The Slave (Free Men, #1)

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Loving his master comes easily to Tam, having been a slave since he was twelve years old. His life is perfect, until the day he's charged with purchasing his replacement. He wants to hate Kai for being his successor in their master’s bed. But it’s hard to hate a man who cries himself to sleep, flinches at the slightest touch, and blushes beautifully when he's kissed. More
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About Kate Aaron

Born in Liverpool, Kate Aaron is a bestselling author of the #1 LGBT romances What He Wants, Ace, The Slave, and other works.

She holds a BA (Hons) in English Language and Literature, and an MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture, and is an outspoken advocate for equal rights.

Kate swapped the North West for the Midwest in October 2015 and married award-winning author AJ Rose. Together they plan to take over the world.

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About the Series: Free Men
When Tam’s Master sends him to purchase a new slave, he never expected him to return with Kai, an enemy soldier. At first both slaves are resistant to their changed circumstances, but as the three men grow closer, so too does the war raging around them.

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Reviews of The Slave (Free Men, #1) by Kate Aaron

zeke reviewed on March 23, 2021

This is a fast, but very metaphoric read. However, I couldn't think of this more than a mere prelude to the author's arguments and analysis of today's society. While the story of the slave may take us on a roller-coaster of emotions, it provides us with an insightful thought, and paints a picture to sets the tone for the entire series.
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Amber Hopper reviewed on Nov. 26, 2018

A fascinating read, with interesting characters and a familiar but unique setting. The graphic sections are very well written, highly sensual; the choice of words and slang are varied without seeming overwrought, the details a balanced mix of external and internal focus. Each one is unique in its own way, none of them carrying the dreaded play-by-play syndrome a lot of other erotica tends to fall victim to. Funny, romantic, sexy, touching, gut-wrenching... a definite must-read.
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