Silkskin and the Forest Dwellers

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An m/m retelling of a fairy tale in which the princess is a prince and the setting is a fantasy version of mediaeval Africa. More

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Words: 18,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476072371
Tags: gay fairytale
About Jay Mountney

Jay is a writer who enjoys exploring themes including m/m romance, culture clash and coming of age, often through fantasy. She divides her time between northern England and central Portugal, reading voraciously in both locations.

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Review by: Margaret W on Dec. 09, 2012 :
There is much to like about this medieval fairy tale, from the rich characterisations and lovingly described setting that brings Africa alive to the reader, to the romantic story of the young lovers, and I enjoyed every minute of it. Silk’s journey, the people he meets and his love for his prince make this story a delight to read and remember.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Jennifer Smith on June 26, 2012 :
This was an absolute delight. The story is set in a rich, beautiful world, which is gorgeously evoked by the writing, but it’s the romance that ultimately carried the day for me - I found myself really caring about these characters. A deeply satisfying story on many levels, and definitely one to re-read.
(review of free book)

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