A Rose Among the Ruins

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Dreamspinner Press, Aug 27, 2009 - Fiction - 105 pages
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After almost a generation of war, peace has come at last through the political marriage of a Mordyn princess to the prince of Ageselm. While escorting the bride, comrades-in-arms Rhicer and Kanath inadvertently drink a love potion intended for the newlyweds-and find themselves dealing with newfound desire for one another. As they struggle with their growing connection in a culture that despises same-sex love, Rhicer and Kanath face a terrible decision: give in to the social mores of their time and abandon love or answer the call of their hearts and leave Ageselm forever.

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User Review  - vamp - Goodreads

A quick, enjoyable read in one of my favourite settings (the historical inspired fantasy). The constant headhopping was a little jarring. I would have preferred a little mystery to be held back rather ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kanda Yu - Goodreads

I love how resistant they are about their feelings in the beginning. They couldn't even thing about being with each other, but of corse the love passion was stronger than there stubbornness. In the ... Read full review

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