Cethe – Kindle edition by Becca Abbott. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and. Cethe By Becca Abbott. SL Publishing Group. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination . Read “Cethe (Yaoi)” by Becca Abbott with Rakuten Kobo. Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. The most feared among them were.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The king of the land is in a drug addled haze. He needed Stefn Eldering. I must say, that the book was almost as good as the cover. The book doesn’t explore everything and I guess we will hear again from the Kingdom of Tanyrin, because the confrontation between the Church and the King isn’t resolved, there’s the marriage between Severyn and Stefn’s sister to be celebrated and so much left to be explained. Not until the coming of Arami Lothlain, King of Tanyrin and Blessed of Loth, did the rein of the nara come to a bloody end.
Stefn, knowing that their bond will replenish Michael’s energy through sex, then proceeds to make love to Michael’s nearly unconscious body and it results in him being penetrated without preparation.
Becca Abbott (Author of Cethe)
There’s something about Becca Abbott’s writing style that very likeable and appealing. Dance with the Devil. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: By the end of this fairly long novel, I was wishing for more! For me, a fast reader, it is unusual.
References to this work on external resources. He needed a man who carried the ancient blood of the cethera. I didn’t find the ending all that satisfying after ctehe this author put me through and it left me with a ton of questions left unanswered. View all 4 comments. There are lots of brutal scenes throughout the novel which I usually am fine with, provided it fits the storyline that left me feeling uncomfortable, as the ramifications of these scenes seemed to be skimmed over.
Determined to wrest the throne from his brother, Severyn intended nothing less than cehte resurrection of the ancient naragi. Cethe by Becca Abbott. Instead, the falling in love was almost indistinguishable, and mostly was a result of the magical Bond, which sucks.
Alas, times were no longer ordinary.
Cethe by Becca Abbott
So I’m hoping at some point in time that there is a second because I liked the characters and the romance it felt genuine and I enjoyed going through the journey with them. And third, the cover. However, I can’t deny – I am in love with I would love to find out what happened to Remy in the end. Hopefully that will get published in book form soon.
Tanyrin teetered on the edge of chaos. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. In the end, that honesty about the true costs is the only thing that can halt the slide to tyranny–that, and love. Yeah, I know it sounds like there is not much positive about cefhe move, yet for some reason I still liked it Stefn is a sin-eat I have waited a long time to hold a book by Becca Abbott in my hot little hands.
It’s a hard journey, full of violence and magic. Overall, a good read, if a bit lengthy. The couple does spend time getting to know one another, overcoming misinformed prejudices, uniting against evil, etc.
Mar 10, Lala rated it liked it Shelves: Despite the slow ctehe and some lagging here and there, this a well-done, entertaining read. The story, I thought, slowed down considerably around page or so, but picked up again later, though I had a feeling it abgott a little rushed towards the end. The realm was also a very interesting place to investigate.
It took me three days to get abbottt this book. The Heart of the Lost Star. Should I assume there’s a sequel in the making and the loose ends were on purpose? Of all the h’nara, his family alone was immune from the persecution of the powerful Church of Loth, protected by an babott covenant. Michael Arranz was the son of a duke and one of the despised h’naran, half-bloods cursed with the blood of the nara running through their veins.
For four hundred years But for Michael become what mankind feared most, he needed a conduit through which to take the powerful, dangerous magic of the Dark Stream. Meanwhile, seme 1 comes riding to the rescue like the proverbial knight in shining armor.
The world building was wonderful. Without it, Michael Arrantz would never have looked twice at the puny sin-catcher of Shia. It was all a huge let down in the end. I could not put this book down.