Clan and Crown

Clan and Crown As Crown Prince of the Kalquorian Empire Dramok Clajak seems to have everything he could possibly want He lives a life of carefree adventure with scores of lovers to indulge himself with Yet he stil

  • Title: Clan and Crown
  • Author: Tracy St. John
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As Crown Prince of the Kalquorian Empire, Dramok Clajak seems to have everything he could possibly want He lives a life of carefree adventure, with scores of lovers to indulge himself with Yet he still wishes for what he can t have the two men he loves above all others Imdiko Egilka has been promised as Clajak s clanmate for 14 years The prince is a duty to the elderAs Crown Prince of the Kalquorian Empire, Dramok Clajak seems to have everything he could possibly want He lives a life of carefree adventure, with scores of lovers to indulge himself with Yet he still wishes for what he can t have the two men he loves above all others Imdiko Egilka has been promised as Clajak s clanmate for 14 years The prince is a duty to the elder Egilka, a boy he helped shepherd through his formative years Yet the boy has become a man, one whose passion and penchant for trouble jolts the Imdiko from his quiet, studious life Love becomes a possibility if Egilka can survive Clajak s adventures Nobek Bevau is not the typical Kalquorian warrior As a rare dual breed, he knows Kalquor will never accept him as its eventual monarch His only choice is to walk away from Clajak and Egilka, the two men who own his fierce but loving heart Life and love are a struggle, but real tragedy awaits the three men and the Kalquorian Empire Unthinkable catastrophe will drive Clajak, Egilka, and Bevau together, forging an unbreakable bond or it will tear them apart and destroy the Empire s leadership Contains erotic situations with BDSM elements

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    1. Little known Lilia Ford fact: the first M/M title I ever read featured outer space dudes with two cocks. And you know what? That shit just never gets old.

    2. I'm really loving these "Clan Beginnings" bookswhich are prequels to the books in St. John's "Clans of Kalquor" series.Crown Prince Dramok Clajak knows he should get serious about clanning with his long-time mentor, Egilka, but he's having too much fun being the playboy prince to settle down with the introspective Imdiko, and besides, he's not sure that Egilka sees him as anything but a young and impulsive boy. Egilka has guarded his heart from falling too hard for the Prince, but Clajak's playf [...]

    3. Of all the Kalquor books, this one was somewhat of a disappointment for me. There was very little plot to the book except the two princes wanting a certain Nobek as clanmate. Other than that, the book was about these three seeing who could get the upper hand on who (sexually) and plotting to get the upper hand. Tracy’s Kalquor books always have a lot of sex but this one was centered around sex as - a Lot of it. As an aside, the model on the front cover depicting (I believe) the Imdiko is perfe [...]

    4. IMHO the weakest of the bunch but that's not to say it's not good. It is. The others are just great. Enjoyable - and good to see Clajak getting his clan together.

    5. Like one of the other reviewers, I laughed and cried. The magic in this series is that, after falling in love with the clan members in the book where they meet the woman of their dreams, you get to go back to the before-time, when the three men first met and fell in love with each other. Yes, it's all gay erotica, and a lot of it, but it doesn't matter even if it's not your usual cup of tea, because you fell in love with these men in the regular Clans of Kalquor series. Frankly, I thought Clajak [...]

    6. 3.5 starsOk let me start By saying I have not read all of this authors past booksI only read certain authors in the M/F genredidn't know anything of this author til I read the 1st book in Clan Beginnings then I read each book of the clan finding their Matarad to be honest the only one out of the 3 I liked was book 3e other 2 were not good in my opinionat being said this book.was a little disappointing for meI felt no real love for realo much sex not enough emotione relationships were just about [...]

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