I haven’t read the book myself, but I have read Terry’s work before, and it is very good. Hence I’ve pre-ordered a copy myself from Amazon. I suspect Ashamet, Desert Born would go down particularly well for readers of our Greyhart fantasy series: The Lineage of Tellus.
“Headstrong was the least they said about me. Unpredictable, a wicked sense of humour? Gods, I hoped so.”
A desert world. An empire where females are rare and males turn to each other for love.
And for Ashamet, its prince, a suddenly uncertain future…
All Ashamet wants is the warrior life he already has. But then a divine symbol appears on his arm, closely followed by an attempt on his life. Now nothing is simple any longer, even less so when a new and very foreign slave seems shocked by both his new surroundings – and his master’s amorous attentions.
Could this innocent young male hold the key to Ashamet’s survival? And to his heart?
Further details from Dragonwell Publishing.