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“I think I’m supposed to be dead.” Corwen’s emotions are a frozen wasteland after years of enslavement and abuse. When he’s finally rescued, freedom isn’t enough to thaw the wintry landscape of his heart.
Slowly, his new compatriots teach him that physical intimacy is a sacred gift, that pleasure can be shared without pain. With endless patience, they offer him a different way of being.
to be whole, Corwen must surrender the self-loathing he wears like armor. Can he learn to see himself the way his new companions do? Or will he hide from love forever in the icy vault that shields his deepest soul?
Ice in sunlight
Reviewed for my honesty.
Well this book is not my normal read at the moment, I was offered to review and I loved the cover plus it reminded me of the guy from Harry Potter but sexier. So enough of that.......
this book was once of those books you need to sit and take in all the details, from the first page your thrown into a world that just has you hooked to find out the what's, how's, whys and 'boy' do we go on a journey.
Corwin was a character that is unique he's a puzzle in himself he's witty and just says how it is. But the main thing that had me pulling to him was his fantasy of dying, it seems to make him happy to have these dark thoughts which makes him a powerful character.
Corwin is a clever young man who has learned to survive by using his means as he's a older sex slave then the average age. He's owned by the king who I don't like but as events happen with a budding friendship between Corwin & the Kings son Eli things turn troubled and Corwin finds himself alone again. Then he's rescued but at first he don't believe it and feels he's no longer useful and that's not what he can accept as slavery is all he knows.
This book will have your mind in a spin trying to work bits out and boom your on a different path but I enjoyed it and feel it needs a second book :) Theirs so much I could give away but, this book is written well it needs you to read it to fully appreciate it. An enjoyable read I give this book 4 stars