Wednesday, October 30, 2013

The King's Dungeon by Powerone

The King's Dungeon by Powerone
Publisher: Sizzler Editions (May 2012)
176 pages, eBook (provided by Author for review)
Book Rating: 4 Stars
Sensuality: Red Heart

As both Prince and then later as King, the world is Rulf's oyster, the possibilities endless as they stretch out before him, and he is only too willing to make the most of enjoying all that is available to him. I was a bit reticent at first, given the title that this could be a bit too extreme for my tastes given all that a dungeon could encompass, but for the most part this tale follows Rulf through a number of aspects of his privileged life and only a few of those scenarios involved a dungeon or were particularly brutal. This ran the gamut of possibilities for scenarios involving a member of royalty in the middle ages and those who were subject to them, some taboo, some satisfying a morbid curiosity, and some almost playful. This contains vivid descriptions of dubious consent situations and rough sexual situations which may be out of some readers' comfort zone, in addition this contains a few socially taboo scenarios that may be off-putting for some. For those with a strong constitution, a great read!

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