely think if you are a reader who takes risk and is very adventurous with reading, this book will not disappoint. 4.5 stars for me but very close to a 5.

    Story: GOOD
    Intimacy: VERY GOOD
    Enjoyment: GOOD

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    Wow!

    This book is very sexy. This is the third book I've read from this author and I like her style. Terenth and Arcada's relationship is intense and steamy and Arcada makes a great heroine. I also enjoyed the other romances in the book, including the food scene (whew!). The action never seemed to stop. It was alot of fun to read and pretty hot too.

    6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2012

    I hope the author writes a follow up to this book! i love the st

    I hope the author writes a follow up to this book! i love the story and the characters.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2012

    Loved it!

    Loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2012

    The author does a great job of mixing sci-fi and BDSM. I really

    The author does a great job of mixing sci-fi and BDSM. I really liked the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 28, 2011

    Horrible

    I didnt like Terenth and Aracada's relationship. I didnt like how she let him treat her. Ive read some "sub and dom" type books but this one was a bit harsher. I found it disgusting that terenth would send aracada into dangerous situations and make her fend for herself and while she stated she had been raped during one of his "games" he just lectured snd criticized her afterwards-how disgusting. Terenth was harsh and unsexy and only called aracada slave. While aracada acted like she couldnt blink terenth wasnt in her life, super depedent on this man who sends u everywhere and doesnt even bother to see how you are? and u keep returning to him? This book completely disgusted me, their relationship was intense, dramatic, ridiculous, degrading, and disgusting. I shouldve passed on this book :-(

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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