A future king. A slave’s last hope. Can a sacrifice become something more?
Ilyas wants someone he can trust. As the heir to a great kingdom, all he can count on is the treachery of his younger brothers as he protects his future throne. When he receives his latest spoils of war, he meets a slave who’s different. A slave with a hidden agenda…
Jem is the last chance for his people. Shunned by his brethren, he yearns to save them with an impossible task: kidnap Prince Ilyas and sacrifice him to Jem’s Dark God. Against all odds, he captures the prince and carts him across the frozen wasteland.
Now Jem must keep Ilyas safe for the sacrifice and push down his urges to do more than protect the heir to the throne. Ilyas knows he can’t trust the slave, but he feels like he’s finally found a man he can love. As their attraction builds, they grow closer to a god that could destroy them both.
Snowmancer is an LGBT dark fantasy novella set in a far-off kingdom. If you like unpredictable plot twists, rich descriptions, and tantalizing chemistry, then you’ll love Olivia Helling’s incredible tale of adventure, sacrifice, and love.
Buy Snowmancer to warm up to a forbidden love story today!
About the Author
Olivia Helling doesn't believe in love at first sight... but maybe, just maybe, it blossoms along a few books. That is, after all, how she fell in love with her husband.
Olivia writes about the darkness and flaws from within, the struggle with self-confidence, self-perception and fear of failure, and fantasy and historical worlds that refuse to allow love between men. So be warned: happily ever after is not guaranteed.
The protagonist and love interest don't always end up together by the end of one book. But when they finally come together, their love will be a thing of beauty.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Concept and idea were very good so unusual from the ordinary m/m novels. The author wrote very descriptively ans I always fely cold in the country of ice and snow!