The Floating World

The Floating World Kai has been trained all his life to serve a great lady so when he is sent to serve one it is considered quite an honor The honor doesn t seem to mean much though as he starts his new life becaus

  • Title: The Floating World
  • Author: Wheeler Scott
  • ISBN: 9781933389479
  • Page: 354
  • Format: ebook
  • Kai has been trained all his life to serve a great lady, so when he is sent to serve one, it is considered quite an honor The honor doesn t seem to mean much, though, as he starts his new life, because the lady has little use for him Kai soon realizes he s nothing than a puppet in a game he has no control over That s not his only problem When bandit Chojiro kidnapKai has been trained all his life to serve a great lady, so when he is sent to serve one, it is considered quite an honor The honor doesn t seem to mean much, though, as he starts his new life, because the lady has little use for him Kai soon realizes he s nothing than a puppet in a game he has no control over That s not his only problem When bandit Chojiro kidnaps him to use as a bargaining piece in a very private negotiation, Kai finds himself in the awkward position of desiring his captor, wanting to be with Chojiro than he wants to serve his lady Wrapped up in a dangerous game of cat and mouse, will Kai find a way to happiness, or is he destined to be a pawn forever

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    1. I wasn't sure what I was getting into when I started this. Based on the summary, I think I was expecting some kind of overly eroticized slavery scenario, and I have a history of finding those terribly unsexy. I've had some great experiences with this writer, though, so I was willing to give it a try.I'm glad I did. This is one of the most fascinating invented universes I've ever read, basically a society modeled on the traditional Japanese values of honor and obedience, only with the genders rev [...]

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