The Prince's Boy : The Prince's Boy

  • by Cecilia Tan
  • Narrated by Roman M. Wagner
  • Series: The Prince's Boy
  • 10 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Awarded honorable mention in both the Rainbow Awards and the NLA: International Writing Awards for BDSM fiction! In war, sex is the most potent weapon. The kingdom is threatened by the marauding attacks from neighboring nations, and by treachery within the castle walls. Our two heroes have been thrust into a dangerous world, as Jorin has been slave-bonded to a powerful mage and Kenet has become magically bound to the general of the army.
After a magical attack that scatters the army, General Roichal flees with Kenet on horseback, while Sergetten and Jorin begin the search for the missing prince. Only together can they root out the evil that threatens the crown and bring this story to a just end. Volume Two of The Prince's Boy collects the second and final year of this original web serial by Cecilia Tan, from chapters 57 to the end. Drawing on complex themes of dominance and submission, the need for secrecy in a world where homosexuality is not accepted, and the intertwining of sex with magic, Tan weaves a multi-layered, sex-filled adventure that is part the Three Musketeers of Dumas and part Anne Rice's The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty.
Cecilia Tan is "simply one of the most important writers, editors, and innovators in contemporary American erotic literature," according to Susie Bright. She is the author of many novels and short stories, editor of dozens of erotic short story anthologies, and the founder of Circlet Press. She was inducted into the Saints and Sinners Hall of Fame for GLBT writers in 2010.


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Customer Reviews

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Eroticism with a plot

Not for everyone.
I personally stumbled on it because I grew bored and tired of the interchangeable muscular alpha males in the hetero romance section and the female airheads serving as heroine.

There is A LOT of sex that goes quite well with the plot.

I prefer this last volume over the first one. Never understood the attraction nor liked Joran with the old instructor. There was a lot of their coupling in volume 1.

The narrator, when doing sir Roy's voice, is too theatrical in my opinion.

Worth a credit? Well if you aren't shy...YES!

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- Pen Name

What a ride!

Loved it! The story and narration was compelling and I will listen to it again.
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- Michele

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-08-2012
  • Publisher: Audible Studios