Counterpoint (Book I of Song of the Fallen)

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It is the twilight of mankind. Depleted by generations of war with a dark race, the human kingdoms and their ancient alliance stand on the brink of extinction. The outlands are soaked with the blood of the fallen. The midlands are rotting with decadence and despair. Elfkind, estranged by past crimes, watches and waits for nature to run its course.

And then the two collide.

Ayden's life has long been guided by two emotions: love for his sister, and hatred of all things human. When he's captured in battle, he must for his sister's sake swallow his pride and endure slavery in the service of a human prince. To his dismay, this close-up view of his enemy is nothing like he expected. Now curiosity and contempt make a battlefield of his soul, even as he struggles to pick up the pieces of his shattered worldview.

Freyrik Farr, Crown Prince of Farr Province, finds his new elven prisoner puzzling. He's always known elves to be beautiful and dangerous, but never has one affected him as deeply as Ayden. Can his life of service to his people leave room for this attraction? Dancing on a dagger's edge between duty and high treason, Freyrik discovers that some choices can change a life, and some an entire world.

Between prejudice, politics, pride, and survival, Ayden and Freyrik must carve a new path, no matter how daunting. For nothing less than the fate of both their peoples rests on the power of their perseverance -- and their love.

(Please note that this book contains explicit sexual content between two males.)

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Counterpoint steers away from the traditional Tolkien elf lore and instead goes back to the elves' Norse roots to weave the world. Music plays a significant role in the book, both in the mechanics of the elven magic and in the language of the narrative itself. There's snark and scorching sexiness, high-fantasy battles and court politics, three hundred years of racial hatred and two months of blossoming respect and love. Once our heroes learn how to let go of their prejudice and their pride, together they just might save a world.

About the Author:

Rachel is a freelance writer and editor who's dipped her toes into cable news and book publishing and now helps would-be authors polish and publish, writes for websites and magazines, and ghostwrites nonfiction. Her professional interests vary widely; she's a Contributing Editor to Construction Source Magazine, a political/media blogger at the Huffington Post, a ghostwriter in the small business and motivational space, and a writer of niche erotica.

Her first foray into slash came at the feet of an amazing array of X-Files fanfic writers, and once she knew the truth (so to speak!) was out there, she never left. When she's not reading or writing H/C slashfic, she's performing in musicals, hiking, gluing captions to cats, and examining the (often lamentable) intersection of media, politics, and civic engagement.

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Rachel Haimowitz
Editorial: Guiltless Pleasure Publishing (2010)
ISBN 10: 9659151101 ISBN 13: 9789659151103
Nuevos Paperback Cantidad: 1
Murray Media
(North Miami Beach, FL, Estados Unidos de America)

Descripción Guiltless Pleasure Publishing, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P119659151101

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