• by Kate Sherwood
  • Narrated by Dorian Bane
  • 12 hrs and 36 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As an elite Sacrati fighter in the mighty Torian military, Theos is blessed with a city full of women who want to bear his children, and a barracks full of men proud to fight at his side and share his bed. He has everything he needs - until he captures Finnvid on a raid.
Finnvid is on a secret mission to prevent the Torian invasion of his homeland Elkat. Being enslaved by Torian soldiers wasn't in his plans. Neither is his horrified fascination with the casual promiscuity of the Sacrati warriors. Men should not lie with other men - and he should not be so intrigued when they do. He definitely should not be most intrigued by the leader of the soldiers who captured him and plan to invade his home.
For Theos, everything would have been easier if the infuriating, lying, bewildering Elkati had never come into his life, but he can't stay away. When betrayal and treachery threaten both their nations, they must work together to stop a war that could destroy their homes forever - even as they begin to question everything they're fighting for.


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Customer Reviews

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Adventure, Palace Intrigue, Warriors, Excitement

Kate Sherwood does an amazing job of world building creating a society far different from the norm. Set in the equivalent of our middle ages men are warriors and women live apart handling all roles of government, finance and agriculture.

A young prince from a different country and society is captured but ends up leading an expedition of his captors to his homeland, palace intrigue and trickery, leading to a great upheaval in society.

Our two main characters get their happily ever after at the end.
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- Tom(C)

Enemies to Lovers Fantasy Romance, Fantastic!

If you could sum up Sacrati in three words, what would they be?


What did you like best about this story?

I loved the characters, but I also liked the world the author created. It slowed the pacing on the book, but I had a clear picture of character development and the world the characters lived in.

Which character – as performed by Dorian Bane – was your favorite?

Now that's tough. I found most characters engaging and well acted. I guess I'll say Theo's close battle buddy Andros. He cracked me up and I thought Dorian Bane captured the essence of his characters so well.

If you could rename Sacrati, what would you call it?

Seeing the World Through His Eyes

Any additional comments?

This story is full of intrigue, betrayal, character and relationship developments, and meticulous world building. It has action and passion scenes along with contemplate ones. The reader need not be uneasy about the Master/slave part as its not exploited.

This is great for those who enjoy Roman Empire or Greek Spartan type stories.

My thanks to Riptide Publishing for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.

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- Sophia Rose

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-26-2016
  • Publisher: Riptide Publishing