The Price of Mercy

The Price of Mercy

by Gloria Oliver

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BN ID: 2940012602565
Publisher: Zumaya Publications LLC
Publication date: 05/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 975 KB

About the Author

Gloria Oliver lives in Texas making sure to stay away from rolling tumbleweeds, freak storms, and bowing to the wishes of her feline masters. She is the author of In the Service of Samurai, Vassal of El, Cross-eyed Dragon Troubles, and Willing Sacrifice, all fantasy and YA fantasy novels. She is a member in good standing of EPIC and BroadUniverse, but hasn’t yet made it onto the list for Cat Slaves R Us.

For sample chapters and more information, please come visit her at www.gloriaoliver.com

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Draak on LibraryThing 8 months ago
Jarrin was forced to become a gigolo to a lusty baroness. When the baroness finds a new lover she lets Jarrin go but gives him some money and an invitation to the imperial ball. He goes in search of a new patroness. In the garden he meets a woman he thinks will take him in but in the end he leaves her with only a stolen kiss. The next day he is being sought after for treason, the crime, he deflowered the emperor's daughter. His punishment is to live life as one of the twelve, a monster, in the service of the emperor.This book was such a surprise. I was fully prepared to hate the princess, the emperor, the twelve and everybody else except Jarrin, and instead found myself liking all of them. Well except the bad guy. I liked the fact that Jarrin does not stay in monster form for the whole book. I loved taking the journey with Jarrin as he comes to understand why he was accused and see how he comes to terms with what he is. I love the ending and hope that this is the first of many in a series with these characters. I can't say enough good things about this book.