Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Fantasy, Gay, Menage
The kingdom of Teruna sits on the precipice of war with the neighboring lands of Kandor. Teruna’s King Feolin already suffers greatly from the wounds of previous wars. He is determined his son Prince Tanish won’t follow in his footsteps. Relations with the kingdom of Vancor on their far border are strong. A marriage is proposed between Prince Tanish and the Vancor heir, Sorran.
Within the lands of Teruna reside the Seruani who are randomly taken from their homes at seventeen and trained in the sexual arts. Once their education is complete they service all manner of paying clients. The Serunai must wear red robes around others and worst of all they are treated as the lowest caste, unable to ever interact with their family again.
The most alluring of Seruani live within the Teruna palace and service the royal family. Prince Tanish was trained by a Seruan called Feyar. Over time Prince Tanish and Feyar did the unthinkable. They fell in love.
When the King and Queen of Vancor arrive Prince Tanish is stunned to learn that the royal heir is male. Tanish is caught between a rock and a hard place when King Feolin insists that Feyar teach the newly arrived virginal Sorran until the wedding in thirty days.
Jealousy is tearing at Tanish each night as Feyar educates Sorran who is unaware of their bond. If only the lovers knew of the secrets the Vancor prince keeps within perhaps the pain would end and a bright future begin. Or, perhaps not.
A brilliant, provocative love story. A Bond of Three is a rich blend of romance, fantasy, and taunt drama. Eroticism at its purist, heartbreaking miscommunication, and the strength of the human spirit make A Bond of Three impossible to resist. This wholly unique setting enriches the tale, yet at its heart Tanish , Feyar, and Sorran are the stars. Their emotional bonds absolutely shine. An original love story, A Bond of Three satisfies on every level. Also, don’t be put off by the unusual names or terms, they aren’t difficult to understand once the story unfolds.