Princess Ces'alena

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Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, May 30, 2008 - Fiction - 473 pages
3 Reviews
Book one revolves around the world of Manny and Lena, as they struggle to live and love in a world where such passion, loyalty and devotion between a master and his slave is forbidden and taboo. Together with every breath they take, they go against convention to keep true what they deeply feel between them. A desire, an obsession so strong, they will pay the price of hell to stay together. Their story, is a real love story! As many readers have stated, it is one you won't soon forget! A quote from a reader."I have to say, that in the genre of IR fiction, romance - Mercedes Keyes is a breath of fresh air! The depth of passion between these two characters is heartrending. Princess Ces' alena is truly a superior read!!! I look forward to the rest of the series." C.Gnatt

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Review: Princess Ces'alena (Webster Fields Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Kimberly Strickland - Goodreads

Wow! Really enjoyed this book. I couldn't put it down. It evoked all types of emotions. Great story telling. Read full review

Review: Princess Ces'alena (Webster Fields Trilogy #1)

User Review  - Alexandria - Goodreads

I was unfortunately unable to finish reading this book, though it was both interesting and beautifully delivered. It's too heavy a read for me at the moment. I'll probably come back to it in the ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

African-American author, Mercedes Keyes - born in Mississippi, grew up in Chicago, traveled the US living in various central and east coast locations. Her first works were the Webster Fields Trilogy, written 1986, followed by Aphrodisiac. She then began Bomaw, just to keep writing. Find her on Facebook with "Amber Swann Publishing Inc." Google+ Mercedes Keyes, Twitter @mercyk, Goodreads and SheWrites. Or her website, amberswann.com - Current project, Saoirse...

One of our finest narrative historians, especially on imperial subjects, Lawrence James is the author of The Rise and Fall of the British Empire, Raj, and The Aristocrats. He lives near Oxford.

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