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by Ann Somerville

  • ISBN: 1605045500
  • Author: Ann Somerville
  • ePub ver: 1904 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1904 kb
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 272
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing (February 2, 2010)
  • Formats: docx doc rtf mobi
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Erotica
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He thought about waking his lover but considered it kinder to let him rest. He kissed his forehead and slipped out of the room.

He thought about waking his lover but considered it kinder to let him rest. Gil, Ferdi and the two servant boys were at breakfast, so Yveni didn’t. speak about Paole or about his plans. Instead the talk was of when the women and children would come back, and when the city would return to normal. Yveni ate and let the others carry the conversation. You’ll come with me this morning?. Yveni asked Gil when he’d finished eating.

Many Roads Home - Ann Somerville. I’ll take our papers and book the passage. Supper’s in the dining room here. The only sound in the cabin now was the rattle of Mathias’s breathing. The fire in the hearth had died down to little more than embers some time ago. Paole could have gone over and built it up, but the old man wouldn’t release his hand, and Paole couldn’t deny him this small comfort for the sake of a warmer fire. Mathias strained to lift his head a little from the pillow. Don’t let anyone in. Keep the door locked. I’ll knock like this. He tapped out a quick double beat.

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Title: Many Roads Home (BL Novel) Author: Ann Somerville. Plot: No trust without truth. Fleeing his murderous brother-in-law, Vicont Yveni, heir to the Duchy of Sardelsa, seeks safety abroad until he can reclaim his birthright

Title: Many Roads Home (BL Novel) Author: Ann Somerville. Fleeing his murderous brother-in-law, Vicont Yveni, heir to the Duchy of Sardelsa, seeks safety abroad until he can reclaim his birthright. Instead he ends up shipwrecked, captured and taken to the one country where he dare not reveal his identity. Worse, he's just been bought by a man with no love for Sardelsa. Ripped from his family as a child and sold into slavery, Paole's natural gift for healing made him a valuable asset but did little to shield him from abuse and prejudice.

Vicont Yveni, fleeing danger, is captured by slavers and sold to a man who hates his country. Paole, a healer, was enslaved as a child and suffered much abuse. Hating the loneliness of his new freedom, he seeks an apprentice, but ends up with a sulky, dishonest slave. Two stubborn individuals struggle for control, but find love. If Yveni reclaims his birthright, can their relationship survive? More.

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No trust without truth.

Fleeing his murderous brother-in-law, Vicont Yveni, heir to the Duchy of Sardelsa, seeks safety abroad until he can reclaim his birthright. Instead he ends up shipwrecked, captured and taken to the one country where he dare not reveal his identity. Worse, he’s just been bought by a man with no love for Sardelsa.

Ripped from his family as a child and sold into slavery, Paole’s natural gift for healing made him a valuable asset but did little to shield him from abuse and prejudice. Though he’s now free, for the first time in his life he’s alone—and he hates it. All he wanted was an apprentice and traveling companion in this hostile land. Instead he winds up the unintentional owner of a slave with a mulish attitude…and a suspicious history.

Yveni dares not tell the truth about who he is, and Paole refuses to trust him until he comes clean. The battle of wills only serves to heat up a sizzling attraction that throws a new complication into the mix: love.

Paole wants acceptance. Yveni wants his birthright. Even if they manage to come to an understanding, forces are gathering against them that could tear them apart forever…

Warning: Virginal angsting, interminable UST, and tender loving.

Comments (3)

Runemane
Admittedly, I've read a few books by this author: DARSHIAN TALES and DIFFERENT SENSES. The DARSHIAN TALES were an enjoyable pleasure to read. DIFFERENT SENSES I liked but not with overwhelming enthusiasm. Now, MANY ROADS HOME had a good feel to it. Usually, this author has our two main characters disliking each other and than developing an intense positive relationship. In this instance the dislike didn't last too long giving us a more enriching association.

Transitions were smooth and pace was well done giving the reader enough and yet not too much. The mixture of magic and modern technology blended well in the book. I had no issue getting involved in the story.

The tackling of an older man (ten year difference) with a younger was handled as normal. Also, I thought it interesting that even when Paole was single he found intimacy with younger men(the suggestion was the younger men used him for training before marriage).Anyhow, it's nice to see an author paying attention to the need for release when single. My only objection is that the prince(Yveni) felt not complete unless he lost his virginity to Paole. It seemed that there was a standard female/male role in the bedroom when both could express versatility(I have noticed some women writers tend to forget this).

Yes, I would recommend this book. Personally, I saw the prince's attractiveness but could not really get a good vibe for Paole. Ah, but it doesn't detract from the story as a whole. It's probably more to do with preferences in my own head.
Ohatollia
Awesome. One of my favorite Somerville novels - can't decide whether I like this one or Interstitial best. At the moment, this one wins, for its tenderness and vivid, vivid love affair, and the real quality of every character in the book, but especially Paole and Yveni. There is such a wonderful warmth to this story. It has the qualities of a comfort read, a story you want to read over again. Keeper-shelf quality.

The devotion and affection that develops slowly and sweetly between the heroes (the main two, I should say. There are more than two heroes in this story - that is to say, more than two characters who rise to the occasion and do the right thing) just left me so happy at the end. This is the kind of romance I look for in m/m fiction. Two men, very different, who fall in love so convincingly, you'd think the author was relating a true-life story. Loved their banter, loved the way they took care of each other, and loved the way they brought out the best in each other. That is my ideal in m/m.
Falya
This was an excellent story that travelled some well trod paths without leaving you thinking oh....I remember this..or that as you walk by with the characters. The adept use of the human propensity for not knowing self...was a refreshing and well executed part of the tensions that left the reader wondering where it would go...as often happens in real life. The ultimate question of what happens when two worlds collide in the persons of Paole and Yveni is a bit like the wondering whodunit in a murder mystery. All in all a great read if you like tales set in another world about folks who are all to like us.

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