Cethe – Kindle edition by Becca Abbott. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and. Cethe By Becca Abbott. SL Publishing Group. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination . Read “Cethe (Yaoi)” by Becca Abbott with Rakuten Kobo. Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. The most feared among them were.
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He needed Stefn Eldering. I was absolutely devastated with the ending of this book! I have not been so we It took me three days to get through this book. Stefn Eldering was the youngest son of the Earl of Shia, the last in a long, proud line of demon hunters. The next thing I didn’t like or maybe it wasn’t properly explained was the explanation of how the lethet could be removed “should the heart of the cethe turn away from his lord, he can easily remove the lethet and be bedca.
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It’s a hard ccethe, full of violence and magic. Michael Arranz was the son of a duke and one of the despised h’naran, half-bloods cursed with the blood of the nara running through their veins. This book too me to a place that few books are able to bring me to. Stefn had just been brutally gang-raped, when Michael rescues him. Want to Read saving…. This doesn’t bother me, but if you’re squeamish, well, you’ve been notified.
The basic arc is, however, a secondary one. I’ll definitely check out the author’s other works. You know, with the rape-love thing going on.
Michael belongs to a family of witches, but he’s more powerful bscca everyone else and he needs to bond with Stefn to expand his powers. Alas, times were no longer ordinary. He was also a sin-catcher, living proof of God’s displeasure, the shame of his existence atonement for the sins of his ancestors.
Human-like, but not cetbe, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. I also wanted a solution of some kind for Severyn.
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Uke goes into crisis. It would be easier to list the things I didn’t like about this story than the things I did, but that wouldn’t be very nice, would it? There are some brutal scenes of torture, including rape. Stefn was raped by Michael in the beginning to make him his cethe, and fair enough, after almost no time passed Stefn acts towards him as if nothing happened and it didn’t bother him at all.
Tanyrin teetered on the edge of chaos. Famine stalked the land. At the same time, he like a hero from a second-rate thriller was immune to it – emerging – as it looks like – out of the ashes, fire and smoke. It was easier and more comfortable for me to read.
I just wanted them to slow down and explo 3. Hopefully that will get published in book form soon. The religious fanaticism and cultural backstory added to the richness of the world building. Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. The book doesn’t wrap everything up in a neat little bow and that bothered me.
I didn’t find the ending all that satisfying after everything this author put me through and it left me with a ton of questions left unanswered. The most feared among them were their naragi, sorcerers whose power was all but invincible. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
And cool magic that can be powered by gay smut XD What more can a fangirl ask for? I think I ended up skimming most of the parts about Severyn and whatever and I could still keep up with what was going on with Michael and Stefn, so So now we are First off, I can’t stop repeating that the cover is gorgeous!
Aug 17, Ayanna rated it liked it Shelves: I read the rest in a sort of daze, no longer on the edge of my seat. The couple does spend time getting to know one another, overcoming misinformed prejudices, uniting against evil, etc.
At the beginning there were a lot of names and terminology, so it was slow to read, but then it flew. There’s a completed sequel on the the author’s subscription site which is Severin’s story and which was also a very good read. However it just didn’t materialise.
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What little sparks were there, were drowned out by the political events and the back-and-forth traveling the heroes hecca did throughout the book. It sounds pure Stockholm syndrome, because, on top of everything, Stefn is a sin-catcher, a creature of ill omen, and he is regarded as a cast-away because of a birth-defect.
In ordinary times, the paths of Michael and Stefn would never have crossed.