My Brother's Keeper

My Brother s Keeper How far will one brother go to save the twin he loves For fifteen years Ciaran s been alone Without his brother his twin the luxuries of his adopted home are stale and meaningless When the lies con

  • Title: My Brother's Keeper
  • Author: Denise Kendrick R.D. Solange
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: ebook
  • How far will one brother go to save the twin he loves For fifteen years, Ciaran s been alone Without his brother, his twin, the luxuries of his adopted home are stale and meaningless When the lies concerning his brother s death are shattered by a chance picture in the paper, Ciaran gives up his new life in a flash, venturing out of his safe cocoon in the hopes of pickingHow far will one brother go to save the twin he loves For fifteen years, Ciaran s been alone Without his brother, his twin, the luxuries of his adopted home are stale and meaningless When the lies concerning his brother s death are shattered by a chance picture in the paper, Ciaran gives up his new life in a flash, venturing out of his safe cocoon in the hopes of picking up where he and Malik left off 15 years earlier But he soon finds the idyllic land where they once spent whole days happily rolling in the grass is no longer.For Malik, the years have been cruel, and a cold reception awaits Ciaran in his brother s new, sexually charged world Thrown into irons, Ciaran is thrust into the role of playing pleasure slave to a brother who refuses to speak of the past He must be patient, playing along and keeping the true nature of their relationship secret, in order to reach beyond the Malik s cold exterior and heal the tortured secrets he hides Only then can they rekindle the special bond they shared as children.

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    1. 3.5 starsThis book got off to a great start, with one twin becoming a slave to the other after a 15 year separation. I saw so much potential for a compelling story since Malik initially seemed to hold quite a grudge against Ciaran for abandoning him all those years ago. It even felt vaguely reminiscent of Captive Prince. Unfortunately, it fell short of my expectations.I was hoping for something dark, considering the scenario, but Malik didn't hang onto his anger for very long at all. (view spoil [...]

    2. I cannot decide how I feel about this novel. First: The world building confused me, never knowing in what era or area the story took place. Futuristic? Dystopian? Present? Past. I needed to know the who/what/where/why/when to become one with the story. Second: pacing. I'm a stickler for pacing. Too slow and I lose interest, too fast and I'm confused- either way, I don't care. I like something in the middle. Drawn out doesn't do it for me unless you engross me and too fast and I don't connect wit [...]

    3. Would love to read book. Clicked on link to author website. I tells me I need a user name and password. I have tried 6 other sites to find book but no help. Someone please let me know where I can find this book and the rest of the series. Thanks. :)

    4. 3.5 stars.This book started great. The first half was very good. It had a good plot and the relationship between Ciaran and Malik was great. It kind of reminded me of Captive Prince.The second half, though, took a completely different turn. It became sloppy and the ending was a bit childish.(view spoiler)[I mean, if it was going to be that easy, and no one was going to punish Malik for killing their king, why not kill Kava a lot earlier and spare Ciaran all the slave training he clearly didn't l [...]

    5. I actually read this about a year ago, but I skimmed through it last night and realized I had liked it more than most of the things I've read since then. That being said, there were some weird things that made this three stars. First off, Dashi. (view spoiler)[He was like a lobotomized sex toy, and it creeped me the fuck out. As much as Dax may have "loved" him, I just couldn't buy that Dashi had enough agency to love back. I could have bought Dax and Malik being okay with things, but I felt lik [...]

    6. 3/5 I must admit that I had a very different expectation for this book from the synopsis. A slave twincest book? I was bracing myself for tortures, and heavy angst. Their relationship is a lot gentler than expected. In fact most of the angst come from Malik's past. The lack of introduction to the setting does caused quite an amount of confusing, but once I got a grasp of it everything started to fall into place. Overall the plot is fairly solid, however it does a get a bit drag on in the the lat [...]

    7. Great book, it is now only available through the author's website for free here is the link- slightlyslashy/archiveThere is a prequel to this (Triangulations) that you really need to read to understand so much of this book, along with three other stories after this book which are all free at the author's page.All of these books are free on the author's web page, or just click on the url.This is the order of the stories. TriangulationsMy Brother's KeeperDex and Dashi Short StoriesCommitment

    8. Amazing book. A perfect romance, whether it has incest or not. Beautiful writing, characters, world, plot I loved it all the way through and I would have no problem reading a second and third book about those two. Too bad the book isn't available any more. Slightlytricky helped me get my hands on a copy and I couldn't be more grateful. She's one of the two awesome authors and I salute both their efforts. I am, now and forever more, a fan.

    9. Amazing novelI think everyone should read it those who like Master and Slave relationship and brothers loveAfter a long time i read a very very nice novel.

    10. It started out promising,intense,I can't wait to see what would happen next,but when I reached part Ⅲ,it just lost its appeal,fell flat and boring.

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