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ATTENTION BELOVED READERS: EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2013 - ALL OF MY BOOKS ARE NOW "DONATIONWARE"! You take them. You read them. YOU decide what, if anything, they are worth from your hard earned cash! Times are hard enough without giving up the joys of the written word. I have long said that I write for the love of writing (and to keep the Muses happy). Time for me to live up to my own words! Enjoy ... and if (or even when .. take as long as you need to pay) you think its worth a little of your hard earned cash ... go to URL https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=2HYPZWGXY8BF6&lc=US&item_name=Libera%20Scriptor%20Publictions¤cy_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted and donate what YOU believe is right! Pax vobiscum! Crystal Brewton The Swandidi are a race of warrior administrators. They find and occupy planets, enslaving the native population and forcing them to make their planet profitable for the... More > Planetary Alliance.< Less
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Feb 15, 2009"Not what I expected, but liked it anyway..." Con: When I picked up the preview, I knew the summary said something about reverse racism, so I was expecting a book where the black people enslaved the white people. I thought that would be a real trip. When I started reading, I realized it was more of the house slave versus the field slave racism that's been around for a century. Pros: Although disappointed by that, I kept reading the story because it was interesting to get to know a master who was not as overzealous as the usual slaveowner would be. It reminded me of Thomas Jefferson and Sula, the way the two had a friendly relationship with each other. I am very interested in reading about how Fela is going to clown. I ordered the paperback, because I'm sure he'll do something to annoy me, thus making the book even more interesting. I enjoyed the dialogue between the characters and get a good feel of their personalities. Crys writes about topics I usually wouldn't read, but... More > I like her style of writing so much that I continue. By the end of the sample chapter, I was content...and ready to finish. So paperback book, here you come!< Less
Jul 9, 2007"May 2006" Put all my beliefs to the side... 21 May 2006 (updated 22 May 2006) by Shamontiel Vaughn As an extreme Liberal who is very active in the black community, I had to put some discomfort aside to read this story. I have read the story about Thomas Jefferson and his slave, as well as watched "Monster's Ball," so when I read this story, I felt the same uneasiness in my head. I never could (nor will I ever) understand how a slave can fall in love with her/his master. No matter how much the master may love the slave, the slave can never truly know whether she/he loves the master...because there really is no choice in the matter as to their behavior. This is the way I felt about Thomas Jefferson's slave and Halle Berry in "Monster's Ball." Even though the movie did not involve slavery, there was still a type of submissiveness that had to be present for her to find a connection with this guy. With the movie and both books, all three were in such... More > terrible situations that the love seemed almost like conquering. When Acacia said "They try and curry our favor with this drivel about trading places. But tomorrow, we will still be slaves! Fight!" I wanted to cheer her on. She was one of the few people (along with other Caeli) who had some sense! Now...if I put my own political views to the side and just rate the book on the author, then it was a great story. The dialogue was on point, the plot moved quickly, the rhythm was steady, the theme was obvious, and the love scenes were as naughtily pleasant as only Crystal can do. So I was torn with this story. I was frustrated with Kaya and Adwin, felt Adwin was no better than Fela in many ways,and I didn't like the way Acacia was treated. But a writer who can make a reader that emotional in a story receives much credit...because the last thing I can say is that I'll ever forget this read.< Less
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- Libera Scriptor Publications (Standard Copyright License)
- Crystal Ordonez
- November 27, 2009
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