Slaves of Love (Sexy Futuristic Sheikh Romance)

Slaves of Love (Sexy Futuristic Sheikh Romance)

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by Opal Carew
     
 
From bestselling author, Opal Carew, whose books regularly appear in Amazon's Top 100 Contemporary Romance bestseller list and Top 100 Erotic bestsellers list. Her story THREE also hit #15 on Barnes & Noble's overall bestsellers list.

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When Shena betrayed Keern, he swore revenge. Now she is his slave…

Shena is a pawn to her father&

Overview

From bestselling author, Opal Carew, whose books regularly appear in Amazon's Top 100 Contemporary Romance bestseller list and Top 100 Erotic bestsellers list. Her story THREE also hit #15 on Barnes & Noble's overall bestsellers list.

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When Shena betrayed Keern, he swore revenge. Now she is his slave…

Shena is a pawn to her father’s desire to extend his holdings. She’s known neither kindness nor love, until one fateful day when she meets Keern. In a few passionate hours together, he teaches her what it means to feel loved and protected. She would do anything to protect him from her father’s greed, but in a moment of weakness, she reveals Keern’s identity and sets in motion a series of events that lead to his brother’s death and her sale as a slave.

Keern believes Shena betrayed him. When she plays the venomous shrew to push him away and keep him safe, he falls for the act and grows to hate her. When his brother dies, he swears his revenge and tracks her all the way to the auction blocks. He purchases her for his slave, but will he find satisfaction for his rage or will the overwhelming sexual attraction they share make him her slave instead?

Length: 31,500 words

Editorial Reviews

Romance Junkies - Carol -
4.5 Blue Ribbons!
SLAVES OF LOVE is an erotic and slightly voyeuristic treat. Find out if Shena can convince Keern of her innocence before it is too late by reading this enticing story.
The Romance Studio - Julia -
4 Hearts!
It's fast paced, exciting, and there is a lot of sex… Slaves of Love is one of those books that will have you thinking long after you get done…
Cupid's Library Reviews - Kim -
[Opal Carew] has done a great job in developing a well-written story about the healing power of love. The passion they share and the love that is built between them is very romantic as well as heart-warming. This book is for all the hopeless romantics. I know they will enjoy this as much as I did.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012982711
Publisher:
Opal Carew
Publication date:
04/19/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
175,797
File size:
229 KB

Meet the Author

Opal Carew is a bestselling author who writes 3 books a year for St. Martin’s Press, plus shorter fiction for other publishers, such as Samhain Publishing, Red Sage, and more recently has begun to indie publish original and out-of-print stories.

Opal was named "Fresh Face of Erotic Fiction 2009" and her books have won the Golden Quill, Award of Excellence and the Golden Leaf Award, and been finalists for the National Readers' Choice Award, HOLT Medallion, Laurel Wreath Award, Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence, and Passionate Plume Award.

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Slaves of Love 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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Whstever U still there tjough Or sre you asleep
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archiethompson5656 More than 1 year ago
I don't like to rag on a book but this one was a major disappointment. The plot was predictable and the hero and heroine so hackneyed that honest to god I've heard more arousing pillow talk on the Mike Huckabee show. And don't even get me started on the "futuristic" names these characters were given. In the end I didn't give a damn if Shena and Keern got together, I was rooting for them to just kill each other in some grand comical way that would provide at least one memorable scene for the book.