Royal Surrender

Royal Surrender Prince Amory longs to find his true love N stor Awada wants to be a servant no longer Both yearn to find the man with whom they could fall in love Each doubts their dream will come true When word reac

  • Title: Royal Surrender
  • Author: Perci T. Brooks
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Prince Amory longs to find his true love.N stor Awada wants to be a servant no longer.Both yearn to find the man with whom they could fall in love.Each doubts their dream will come true.When word reaches Amory that his father is mistreating a new servant, he goes to save him.Prince and servant try to fight their growing feelings for each other to no avail.But is their lovePrince Amory longs to find his true love.N stor Awada wants to be a servant no longer.Both yearn to find the man with whom they could fall in love.Each doubts their dream will come true.When word reaches Amory that his father is mistreating a new servant, he goes to save him.Prince and servant try to fight their growing feelings for each other to no avail.But is their love strong enough to breach the chasm forced on them by society

    One thought on “Royal Surrender”

    1. I'm going to be straightforward hereThis story reads like a 3th grader's re-telling of whatever 3th graders read today, which is to say the writing style was so straight-to-the-point that it was dry as a desert air, and was as emotional as an auditor's report (i.e. not at all, in case some auditor who is really passionate about his job is reading this review). Any attempts at creating some kind of conflict fell flat and the same can be said for plot and character development. Really, there's not [...]

    2. I’ve never read a book by Perci T. Brooks and I feel so bad because I wanted so much to like this story. Sadly, it was not meant to be. This was a story that lacked passion and trying way too hard. It reads like "My first MM" and I just couldn’t lose myself in it. Not even a little. Prince Amory made his home a sanctuary for the LGBT people in his father’s Kingdom. He falls in love with a servant his father was abusing and after many confrontations with his father Amory loses everything. T [...]

    3. I'm not generally a fan of the M/M genre but I am a fangirl of those few authors that specialize in this field and infuse their characters with undeniable depth and purpose that I can't help but dive in. I've read Ms. Brooks' other two self published short stories, each a sweet read with their own magic. And honestly, I have to say her growth between both those tales and this one, is extraordinary. She's an apprentice in an art no one truly masters but gives her best, every time, and is committe [...]

    4. 2.5 starsWhen I first read the premise of this story, I was intrigued. The story itself is interesting and engaging, but I had issues with the author's writing style. It seemed sterile and lacked feeling at times, and there were numerous short sentences that gave a staccato feel to the flow. I enjoyed all of the main characters, but wished I could have learned more about them. Readers received short spurts of exposition, but I was always left wanting more. While Amory and Néstor were the focus [...]

    5. Royal Surrender provides an interesting premise. It is an easy, light read that makes it perfect for a cold evening by the fire. I perhaps would have liked to have seen it turned into a longer work, with greater build-up before the relationship and as a lead-in to the grand finale; however, as it stands it is a pleasant short read for those who like simple tales in the fantasy-historical genre.Disclaimer: I was involved in the production of this title.

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