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    IGNOU books 2019 In Hindi Online PDF Free the man who took his virginity and the only one to share his bed, he is not about to declare that love No one can ever know, because the consequences would be too painful to consider for both of them When the king of Vancor visits Teruna, he promises that his son, Prince Sorran, will marry Prince Tanish to solidify the alliance between the two kingdoms, with the proviso that the virginal Sorran is instructed in the art of pleasing his husband to be When Tanish s father chooses Feyar to be this instructor, the lovers decide Prince Sorran must be taught that this is to be a marriage in name only A resentful prince, unwilling to share his lover A resentful Seruan, unwilling to share his prince And the shy prince whose very nature sparks changes in the lives of all those around them Teruna is about to change forever."/>
  • ebook
  • 264 pages
  • A Bond of Three
  • K.C. Wells
  • English
  • 03 March 2019
  • 1632166836

A Bond of Three[Download] ➼ A Bond of Three By K.C. Wells – Essayreview.co.uk In the kingdom of Teruna, the red cloaked Seruani teach the Terunans the art of love Taken from their homes at seventeen to be trained, they are shunned as outcasts by society and considered the lowes In the kingdom of Teruna, the red cloaked Seruani teach the Terunans the art of love Taken from A Bond PDF \ their homes at seventeen to be trained, they are shunned as outcasts by society and considered the lowest of the low So when Prince Tanish falls in love with the Seruan Feyar, the man who took his virginity and the only one to share his bed, he is not about to declare that love No one can ever know, because the consequences would be too painful to consider for both of them When the king of Vancor visits Teruna, he promises that his son, Prince Sorran, will marry Prince Tanish to solidify the alliance between the two kingdoms, with the proviso that the virginal Sorran is instructed in the art of pleasing his husband to be When Tanish s father chooses Feyar to be this instructor, the lovers decide Prince Sorran must be taught that this is to be a marriage in name only A resentful prince, unwilling to share his lover A resentful Seruan, unwilling to share his prince And the shy prince whose very nature sparks changes in the lives of all those around them Teruna is about to change forever.


About the Author: K.C. Wells

KC Wells lives on an island off the south coast of the UK, surrounded by natural beauty She A Bond PDF \ writes about men who love men, and can t even contemplate a life that doesn t include writingThe rainbow rose tattoo on her back with the words Love is Love and Love Wins is her way of hoisting a flag She plans to be writing about men in love be it sweet and slow, hot or kinky for a long while to comeIf you want to follow her exploits, you can sign up for her monthly newsletter can stalk er, find her in the following places E mail kcwells btinternet Facebook Twitter KCWells Website instagram kcwellsBookBub for those who like things a little hotter There s KC s alter ego, Tantalus, who writes gay erotica.


10 thoughts on “A Bond of Three

  1. says:

    4.5 starsMe while reading this book Do not let the blurb worry you Yes, this story is a high fantasy set in an alternate world with kingdoms and princes And there is a threesome.But it s all done with such sweetness, your heart will melt into a puddle of chocolate Prince Tanish and Feyar have been lovers for seven years They cannot declare their bond to the world as Feyar is a Seruan, a sort of courtesan The Seruani are treated with contempt by the people of Teruna Tanish knows this is wro 4.5 starsMe while reading this book Do not let the blurb worry you Yes, this story is a high fantasy set in an alternate world with kingdoms and princes And there is a threesome.But it s all done with such sweetness, your heart will melt into a puddle of chocolate Prince Tanish and Feyar have been lovers for seven years They cannot declare their bond to the world as Feyar is a Seruan, a sort of courtesan The Seruani are treated with contempt by the people of Teruna Tanish knows this is wrong but feels powerless to change it, since his distant father is still king Enter Prince Sorran, newly betrothed to Prince Tanish so their two kingdoms can form an alliance Tanish is none too thrilled with this development, as he is in love with Feyar, and Feyar is in love with him Neither man wants to share, but when Tanish s father declares that Feyar must teach Sorran how to please his future husband, things get interesting And really fucking SEXY Puppies and chocolate aside, this was a damn HAWT read Feyar is a very good Seruan, and the chemistry between the two eventually three men is smoldering and all consuming Tanish and Feyar feel drawn to Sorran, and they cannot help but welcome him into their bed, and their hearts.Even though I m typically wary of m nage trois stories, the three way really worked here It felt right and complete There were elements of magic, as Sorran has visions of the future, visions that haunt his dreams His abilities becomepowerful as he joins with Tanish and Feyar The book alternates between the three men s POV, which allows us to see their inner thoughts and reactions This was not an angsty book There were moments of tension and danger, but they were resolved fairly painlessly The focus here is firmly on the relationship between the three men and on the treatment of the Seruani in Teruna The ending is a glorious HEA, but there s definitely room for a follow up yes, please The men find something precious at the end, and how this gift came to be is a mystery I loved this story It was full of symbols, FEELS, passion, sexy stable boys, horses, wise advisers, ancient scrolls, centuries old betrayals, and kisses in a summer storm As an added bonus, in Teruna everyone wears robes, so just untie the sash, and voil I just added this because I cannot wait another second M nage trois fantasy by one of my favorite authors in the genre, K.C Wells This isn t my usual fare, but I trust K.C to make it hella good.BRING IT

  2. says:

    This book was not my cuppa I wanted it to be I mean, look at that cover Let s all take a moment to admire the pretty I like fantasy I like m nage This should ve been a slam dunk Actually, this would make a decent porn script Light on plot, heavy on sex with dudes walking around in easy access robes I d watch that Hard Fast forwarding through all the talking bits mind you, but still.If you re like me and enjoy books with conflict, some angst, edge and or meat on their bones, this is no This book was not my cuppa I wanted it to be I mean, look at that cover Let s all take a moment to admire the pretty I like fantasy I like m nage This should ve been a slam dunk Actually, this would make a decent porn script Light on plot, heavy on sex with dudes walking around in easy access robes I d watch that Hard Fast forwarding through all the talking bits mind you, but still.If you re like me and enjoy books with conflict, some angst, edge and or meat on their bones, this is not the book for you If, however, you enjoy books that are sweet, feel good and leaving you feel like you ve just skipped through a field of daisies, you are going to love the stuffing out of this thing I, however, felt like I was being subsumed by a tidal wave of Sunny Delight.I wanted to sink my teeth into the fantasy world, but aside from knowing Teruna and Vancor are allies against Kandor, I know nothing not even why Kandor is their mortal enemy Feyar is a Seruan which essentially translates into courtesan only in Teruna they are reviled rather than revered for unknown reasons, thus Tanish and he are forced to conceal their love Yet, they still sleep together every night To cement the alliance between the two provinces Sorran is offered up as consort to Tanish Tanish vows that nothing and no one will separate him from Feyar For a couple minutes until Sorran s sweetness changes his mind Same goes for Feyar This is all chalked up to the bond.I wanted to sink my teeth into the story and be challenged by it, but it s predictable Multiple opportunities for conflict and grit were stranded Sorran has some unusual gifts that also could ve provided something substantiative that weren t elaborated on or explained well The Seruani being treated abominably was the only point with any weight which I can t help but see as a thinly veiled parallel of the raging contemporary debate on marriage equality Admittedly, a political hot potato that s deserving of discussion, has sparked countless debates and as much as I and a whole fuckton of other people would like it to be resolved favorably for all LGBTs, I in no way believe that the world will morph into a utopian society capable of amalgamating a ruling body s decision into their ethos within the span of a few months An idealistic sentiment indeed that coincides with the tone of this book perfectly, but one I couldn t help but view as childlike magical thinking and somehow inappropriate for a topic this divisive The sex is in the medium hot range and there is plenty of it which was really the only teeth sinking that occurred, figuratively speaking of course Teeth are ill advised Mostly Except when they re not Never mind It did give me pause that Sorran, a buttsex virgin prior to meeting his bond mates, after all of two trips to Pound Town decides he s man enough for DP You go, Sorran Go hard or go home, right Then again, I don t feel as though I know any of these characters they re all two dimensional But they are hot for each other That hotness translates into 2 Hearts.Objectively speaking, this book has an audience Clearly Just look at the reviews it s gotten thus far Unfortunately, I m not part of that audience, so take this review with the proverbial grain of salt Read the other reviews.Recommend to fans of escapist fluff An ARC was provided in exchange for an honest review.

  3. says:

    Just as good as the first time through LOVED Now, on to book 2 Original Review 24 Jan 2015 Though I don t often read fantasy, A Bond of Three looked too good to pass up The cover is delicious and the blurb definitely sounded good This book is hot hot hot And I enjoyed the world the author built, so A Bond of Three was a total win for me.The story is mainly about three young men for whom life is about to change greatly Prince Tanish of Teruna, Feyar a Seruan and Pr Just as good as the first time through LOVED Now, on to book 2 Original Review 24 Jan 2015 Though I don t often read fantasy, A Bond of Three looked too good to pass up The cover is delicious and the blurb definitely sounded good This book is hot hot hot And I enjoyed the world the author built, so A Bond of Three was a total win for me.The story is mainly about three young men for whom life is about to change greatly Prince Tanish of Teruna, Feyar a Seruan and Prince Sorran of Vancor The POV switches between each of them, so we get a good idea of their different perspectives Reviewing this book would be a little difficult without explaining the world a bit Magic, of a sort, does exist and there are people that have special abilities, like prophecy or healing The Seruani are a class of people who are shunned, even though they provide an essential service They are treated much like sex toys nearly everyone uses them, but no one talks about them, and if you see one in the street, you avoid touching it What s really awful, is that the Seruani don t choose this path It s chosen for them and from the moment of the choosing, they are essentially non beings, except when their services are required In other lands, the Seruani are revered, but not in Teruna.Tanish and Feyar are in love with one another and have been in an exclusive relationship for the past seven years even though Tanish cannot so much as acknowledge Feyar in public To do so would have very bad consequences for them both, but especially bad for Feyar Things get a bit complicated when the King decides his son, Tanish, will marry Prince Sorran of Vancor, in order to unite and strengthen their lands Oh, the King also decrees that Feyar is to instruct young Prince Sorran in the arts of lovemaking so that he may please his soon to be husband That won t be awkward at all.The whole story revolves around Tanish, Feyar and Sorran not only becoming a triad, but also uncovering some long forgotten history of Teruna and the Seruan I loved A Bond of Three and will definitely read it again and I really wouldn t mind readingbooks set in this universe

  4. says:

    Mixed bag of conflicted feelings.The Good I enjoyed the loving representation of polyamory and the fornication was down right steamy The setting was lovely, sensual and natural The Bad It felt like I was reading a Disney story sort of a pasteurized version of complicated issues with most potential conflicts evanescing or conveniently dissolving The Ugly The underlying message that Virginity of the participants is a crucial component and what sanitizes it for general consumption Really T Mixed bag of conflicted feelings.The Good I enjoyed the loving representation of polyamory and the fornication was down right steamy The setting was lovely, sensual and natural The Bad It felt like I was reading a Disney story sort of a pasteurized version of complicated issues with most potential conflicts evanescing or conveniently dissolving The Ugly The underlying message that Virginity of the participants is a crucial component and what sanitizes it for general consumption Really That patriarchal bullshit is not UNusual in MM literature, but it pisses me off nonetheless when I get slapped in the face with The spoiler contains my particular rage associated with the characters and will be spoilers for those who have not read it view spoiler Sorran is the virginal princess being given in an alliance Feyar is the hooker is who really isn t since he s ONLY ever been with crown prince Tanish who picked Feyar as his first and only sexual partner after is trip to the royal harem at age 16 It s their PURE union that will save the country and bring back it s strength FML hide spoiler And this weird because is has this mixed message about how the Seruan courtesans proofessional legitimate sex workers view spoiler They have been reviled and shunned by society and how wrong that is and they should be reveredalong the lines of sacred prostitution in antiquity hide spoiler And I got behind that completely in the context of the story, but the virginal bit just wrecked the story for me Add in the simplified conflict and streamlined plot and I just felt like this was too easy and thus too boring 2.5 stars

  5. says:

    I d previously read a couple of Wells other non fantasy series , but this m nage story was definitely my favorite from her, so far I must admit that I did initially find the world building a bit difficult to follow, so I needed to keep a cheat sheet of what was what and which character was exactly who, which was a bit distracting.However, once everything began falling into place, I didn t want to stop reading I mean, you ve been with the love of your life for 7 years, then you re forced I d previously read a couple of Wells other non fantasy series , but this m nage story was definitely my favorite from her, so far I must admit that I did initially find the world building a bit difficult to follow, so I needed to keep a cheat sheet of what was what and which character was exactly who, which was a bit distracting.However, once everything began falling into place, I didn t want to stop reading I mean, you ve been with the love of your life for 7 years, then you re forced to marry someone else Must Read Now Prince Tanish and Feyar, his hands on sex ed instructor for lack of a better term, have been in love since Tanish was 17, but now at 23, his ailing, distant father has ordered him to marry a prince from the neighboring kingdom.And worse, the new prince, Sorran, is to be trained on how to sexually please Prince Tanish by his own beloved Feyar Sounds a bit like a telenovela, right Well, yes and no The story line definitely had a huge potential to go high angst, but the dramatics were kept to an acceptable level, so the story didn t get bogged down any unnecessary melodramatics.Sorran s character was a joy and, in spite of the initial hatred toward him, due entirely to him being the source of Tanish and Feyar s relationship woes, Sorran very quickly endeared himself to both of the partners Then everything became so much .The book is VERY sex driven AND CRAZY HOT however, there was real relationship development occurring as the story progressed and the sex felt necessary, non gratuitous, allowing the reader to fall in love with all three main characters, too.The story was about love, bucking the status quo and setting past wrongs to right, which I found highly entertaining.There s also some magic, betrayal and intrigue, so I highly recommend this very enjoyable, 4 star read My copy of the book was provided by the publisher in exchange for a fair, unbiased review

  6. says:

    Two Princes facing an arranged marriage that will unite their lands.A forbidden love.Secrets and magic.Something is coming that will change the land of Teruna.Yes, this is fantasy, but if that s not something you normally read, don t be put off by the label I have seen the writing of K.C Wells mature, but one thing remains constant and that is the qualities her characters possess Underneath the magic and the newness of the world she created remains the men who love deeply, are fiercely loyal Two Princes facing an arranged marriage that will unite their lands.A forbidden love.Secrets and magic.Something is coming that will change the land of Teruna.Yes, this is fantasy, but if that s not something you normally read, don t be put off by the label I have seen the writing of K.C Wells mature, but one thing remains constant and that is the qualities her characters possess Underneath the magic and the newness of the world she created remains the men who love deeply, are fiercely loyal and will do what is necessary to protect those they love.I immediately fell for the young, innocent Prince Sorran He knows he is different even though he has lived a sheltered life as the only heir to the throne of Vancor He has prophetic dreams that he cannot always make sense of that sometimes compel him to tattoo his skin He can see colors around people and was born with an unusual mark He also knows upon arriving in Teruna that his destiny lies with Prince Tanish With his health failing, the King of Teruna seeks to ensure the safety of his land with the marriage of his son to Prince Sorran Prince Tanish, and his lover Feyar, the Seruan who has been with him for seven years, vow that the arranged marriage between Tanish and Sorran will be one in name only Regardless of the King s command or the danger they would face if anyone knew they were in love, Tanish promises that the two of them will not be parted What none of these men expect is the effect they will have on each other, as well as the people around them and the power that exists within the bond of three The relationship between the three men works very well both in and out of the bedroom, and the scenes when they are together are sensual, romantic and hot We are given points of view from all three men, each of whom have different takes on things and don t necessarily always agree There is drama and tension, but none of it is overly drawn out, keeping the story moving towards a beautiful and satisfying happy ending I was thrilled to see that even though this was a departure for the author, the things I have always enjoyed about her stories are all here, with just a little extra

  7. says:

    4.5What an awesome read I loved the fantasy that the author created, there was a great mix of both magic and mystery I enjoyed the MC s quite a bit and really liked how distinct they were and how they interacted with each other Great dialogue flow with new words and concepts peppered in that made for solid world building I was upset with how Feyar was treated as an outcast by society and how, despite the strength of it, his and Tanish s relationship was considered invisible I felt for the t 4.5What an awesome read I loved the fantasy that the author created, there was a great mix of both magic and mystery I enjoyed the MC s quite a bit and really liked how distinct they were and how they interacted with each other Great dialogue flow with new words and concepts peppered in that made for solid world building I was upset with how Feyar was treated as an outcast by society and how, despite the strength of it, his and Tanish s relationship was considered invisible I felt for the two of them but lovely, lovely Sorran the catalyst for all the change was initially treated so badly by the two of them, I was as crushed as he was While I could understand their actions he was so damn sweet it was hard to see him struggle with their rejection and then to see Tanish and Feyar struggle because they knew they shouldn t be treating him that way Very angsty for them all.These three men were just so good together and the menage worked so well Feyar teaching Sorran was incredibly hot While it took them a while to find their balance when they did it felt that all of them were bringing vital pieces to their trinity That balance is really important for me when I read stories with multiple relationships and this was a great example of a strong menage Definitely a bumpy road but I loved the journey for them.This wasa light, happy fantasy but I found it really intriguing and it drew me in as it went along and the men worked to find the answers that wouldn t destroy the relationship that they had tentatively built Strong characters with great chemistry and a strong story with a great ending I would love to readin this world for sure Copy provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  8. says:

    3.5 holy schnitzel, I actually enjoyed a m nage stars.I read this for a challenge category of least favorite genre Since I m allergic to the appearance of multiple peens and vajayjays in my romance novels seriously, few things send me into Hulk mode faster I decided to choose a m nage Did I like thisthan I expected Yes Will I read another m nage soon I doubt it.Because one character would say, I was not jealous when I saw this or I was not mad when you did this while I 3.5 holy schnitzel, I actually enjoyed a m nage stars.I read this for a challenge category of least favorite genre Since I m allergic to the appearance of multiple peens and vajayjays in my romance novels seriously, few things send me into Hulk mode faster I decided to choose a m nage Did I like thisthan I expected Yes Will I read another m nage soon I doubt it.Because one character would say, I was not jealous when I saw this or I was not mad when you did this while I was over here yelling, Well, I was And yes, I already know what you re going to sayIt s just who I am Sorrynotsorry That said, I still found this a sexy and syrupy sweet love story I have tried and abandoned a few m nages, largely because the characters were not fully developed However, Wells spent ample time fleshing out Sorran, Feyar, and Tanish One might expect to view Sorran, the foreign prince unwittingly thrust wink, wink into an established couple, as an interloper But it s hard to view him as anything other than adorable, if too prone to swooning He had a pureness to him, a quiet strength, a genuine need to help and heal others And he s maaagic The instant feelings that developed between the three the lack of jealousy and anger in favor of rapid attraction and acceptance felt a bit dubious, but they were fated, after all And while the story avoids veering into terrible love triangle territory, I couldn t help but feel badly for Feyar Due to the kingdom s abhorrent treatment of the Serauni, he was resigned to a life in the shadows But even after Tanish ascended to power, he was willing to allow the Serauni status quo to remain It was Sorran who stood up for Feyar and for their relationship As a result, I held a bit of a grudge against Tanish, and I wasn t as convinced of his devotion to Feyar in light of his new relationship with Sorran He was able to fight for Sorran, but not Feyar Hrrmph.The world building left something to be desired, but it was good enough The erotic scenes were MORE than good, save for a few, ah, questionable hygienic issues At the end of the day, it s not a type of story that I m inclined to enjoy, but I still found bits and pieces enjoyable If you re interested in trying a m nage, I think that this is a low angst and feel good option Read for SBTB January March 2018 Quarterly Challenge a book from your least read or least favorite subgenre.

  9. says:

    A stonking new read from KC, featuring a couple of things she hasn t tried beforea fantasy read AND a threesome, and a mighty fine threesome it is too sorry, no threesomes available in robes, tut tut Tanish, crown prince of Teruna, Feyar, a Seruani type of courtesan , who schooled Tanish in lovemaking when the prince came of age, and the two fell in love, which has caused problems, and Sorran my favourite , a prince of Vancor, and seer, healer and sighs, just wonderful His parents aA stonking new read from KC, featuring a couple of things she hasn t tried beforea fantasy read AND a threesome, and a mighty fine threesome it is too sorry, no threesomes available in robes, tut tut Tanish, crown prince of Teruna, Feyar, a Seruani type of courtesan , who schooled Tanish in lovemaking when the prince came of age, and the two fell in love, which has caused problems, and Sorran my favourite , a prince of Vancor, and seer, healer and sighs, just wonderful His parents and Tanish s father have decided that the only way Teruna and Vancor will remain free is to join together in the hope that Kandor, a neighbouring kingdom, will eventually get the message and stop threatening them 4.5 stars from me for this mystical, magical tale King Feolin has insisted that Tanish marry the Vancoran princess to seal the alliance, unaware that Tanish and Feyar are deeply in love and have been committed to each other for 7 years Tanish is astounded when the princess turns out to be a prince, and he and Feyar decide to give the young Vancoran Prince the cold shoulder BUT Sorran won t be ignored I ll leave this one here, the story is too romantic and too good to be missed, and the history of Teruna and the Seruani is complicated, and too sad to be ignored Puddle of goo here.I still need to know thoughwhat happened to Aroman, poor lovesick fool Is he dead In prison Banished from the Kingdom And I m assuming there ll be a sequel in view of what happened at the end Come on KC, out with it and thanks for the ARC

  10. says:

    Intriguing blurb and Levi Karter, Duncan Black Ricky Roman and Tayte Hanson on the cover Well, stick a fork in me, I m done grabby hands But how about this satisfied sigh MUCH BETTER Intriguing blurb and Levi Karter, Duncan Black Ricky Roman and Tayte Hanson on the cover Well, stick a fork in me, I m done grabby hands But how about this satisfied sigh MUCH BETTER

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