- File Size: 1372 KB
- Print Length: 456 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Elin Peer (March 13, 2016)
- Publication Date: March 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CYZUFCG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,779 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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The Accidental Slave (Aya's story) (The Slave Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This was only part one of the book and I really hoped to get to read the entire thing without having to pay so much for all 3 parts. It looks like the rest of the series are complete books and hopefully the rest of this one will go on sale soon (although the author says she will send you part two for signing up for her mailing list). A very different type of dark read and not for the meek or easily offended.
**** 4 **** "her beauty is in her strength" stars
Aya is a nurse in a refugee camp, helping treat the victims of a violent religious terrorist group dedicated to upholding slavery in their country. It’s a fictionalized world, but a thinly fictionalized one. Aya is targeted for kidnapping due to her blonde hair and how happy she looks. She is sold to Jubal, an evil fighter. He isn’t just sadistic, he’s smelly and bearded (the beard is described a lot, it’s practically another character in the novel). He lives with his brother, another member of the organization, Kato. Kato and Aya had previously seen each other in the market and experienced attraction to one another. Kato is kind of sympathetic to Aya. That is, he likes her and doesn’t particularly want to see her brutalized by his brother. But he’s a fan of slavery and he doesn’t really feel inclined to do much to stop what is going on. In other words, he’ll comfort her when she is having nightmares, but he isn’t willing to do anything that will challenge his own convictions about how the world should be run to the benefit of himself. Eventually he buys her from his brother and their purity and joy of their sexual bond drives the evil and smelly Jubal to kill himself (yes, you read that right).
When it isn’t being offensive, this book is being ridiculous.
Kato and the other Masi are fighting an uphill battle. He knows it, he hates it. But if he leaves they will surely kill him. Not something he wants. When Aya is kidnapped by other Masi Warriors, he tries to protect her. To keep her from greater harm. But is that what he's really doing? He's doing the same as the other men, only more gentle and in the name of protection?
IMHO, all three of these novella's should be one big book. Not chopped up.
This novella has some dark parts. Aya and Kato were ok. I was having a love/hate relationship with Kato. Was he trying to help her? Or was he trying to win her over to his side? Look I'm not raping you. Therefore, I'm the better choice? But is he really?
This is a quick book. You get into it, the plot has action, suspense, and lust. And it's not that I didn't enjoy it, I did, but something held me back from LOVING it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quick read. Hard to put down. Just bought the next book in the series. Scenes handled with appropriate discretion. Highly RecommendedPublished 1 day ago by Frankie
They met during wartime in the middle east where men still take slaves. Helping former slaves, Aya wasn't expecting to be captured by Masi warriors while working for a charity... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Angela Dawn
Everything in the reviews is true except one thing: the whole story, not just the first part, is now included in this free book! Read morePublished 9 days ago by retired to read
I usually hate books cut into pieces, but am glad I started/stayed with this story. I've finished all three parts and feel it was worth the trouble. Read morePublished 18 days ago by GandP
These books were a first from this author for me, and I enjoyed them from start to finish. It was a slower start but then picked up once the characters starting interacting... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Angel Lee