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FREE PDF õ BOOK Wanderer's Heart ñ THOM LANE ¸ [Reading] ➼ Wanderer's Heart Author Thom Lane – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Norton is a wanderer rejected by family and community headed for the great city of Amaranth because he can think of nowhere else to go He encounters a pretty slave boy struggling with a log too Norton is a wanderer rejected by family and community headed for the great city of Amaranth because he can think of nowhere else to go He encounters a pretty slave boy struggling with a log too heavy to lift and stops to help him This earns RE READ Jan 2020It's a delicious little addition to the Tales of Amaranth series It's shorter than most previous books there's not even a hint of magic or a glimpse of Master Luke and Tam And there's even no Amaranth in it Norton the titular 'Wanderer' is heading towards Amaranth and that's the only arc here but I don't mind it at all ;Of course Norton and his new sweet boy Kim are adorable together and the cuteness of them both is leaking from the pages but this time I wanted to do justice to the Author's writing style and not to focus on the MCs ;I really have no idea who Thom Lane really is On the Author's GR website it's said that Thom LAne publishes books from many different genres under different names But his her style and worldbuilding is IMHO impeccable I loooooove how the words flow smoothly when I read them I can see smell and taste everything I FEEL like I am inside those books this world this city I think only 2 writers have so far had such an impact on my feelings and I'm talking stricly about short reads under 100 p Kim Fielding and Kasia Bacon Those ladies can also create fantasy worlds that affect me in all the good ways ;All in all my 'visits' to Amaranth have always been an immense pleasure and I'm always looking forward to next books set in this slightly mediaeval slightly kinky veeeery 'harsh sweet' worldIn Wanderer's Heart Thom Lane creates a delighful compact Gypsy like nomad tent camp with all its workings and uirks And I simply fell in love with Norton Kim and Jefer and Shani and all the other nomads even if their names were only briefly mentioned Kudos to the AuthorORIGINAL REVIEW Oh how I missed Amaranth and its sweetbold slaves and harshaffectionate Masters ;

Wanderer's HeartNorton is a wanderer rejected by family and community headed for the great city of Amaranth because he can think of nowhere else to go He encounters a pretty slave boy struggling with a log too heavy to lift and stops to help him This earns RE READ Jan 2020It's a delicious little addition to the Tales of Amaranth series It's shorter than most previous books there's not even a hint of magic or a glimpse of Master Luke and Tam And there's even no Amaranth in it Norton the titular 'Wanderer' is heading towards Amaranth and that's the only arc here but I don't mind it at all ;Of course Norton and his new sweet boy Kim are adorable together and the cuteness of them both is leaking from the pages but this time I wanted to do justice to the Author's writing style and not to focus on the MCs ;I really have no idea who Thom Lane really is On the Author's GR website it's said that Thom LAne publishes books from many different genres under different names But his her style and worldbuilding is IMHO impeccable I loooooove how the words flow smoothly when I read them I can see smell and taste everything I FEEL like I am inside those books this world this city I think only 2 writers have so far had such an impact on my feelings and I'm talking stricly about short reads under 100 p Kim Fielding and Kasia Bacon Those ladies can also create fantasy worlds that affect me in all the good ways ;All in all my 'visits' to Amaranth have always been an immense pleasure and I'm always looking forward to next books set in this slightly mediaeval slightly kinky veeeery 'harsh sweet' worldIn Wanderer's Heart Thom Lane creates a delighful compact Gypsy like nomad tent camp with all its workings and uirks And I simply fell in love with Norton Kim and Jefer and Shani and all the other nomads even if their names were only briefly mentioned Kudos to the AuthorORIGINAL REVIEW Oh how I missed Amaranth and its sweetbold slaves and harshaffectionate Masters ;

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Wanderer's Heart È Y than a collar and chains but Norton’s eyes are still on the far horizons and leaving the clan will break his slave boy’s heart There seems to be no answer that can leave them both happy And then raiders from another clan steal Kim away This was a nice little story but there was no magic and I missed that TEXT Ý Wanderer's Heart Ô Thom Lane

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Thom Lane Ô Wanderer's Heart DOC Him a welcome from the boy Kim’s nomad clan and an invitation to a funeral feast for the log is destined for the pyre of Kim’s late master Kim is given to Norton in an act of casual generosity and a night of passion bonds the two strongl I uite enjoyed this captivating addition to the ‘Tales of Amaranth’ series where a lone wanderer Norton encounters a young slave boy Kim and finds friendship romance and A beautifully woven tale rich in nuance top notch world building and character development and an exuisite love story Exotic Erotic Sweet with Heat Magical WinnerWhile this novella measures out to 70 pages it is amazingly fulfilling I found myself swept to the isolated camp of a nomadic tribe and sat fireside as they pay tribute to an elder tribesman's burial rites I won’t reveal additional events of the story because the experience of its unfolding is a part of this book’s charm I will say that both Norton and Kim are extraordinary characters and all of the tale’s supporting players are eually enjoyable in their various roles The story is enchanting highly original eventful and ripe with emotional strife but it is the writing and word choice that brings this tale to the next level In its entirety the book is a sublime and tasty meal; each word and line carefully crafted organic seasonings Its passages evokes succulent visual images and I greedily stuffed myself on each magical reveal Invigorated by the marvelous cacophony of beauty that infused the tale I at times smiled chuckled and welled up at the “music” of two men master and slave longing for the impossible and the redemption that followed S Sooo goodA final note I often imagine Amaranth akin to a region like Cimmeria of Robert E Howard’s Conan tales with towering mountain ranges densely forested lands windswept deserts and lush fertile valleys Sporadically populated by tiny villages cities and towns nomadic tribes wander the land hunting trading and the like The peoples are divided into classes freeman and slaveFreemen are called Master and the series primarily devotes itself to the relationship between master and slave as they undergo mini adventures Sometimes the exploits involve danger and magic and other times the tales spotlight simpler stories that reveal gorgeous details of the politically charged world of Amaranth a land rife with possibility Always there is the boy the master the electric charge of passion and the dizzying climb to erotic romantic love But each story is distinct and serves as a sparkling facet of the gem that is the Amaranth series I strongly recommend this story and the series to fantasy lovers most especially but also to all who love man on man love in exotic settings WondrousThank you Thom Lane for another splendid journey to AmaranthNOTE This book was provided by Loose Id for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews