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Lover, Destroyer: A Grandimanderian Tale ❰PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Lover, Destroyer: A Grandimanderian Tale Author Sionnach Wintergreen – Thomashillier.co.uk Can he build his dreams with a destroyer Beautiful young Elarhe, crown prince of Ayklinn, leaves his homeland disguised in rags because he wants to learn how to use his magic He travels to a border ci Can he build A Grandimanderian Epub Ý his dreams with a destroyer Beautiful young Elarhe, crown prince of Ayklinn, leaves his homeland disguised in rags because he wants to learn how to use his magic He travels to a border city in the Grandimanderian Empire, where magic isn t forbidden But that land isn t fond of immigrants fear permeates its streets, and cruel things lurk in its shadows One of these cruel things is a man who wields a terrible magic that instead of healing or mending deals only in death And Elarhe wants to Lover, Destroyer: eBook í rule his heartAs a child, Kite destroyed an entire city with his dark magic Now, he serves the Overfather of Grandimanderia Feared and alone, Kite is content with the ice in his veins until a talented young immigrant challenges everything he thought he knewThis gay erotic romance depicts two lovers testing each other s boundaries and discovering new experiences together It contains sexually explicit scenes, including scenes with BDSM and various fetishes such as bondage cuffs, suspension, straitjacket , pony play, spanking, flogging, gut punching, wax play, and others Some scenes are extreme Destroyer: A Grandimanderian PDF º But there s actually a story.


10 thoughts on “Lover, Destroyer: A Grandimanderian Tale

  1. Michelle Michelle says:

    3.5 stars I received a copy in exchange for an honest review through the DBML program Overall, Lover, Destroyer A Grandimanderian Tale by Sionnach Wintergreen was an entertaining read The story focuses on Elarhe, also known as Squirrel, the crown prince of Ayklinn who runs away to study and improve his magical abilities Along the way, and after some particularly awful things happen to him, he meets Kite, a one of a kind mage who brings death Please note I am keeping the synopsis as vague 3.5 stars I received a copy in exchange for an honest review through the DBML program Overall, Lover, Destroyer A Grandimanderian Tale by Sionnach Wintergreen was an entertaining read The story focuses on Elarhe, also known as Squirrel, the crown prince of Ayklinn who runs away to study and improve his magical abilities Along the way, and after some particularly awful things happen to him, he meets Kite, a one of a kind mage who brings death Please note I am keeping the synopsis as vague as possible because I think that this is a book that isinteresting to read in a learn as you go fashion Squirrel goes to live with Kite and the two grow closer together and learn to let their guards down The book is pretty heavy on the BDSM and Dom sub relationships Sex heavy in general, which is mainly the reason that I gave the book an overall rating of 3.5 Its good, and I am not opposed to BDSM in a consensual setting, but this book goes from zero to 60 and it jarred me enough that I couldn t enjoy it enough Plus the age difference between the two ten years gave it an off feeling I think I would have beenopen to the entire thing if they had been closer in age and magical abilities so they felt like equal partners And I think that was what Wintergreen was trying to do with switching their roles with Kite being the sub and Squirrel being the Dom in their sexual relationship, still didn t enjoy it as much as I probably should have I also thought that the second half of the book could have been drawn out There are places and people that are introduced and it would most likely be helpful to read other books in the series, before reading this book That wasn t something specified anywhere, in fact I wouldn t have figured that there are other companion books except that the description felt lack towards the second half and I assuming its because of the development in previous book s After complaining about this, I will still say that you can read this on its own, and it will make sense, but it probably won t read as rich a story without the prior knowledge of other characters and the importance that they serve Even with these minor issues, I still thoroughly enjoyed how this book turned out The plot around their relationship was interesting on its own and I had wished there could have beenabout the Overfather and why things are the way they are view spoiler Like why did Elarhe need to escape his country in the first place Why is it so against magic Why is Kite so special Really it seems odd that for someone who is so isolated and feared thatpeople don t take an interest in his whereabouts And at east there was the addition of how magic can affect the users if they use too much hide spoiler If you are okay with magic being incorporated into a book, then I would give this book a try Final notes Told in third person POV Heavy on BDSM kinky sex Magic users are the fantasy element you don t need to be super into fantasy to read the book 10 year age difference There are animals in the book always a plus for a story


  2. Elaina Elaina says:

    Lover, Destroyer is a sexy, adventurous romance set in a magical fantasy world It ties into The Inquisitor s Gift, which in itself is a fantastic read The book is well written, easy enough to follow I enjoyed reading it, to a point where I read it faster than I have read anything thus far this year It was interesting to watch the characters grow both personally, and together A young man who thinks he is a monster and that he can never be loved finds that he is wrong, and a prince who has f Lover, Destroyer is a sexy, adventurous romance set in a magical fantasy world It ties into The Inquisitor s Gift, which in itself is a fantastic read The book is well written, easy enough to follow I enjoyed reading it, to a point where I read it faster than I have read anything thus far this year It was interesting to watch the characters grow both personally, and together A young man who thinks he is a monster and that he can never be loved finds that he is wrong, and a prince who has fallen from grace starts a new life, eventually learning to harness his powers with the help of a sage activist And of course there are the sex scenes all dirty, in a very good way The world that Sionnach has created is wonderful and fun to explore I would definitely suggest it for anyone who likes fantasy, romance and non vanilla sex, or for anyone who is a fan of The Inquisitor s Gift


  3. Ju Ephraime Ju Ephraime says:

    Wintergreen has created a fantasy in which anything goes, especially the passionate love between her main characters, Elarhe and Kite It starts out as an uneven love match between a prince and a lowly peasant boy But it quickly developed into something muchpassionate, as both characters uses their color power in aiding each other I was most surprised about the coupling that took place in Kite s strange bed What imagination Lovers of M M erotica with love this book as they follow Ela Wintergreen has created a fantasy in which anything goes, especially the passionate love between her main characters, Elarhe and Kite It starts out as an uneven love match between a prince and a lowly peasant boy But it quickly developed into something muchpassionate, as both characters uses their color power in aiding each other I was most surprised about the coupling that took place in Kite s strange bed What imagination Lovers of M M erotica with love this book as they follow Elarhe and Kite on their journey of discovery Great fantasy erotica


  4. Jennie Rosenblum Jennie Rosenblum says:

    This is an explicit adult book It was filled with incredible characters and a wonderful plot Definitely a good start to what I hope will be an engaging series.


  5. ML ML says:

    Intriguing premiseI really enjoyed this book Magic and mages are not something I normally read but this book was done so well Plus ALL the kink It was hot and a smidge dark but overall very satisfying read.


  6. Timothy Olsen Timothy Olsen says:

    A Tale of Getting a Lot of TaleThis book is best described and reviewed by splitting it into two distinct parts.The first part is the major story of the book Squirrel is the name of a guy who used to be a prince but wanted to learn magic so now he s an illegal in Grandimanderian which is kind of a fantasy British Empire but with an Overlord instead of a Queen He has a chance meetup with Kite, an aristocrat with a large manor and a thirst for younger men As the two learn about each other they A Tale of Getting a Lot of TaleThis book is best described and reviewed by splitting it into two distinct parts.The first part is the major story of the book Squirrel is the name of a guy who used to be a prince but wanted to learn magic so now he s an illegal in Grandimanderian which is kind of a fantasy British Empire but with an Overlord instead of a Queen He has a chance meetup with Kite, an aristocrat with a large manor and a thirst for younger men As the two learn about each other they also come to terms with the world around them.This part of the story is decidedly generic In some ways it feels downright forced The prose does allow us to see some of the set pieces and back drops but a lot of it is hand waved or only briefly described This set up seems in some ways pretentious and at others safe and done before but it is competent enough Of course, this is only about a fourth of the book The other 3 4 is all of the hot man on man action It is a good thing these guys aren t rabbits because the way they are going at it they d have like an island full of kids or something This book does not hold back No olive oil goes unused No prop goes unmentioned.This book is somewhat difficult for me to review honestly As a straight guy the many scenes of love making aren t my cup of tea, but I respect just how many there are The story those scenes are laid out upon aren t particularly memorable and in a few instances are rather laughable as an example, the description of where the rubber from a ball gag comes from in this world There is also something to be said about how the two main leads, as people, are rather flawed to a point it feels patronizing Squirrel wishes he could fix the world around him, unaware of just how to heal, but is remarkably passive for a guy who left his country Kite comes off as a frankly rapey rich guy who isn t afraid to tie down what he likes but this time his prey iswilling so it is okay, and by the end of the book maybe he can open up and that will help him change.Overall, this is a rather solid dirty pleasure that does what it sets out to do and is unlikely to disappoint, even if it is also unlikely to be revisited once finished


  7. Joyfully Jay Joyfully Jay says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 2 starsLover, Destroyer is something of a chaotic mess On the surface the story seems fairly straightforward a great lord rescues a poverty stricken young man and offers him a new life in return for sexual favors So it s a real Pretty Woman situation at least until your add borderline hardcore but poorly portrayed BDSM, a jumbled plot, and characters that never felt comfortable in their own skin The plot here stumbles from the start and never really defines itself Eve A Joyfully Jay review 2 starsLover, Destroyer is something of a chaotic mess On the surface the story seems fairly straightforward a great lord rescues a poverty stricken young man and offers him a new life in return for sexual favors So it s a real Pretty Woman situation at least until your add borderline hardcore but poorly portrayed BDSM, a jumbled plot, and characters that never felt comfortable in their own skin The plot here stumbles from the start and never really defines itself Events are mentioned but never explained and given this is a fantasy, it suffers from a serious lack of world building As a result, readers may be left either scratching their head or wondering why event A had anything to do with situation B.I m generally a fan of BDSM, but I prefer reading it in the context of a healthy, nurturing environment Lover, Destroyer often seems violent for the sake of violence and at least a few of the interactions between Kite and Elarhe are given only a frail veneer of consent The idea of a safe word shows up almost as an afterthought Now I realize this is fiction and not every reader will be bothered by the rough interactions between by Kite and Elarhe and normally I love this kind of intense romance But when it s added to the stilted and plastic nature of Kite and Elarhe s bond, it left me feeling completely removed from the story.Read Sue s review in its entirety here


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