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on October 14, 2014
I enjoyed reading Accounts: An Allis and Issak Obby Story, but wish I had read it before reading
Lovers and Beloveds (An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom Book 1). This book elaborated some questions I had. I find
MeiLin Miranda's writing style very appealing. I highly recommend this book, and encourage anyone who likes it to read more
of her writings.
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on April 10, 2011
This story is about so much more than the twins who were forced by a greedy madam to "work off" their mother's debt's after the death of their mother.

We are talking about a story that encompasses love in oh so many forms, love of family, love of freedoms, Growth and maturity. love of dynasty, love of deities, and love of destiny.

We get to follow a young man as he learns to cope with his coming of age, in a world where suddenly magic is real and the Gods are far more than just names that are worshiped. And he discovers that his family is far more complex then he had ever known, even as he discovers that he himself and his desires and needs are far more complex then he ever thought or suspected... As his innocence leaves him can Prince Temmin master the complex schemes with in schemes that are part and parcel of life at court and to a much greater extent how the Gods themselves operate in the human world??

IMO a great must read
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on April 8, 2011
When a whore house madam forces one of "her girls" to give her twin children to pay an insurmountable debt, she get's what she's due in the end. A well written story of abuse and retribution. A side story that blends in with Lovers and Beloveds: An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom
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