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Once a proud demon of the night sky who carried nightmares to humans, Tenrael has spent decades in captivity as the star attraction of a traveling carnival. He exists in miserable servitude to men who plunk down ten dollars to fulfill their dark desires. Charles Grimes is half human, half… something else. For fifteen years he’s worked for the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs Once a proud demon of the night sky who carried nightmares to humans, Tenrael has spent decades in captivity as the star attraction of a traveling carnival. He exists in miserable servitude to men who plunk down ten dollars to fulfill their dark desires. Charles Grimes is half human, half… something else. For fifteen years he’s worked for the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs, ridding the country of dangerous monsters. When his boss sends him to Kansas to chase a rumor about a captive demon, Charles figures it’s just another assignment. Until he meets Tenrael.


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Once a proud demon of the night sky who carried nightmares to humans, Tenrael has spent decades in captivity as the star attraction of a traveling carnival. He exists in miserable servitude to men who plunk down ten dollars to fulfill their dark desires. Charles Grimes is half human, half… something else. For fifteen years he’s worked for the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs Once a proud demon of the night sky who carried nightmares to humans, Tenrael has spent decades in captivity as the star attraction of a traveling carnival. He exists in miserable servitude to men who plunk down ten dollars to fulfill their dark desires. Charles Grimes is half human, half… something else. For fifteen years he’s worked for the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs, ridding the country of dangerous monsters. When his boss sends him to Kansas to chase a rumor about a captive demon, Charles figures it’s just another assignment. Until he meets Tenrael.

30 review for Corruption

  1. 5 out of 5

    Optimist ♰King's Wench♰

    All proceeds from the sale of this story go to Doctors Without Borders, so rest assured your reading addiction can now be classified as philanthropic! Can I just say how much I LOVE THIS COVER!?!?? That cover plus the blurb rendered me speechless. Wings FTW! "Corruption" is darkish. It's Fieldingesque in its darkness meaning darkness with a heart. Fielding is in a class all her own when it comes to AU and this series centers around a world that has a retro feel with a noir flair. Charles Grimes is All proceeds from the sale of this story go to Doctors Without Borders, so rest assured your reading addiction can now be classified as philanthropic! Can I just say how much I LOVE THIS COVER!?!?? That cover plus the blurb rendered me speechless. Wings FTW! "Corruption" is darkish. It's Fieldingesque in its darkness meaning darkness with a heart. Fielding is in a class all her own when it comes to AU and this series centers around a world that has a retro feel with a noir flair. Charles Grimes is an agent with the Federal Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs and is called upon to track down a captured demon in Kansas. He specializes in this sort of job which is why he's being called out of his California region. Within the confines of a story this length it's difficult to get a bead on Charles. He's cunning, intelligent and not completely human. He tracks down the carnival that boasts a being "STRAIGHT FROM THE PITS OF HELL !" with relative ease. Tenrael is a demon but not a malevolent one. He actually seems sweet and wholly undeserving of the treatment he's subjected to night after night. He's beaten and tortured nightly on stage then sold at an hourly rate for... whatever. It's not pleasant but the details aren't delved into, more implied, however this story is certainly not for everyone. I like dark stories and I know Fielding is going to deliver the romance. Charles is bewitched by Tenrael immediately; there is some sort of connection between them that defies explanation. What transpires between them in that squalid trailer in such a short amount of time was very powerful and affecting. The ending was strong and I believe it to be an HEA. I bought into their cosmic connection hook, line and sinker, but I suppose it's open to interpretation. It would be disingenuous of me if I didn't admit that I wish it were longer. I also wouldn't have minded a few more details of that last scene. Because someone seems to be a sadist. "If I had you, I'd want to mark you. I'd want to make you cry out." #GoTeamPainGo Regardless, this story flows beautifully in that classic Fielding way where she can take darkness and infuse it with a coziness that's heartwarming and infinitely readable. Recommended to darkish romance fans. A review copy was provided.

  2. 4 out of 5

    ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~

    ~3.5~ Brutal and beautiful, Corruption paints a picture of a bleak alternate reality where 15 bucks a week is a living wage. The setting has a dark Dust Bowl feel, what with traveling freak shows and good ol' boys getting their kicks by beating and raping demons. Fielding's world building is exceptional, and in but a few pages we glimpse demons, angels, Bureau agents who kills "monsters," and cruel owners who get off on blood and abuse. The ending is rather tentative, although there is a promise o ~3.5~ Brutal and beautiful, Corruption paints a picture of a bleak alternate reality where 15 bucks a week is a living wage. The setting has a dark Dust Bowl feel, what with traveling freak shows and good ol' boys getting their kicks by beating and raping demons. Fielding's world building is exceptional, and in but a few pages we glimpse demons, angels, Bureau agents who kills "monsters," and cruel owners who get off on blood and abuse. The ending is rather tentative, although there is a promise of a full Bureau book to come. I have no doubt I would have loved this story had it been longer. Much longer.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gigi

    Not for the meek! Trigger warnings: rape, physical and mental abuse. I am currently reading the second book in the series Clay White and Tenrael and Charles' story continues (but they are not the main characters). Because this book was so short and the HFN was unsatisfying, I can't recommend this as a stand-alone. But I can recommend it with book 2. In fact, when I write my review for the second book, I am going to suggest reading Corruption first. Confused yet? My review for Clay White will be u Not for the meek! Trigger warnings: rape, physical and mental abuse. I am currently reading the second book in the series Clay White and Tenrael and Charles' story continues (but they are not the main characters). Because this book was so short and the HFN was unsatisfying, I can't recommend this as a stand-alone. But I can recommend it with book 2. In fact, when I write my review for the second book, I am going to suggest reading Corruption first. Confused yet? My review for Clay White will be up shortly. Great world-building, compelling characters but too short to be satisfying. And heed the trigger warnings. Tenrael is terribly mistreated. Until he meets his knight-in-shining-armor, Charles. :) This review is also posted at Gay Book Reviews

  4. 4 out of 5

    Barbara➰

    Reread November 2019 Tenrael Still broke my heart. And I still wish this was longer. Originally read July 2018 This was way too short. There was so much potential. The writing is phenomenal and grabbed me from page one that's what makes it so disappointing. There were so many things that needed to be expounded on especially with the relationship. I needed to know more. of everything really. I think I cried the first 50%. Tenrael broke my heart. At one point I was very angry at Charles. I kno Reread November 2019 Tenrael Still broke my heart. And I still wish this was longer. Originally read July 2018 This was way too short. There was so much potential. The writing is phenomenal and grabbed me from page one that's what makes it so disappointing. There were so many things that needed to be expounded on especially with the relationship. I needed to know more. of everything really. I think I cried the first 50%. Tenrael broke my heart. At one point I was very angry at Charles. I know he had to do what he had to in order to get to Tenrael but it made it no less easier for me to swallow what felt like betrayal by turning his back. As I said, I think this would have been amazing and totally 5 stars from me if it were just longer.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    **** 4.5 Stars **** Loved this one. Short but powerful. Such a compelling writing! **** 4.5 Stars **** Loved this one. Short but powerful. Such a compelling writing!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    This totally blew me away! I absolutely LOVE angels in m/m romance (or any winged creatures, actually). This short also strongly reminded me of one of my favorite horror movies: ‘Mermaid Chronicles Part 1: She Creature’ (don’t laugh, LOL). Tenrael is a demon. He’s a black-winged bringer of nightmares and as such isn’t one of the gruesome killer demons that men fear, but a rather harmless creature that used to live on seaside clifftops – and not in the depths of hell. One day, a clever human managed This totally blew me away! I absolutely LOVE angels in m/m romance (or any winged creatures, actually). This short also strongly reminded me of one of my favorite horror movies: ‘Mermaid Chronicles Part 1: She Creature’ (don’t laugh, LOL). Tenrael is a demon. He’s a black-winged bringer of nightmares and as such isn’t one of the gruesome killer demons that men fear, but a rather harmless creature that used to live on seaside clifftops – and not in the depths of hell. One day, a clever human managed to bind him and turn him into a slave. Changing owners over the years, Tanrael is currently an attraction at a wandering circus, where his owner displays him to a paying audience, making some extra bucks by letting the men beat and rape Tanrael night after night, to punish the beast from hell that allegedly caused the deaths of thousands and ate children for breakfast. Word of mouth about a demon being sighted at a circus reaches the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs and Agent Charles Grimes is sent to Kansas to destroy the demon. Grimes has some secrets of his own and some scars on his back that constantly remind him of what he’s left behind. Finding the abused and hurting demon turns out differently than Charles thought and ending the creature is the hardest job Charles ever encountered, especially when Tenrael’s gaze falls on him, begging him to end his suffering. It’s such a beautiful and well-rounded story. I’m not saying I wouldn’t have preferred a wider setting to allow for more character development, but as a short story, I found it to be absolutely breath-taking! Plus, this one has one of the best covers I've ever seen. I think I never clicked on the 'buy now' button so quickly. 5 stars and you got a new fan, Ms Fielding!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Eugenia

    Dark & Delicious! Demon and Angel.... 4.5 Stars. This was so good! Within a few paragraphs I was already invested in my MC. This woman can write! Demon Tenrael has been in human captivity for years, used and abused. Half angel Charles Grimes works for the Bureau in ridding the earth of monsters. His encounter with Tenrael leaves him wondering who are really the monsters. I LOVED how there was a tangible dark side to our angel and a heartbreaking longing for touch in our demon. The two make an explos Dark & Delicious! Demon and Angel.... 4.5 Stars. This was so good! Within a few paragraphs I was already invested in my MC. This woman can write! Demon Tenrael has been in human captivity for years, used and abused. Half angel Charles Grimes works for the Bureau in ridding the earth of monsters. His encounter with Tenrael leaves him wondering who are really the monsters. I LOVED how there was a tangible dark side to our angel and a heartbreaking longing for touch in our demon. The two make an explosive match and I wanted more than 46 pages.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I forgot how much I like Kim Fielding’s writing. She can write intriguing mysterious books without them being confusing. I really liked the atmosphere of this book. You get the gist that this is set somewhere in the past, where 15 dollars is a week’s pay, but it is never actually mentioned what year it is. Supernatural beings are no secret and the Bureau hunts those creatures. That’s all we get to know with this short story, but it somehow it was enough. That is some talented writing right there I forgot how much I like Kim Fielding’s writing. She can write intriguing mysterious books without them being confusing. I really liked the atmosphere of this book. You get the gist that this is set somewhere in the past, where 15 dollars is a week’s pay, but it is never actually mentioned what year it is. Supernatural beings are no secret and the Bureau hunts those creatures. That’s all we get to know with this short story, but it somehow it was enough. That is some talented writing right there. Charles works for the Bureau and is sent out to track down a demon, who is supposed to be at a freakshow carnival. Charles is fully prepared to kill the demon and leave again, but when he arrives at the carnival he sees the demon being abused by anyone willing to pay. Charles has always been taught all demons are evil, but he can’t ignore Tenrael’s agonizing screams… This was short and not fully developed, but for some reason I didn’t care. This was intriguing and I was hooked from the first page. This world felt mysterious and dark, but not without some light at the end of the tunnel. The romance kind of started at the end and the sex scene was not detailed. But it fit the story, and it felt natural.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elena

    A great short! Kim Fielding at her best! Smooth, flowing writing. Just so much world-building and plot that we can easily understand the MCs. Deliciously dark and quite sexy despite its short length. I love abused MCs. If it's a demon - even better ;) Recommended to my kinky GR friends! :)

  10. 4 out of 5

    I Dream of Dragons and Unicorns

    Disappointed. Kim Fielding is a wonderful author, there's absolutely NO doubt about that. BUT, this was so ... short. Short to the point where the story itself suffered immensely ... at least in MY opinion, and it had nothing to do with the actual page count. It felt like this novella was speed-written. Seriously! This started off well and I was immediately engaged, but all of a sudden, it's like we were fast-forwarding to the end where, surprise, nothing actually happens. Here, I'll speed throu Disappointed. Kim Fielding is a wonderful author, there's absolutely NO doubt about that. BUT, this was so ... short. Short to the point where the story itself suffered immensely ... at least in MY opinion, and it had nothing to do with the actual page count. It felt like this novella was speed-written. Seriously! This started off well and I was immediately engaged, but all of a sudden, it's like we were fast-forwarding to the end where, surprise, nothing actually happens. Here, I'll speed through the premise: The MCs meet, immediately forge a connection, one MC releases the other from any sort of forced obligation, the MCs meet together at the end - where the Flash-quick sexy time was pretty much fade-to-black, and then the novella was - BAM - over! Ummm what??? The ending was a very unsatisfying HFN and it felt like Fielding was too much in a rush to get to her next novella. If you're going to invest in introducing invested backstory to your characters, even going so far as to explain how tortured and abused one of the MCs is [making a point to tell the reader that an MC is being repeatedly and continuously brutally raped], I'd expect you to give the reader a worthy and substantial ending. I don't get why authors invest in the beginning and rush through the end ... I sincerely don't get it!! No one can say it's because this is a novella ... I've read a few novellas that read like full-length novels ... so it's definitely not that. Either way, this was very "meh" for me, which is unfortunate, because I was really prepared to like this book all over the place!! Oh well. I'm rounding things up to 2 stars JUST because of Kim Fielding's awesome imagination.

  11. 4 out of 5

    ~Volha~

    Ms Fielding is a new to me author, so I was a bit nervous about this one. I shouldn't have. The story packed an emotional wallop. If anybody asks, it was dust in my eye! I felt for Tenrael! So many feels were running through me - anger, sadness and compassion to name a few. With one word he just broke my heart. Charles Grimes was a bit cocky at the beginning. I almost disliked a bit at the beginning but what he did for Tenrael made him golden in my book. The way he went about it was a bit unorth Ms Fielding is a new to me author, so I was a bit nervous about this one. I shouldn't have. The story packed an emotional wallop. If anybody asks, it was dust in my eye! I felt for Tenrael! So many feels were running through me - anger, sadness and compassion to name a few. With one word he just broke my heart. Charles Grimes was a bit cocky at the beginning. I almost disliked a bit at the beginning but what he did for Tenrael made him golden in my book. The way he went about it was a bit unorthodox but I was surprised by his compassion. Both men had good chemistry between them but I just needed more time with them. It felt like I just really sunk my teeth into the story, and it was already over. Plus there was no indication of what year when the events were happening. I could take a guess what with the descriptions and all, but this is one of my pet peeves when there is no clear time frame mentioned. Otherwise, I really enjoyed this author's writing and turn of phrase, so I will definitely read more of their work.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ami

    3.5 stars A heartbreaking start but in overall way too short!! I want to know more about Charles' work at Federal Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs. I want more interaction, more relationship building, more of this world ... just MORE. The end of the book said "Coming Soon: Clay White ~ A Bureau Story". I hope this means I will get a longer one because this could be a series I'd like to follow.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Fani *loves angst*

    4.5 stars I want you to fill me. Be my heart and soul, Charles, and I will be your wings.” I want to admit something: although almost all my GR friends love Kim Fielding's books, I've never felt that love myself; they fell more in the 'okay' category for me. So, I was reluctant to pick this up despite its engaging blurb, but then I realized how short it was and decided to give it a try. And I LOVED IT. It's heart-wrenching, it's dark, it's disturbing, it's instalove, it's poetic and somehow, all t 4.5 stars I want you to fill me. Be my heart and soul, Charles, and I will be your wings.” I want to admit something: although almost all my GR friends love Kim Fielding's books, I've never felt that love myself; they fell more in the 'okay' category for me. So, I was reluctant to pick this up despite its engaging blurb, but then I realized how short it was and decided to give it a try. And I LOVED IT. It's heart-wrenching, it's dark, it's disturbing, it's instalove, it's poetic and somehow, all these facts merge beautifully into a very poignant book, about the difference between men and monsters, which is sometimes not as big as you'd think...

  14. 5 out of 5

    ❧A Bookish Berkeley Girl❧

    Tenrael His Grace and Beauty Within Was Stunning! The intro? Had I read a sample I would not have bought the book. Even after purchasing the book I contemplated tossing it at 15%. And, I would have if Tenrael had not been inside. Tenrael is to beautiful and to sincere for me not to want to read his happy. Tenrael, quickly and swiftly curled next to my heart and cuddle it with such grace. I adore him . This world is dark, harsh, yet, Tenrael makes it worth the read. Charles? Gosh, when he met Tenr Tenrael His Grace and Beauty Within Was Stunning! The intro? Had I read a sample I would not have bought the book. Even after purchasing the book I contemplated tossing it at 15%. And, I would have if Tenrael had not been inside. Tenrael is to beautiful and to sincere for me not to want to read his happy. Tenrael, quickly and swiftly curled next to my heart and cuddle it with such grace. I adore him . This world is dark, harsh, yet, Tenrael makes it worth the read. Charles? Gosh, when he met Tenrael I felt off balanced Because he is not my average hero? (view spoiler)[ He was slooooow to save Tenrael and freed Tenrael AFTER he had sex with him? He didn’t even tell him he was saving him until it was over, causing him much pain. The sex was chemistry filled but, it could have been better (hide spoiler)] ? They, fit but, everything felt rushed. It felt like the writer just wanted to get a sex scene in place. It was written with crass, not class. And, I do wish the author took more care considering it was a (view spoiler)[post rape scene…Tenrael had just been raped and beaten and it was brutal as per his asshole of an owner (hide spoiler)] Charles, with the feather in his pocket I ended up adoring. And, no matter what, as I close this book I can only think of one thing . These two together were beautiful and thier romance was sizzling and sweet. It was indeed magnetic almost soul mate like of which I love. 3 Tenrael Stars!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

    3.5 stars 4 stars Just...mediocre. EDIT: I felt like I should say more, but the problem with this story is that it's too damned short to say anything important. Wonderful premise, but I was so unsatisfied due to it brevity. MORE EDIT 6/19/18: Ok. Now that I've read all three of these, this is the standout, my favorite. Why did I say "just mediocre" a year ago? Because a brilliant idea was cut down to a 46-page glimpse at what could have been a stellar novel. This story had so much potential that wa 3.5 stars 4 stars Just...mediocre. EDIT: I felt like I should say more, but the problem with this story is that it's too damned short to say anything important. Wonderful premise, but I was so unsatisfied due to it brevity. MORE EDIT 6/19/18: Ok. Now that I've read all three of these, this is the standout, my favorite. Why did I say "just mediocre" a year ago? Because a brilliant idea was cut down to a 46-page glimpse at what could have been a stellar novel. This story had so much potential that was never developed into a story one could sink one's teeth into. That was frustrating...thus the 3 stars. I'm going to bump it up to 4 stars because of its potential and because it's my favorite. Cuz I can. AND EVEN MORE EDIT 11/01/19: After reading the fifth in the series, this one is still my favorite!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alisa

    This was pretty good. I'd put it off for a long time because I knew it was going to be a little dark. I enjoyed it though and will continue on with the rest of the series. Trigger Warning for off page rape and physical abuse both off and on page.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kaje Harper

    A dark but redemptive story set in an alternate universe where we have a Federal Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs, and where demons are a known risk. Charles Grimes is an agent who is used to tracking down creatures dangerous to humans. When he finds the demon Tenrael, captive and abused both physically and sexually, owned for his value in letting human spectators unleash their darkness on him, Charles's sympathies are entirely with the demon. Charles is not entirely human either, and he and Tenr A dark but redemptive story set in an alternate universe where we have a Federal Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs, and where demons are a known risk. Charles Grimes is an agent who is used to tracking down creatures dangerous to humans. When he finds the demon Tenrael, captive and abused both physically and sexually, owned for his value in letting human spectators unleash their darkness on him, Charles's sympathies are entirely with the demon. Charles is not entirely human either, and he and Tenrael have much in common. There is also darkness inside both of the MCs, but of the kind that is welcome and shared. This is a very short story, intense and emotional, opening a small window into a fascinating world. I look forward to more.

  18. 5 out of 5

    John The Cosmic Wanderer

    Too short but I love this dark world Kim has created.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tully Vincent

    Short and deliciously dark (view spoiler)[with just the right sweet, but not too sweet, ending (hide spoiler)] . This author always seems to pull me in and make me care right away, which I love. Short and deliciously dark (view spoiler)[with just the right sweet, but not too sweet, ending (hide spoiler)] . This author always seems to pull me in and make me care right away, which I love.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dark_Shadow

    This is juuuust my kind of thing. But. too shooooort. There were so many things to be told here. Come on

  21. 4 out of 5

    Meep

    1.5* it's too short, there's not enough there. One character suffers terrible abuse by rote and I felt pity, I wanted him to soar, I was horrified at humanity. But the other character was what? Why did he help rather than kill? How could he walk away knowing such abuse was happening? - that last stuck out to me. The resolution was emotionless, there was no build to it, no connection beyond a look. Then they go their seperate ways, then bam their together and the missing part of each other and wond 1.5* it's too short, there's not enough there. One character suffers terrible abuse by rote and I felt pity, I wanted him to soar, I was horrified at humanity. But the other character was what? Why did he help rather than kill? How could he walk away knowing such abuse was happening? - that last stuck out to me. The resolution was emotionless, there was no build to it, no connection beyond a look. Then they go their seperate ways, then bam their together and the missing part of each other and wonderful off-page sex happens. The end. ......huh?!?! I feel I missed something, such as half the damn story. The world could be interesting, this had potential for deep dark feelings but there was no light after that, nothing to warm the heart. A non-standard dynamic that risked seeming unhealthy and imbalanced because there was no time for it to develop, no build of trust or reason for it, it just was. It's a novella but novellas can contain worlds while this felt like the opening chapter and end chapter pasted together. Seriously not helped by following a re-read of this author's wonderful Brute

  22. 4 out of 5

    Serena Yates

    Demons are not normally creatures I feel sorry for, but that is because they are usually the bad guys since we have been conditioned to see them as evil - religious teachings and most paranormal stories agree on that. Whether or not they are sentient and have personalities is rarely up for debate, but Kim Fielding has built a world where doubt is possible. It’s an interesting premise, as is the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs tasked with disposing all kinds of monsters in a setting that feels li Demons are not normally creatures I feel sorry for, but that is because they are usually the bad guys since we have been conditioned to see them as evil - religious teachings and most paranormal stories agree on that. Whether or not they are sentient and have personalities is rarely up for debate, but Kim Fielding has built a world where doubt is possible. It’s an interesting premise, as is the Bureau of Trans-Species Affairs tasked with disposing all kinds of monsters in a setting that feels like the early twentieth century. The people inhabiting this alternative reality also think all demons are evil by definition… but then there is Tenrael. Please find my full review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    3.5 Stars ”He thought about flying and sex, about monsters and heroes. He thought about the call of a man’s heart.” That’s a lot to think about, but Kim Fielding gets it all in this story. There was one sharp turn that could have been avoided with a bit more buildup and detail, but everything else felt right and on track. I especially liked that last line—“the call of a man’s heart”. We meet two characters here—Charles and Tenrael. You’re going to have to decide if either one of them still has a h 3.5 Stars ”He thought about flying and sex, about monsters and heroes. He thought about the call of a man’s heart.” That’s a lot to think about, but Kim Fielding gets it all in this story. There was one sharp turn that could have been avoided with a bit more buildup and detail, but everything else felt right and on track. I especially liked that last line—“the call of a man’s heart”. We meet two characters here—Charles and Tenrael. You’re going to have to decide if either one of them still has a heart or even had a heart after everything they’ve been through. Looking forward to more! A quick introduction to a series filled with monsters, men, and more.

  24. 5 out of 5

    AussieMum

    This was intriguing but way too short. The world building was unique and the story was dark. Really dark. I enjoyed this but when it came to the sexy times and the relationship it all happened too fast for me. I like to savour it. Work for it. But here I didn't have to. But it had such great potential and it's for a good cause. I've already bought book two.

  25. 5 out of 5

    QuietlyKat

    An interesting, and also disturbing, start to this series. For the moment, I’m not going to rate this short story but I definitely want to know more and am starting the next in the series immediately.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    10/27/19 Currently FREE via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Corruption-Bur... 10/27/19 Currently FREE via Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Corruption-Bur...

  27. 4 out of 5

    ⚣Michaelle⚣

    4.3 Stars OMG this is so good. Dark and edgy and I want more of it! I've been reading some graphic novels lately and what a visual this would make if there were images to go with the story...the scenes are already do gritty, so visceral. Definitely going to read the next one in the series!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Pavellit

    This little one was just all around charming- the characters, the setting, the plot and the romance, which doesn't have to be too graphic in order to express love. Wish it was longer!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laurel

    The imagery was vivid. The prose was poignant. Not a single word was wasted. My only criticism is that the story rushed into an insta lust/trust scenario (very odd considering the brutality of Tenrael's captivity) and ended too soon when I had just begun to immerse myself in this incredible world. If this was a full length novel, no doubt it would be 5+ stars. Stellar work.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Lisazj1

    3.5 stars. Wow. Darker and more brutal than I'm used to from Kim Fielding but it still had love and light, which I do expect from her. I would have liked to know more about the characters but for a very short novella, this was pretty damn well done. I'm definitely interested in the world.

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