[Wanderer's Heart [BOOK] Free Read PDF AUTHOR Thom Lane

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Norton is a wanderer rejected by family and community headed for the great city of Amaranth because he can think of nowhere else to go He encounters a pretty slave boy struggling with a log too heavy to lift and stops to help him This earns 35 starsThis was short and sweet No magic in this instalment but lovely to see a different part of this intriguing universe The Neutrons Long Shadow pretty slave boy struggling with a log too heavy to lift and stops to help him This earns 35 starsThis was short and sweet No magic in this instalment but lovely to see a different Ricky part of this intriguing universe

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Y than a collar and chains but Norton’s eyes are still on the far horizons and leaving the clan will break his slave boy’s heart There seems to be no answer that can leave them both happy And then raiders from another clan steal Kim away Love Thom Lane s writing style and world building only wish it was longer

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Him a welcome from the boy Kim’s nomad clan and an invitation to a funeral feast for the log is destined for the pyre of Kim’s late master Kim is given to Norton in an act of casual generosity and a night of passion bonds the two strongl Although this is the seventh book in a series having read them all I can say that you do not need to read the books in order to understand and enjoy this one There are no characters from previous books in this one and while the story is short the world building is well done and understandable for those who are new to AmaranthThom Lane crafts a great series In this world slavery is common It is also common for men to be stolen into slavery for being in the wrong place at the wrong time That is not the case in this story however What made this story stand out from the others was the addition of the nomadic tribes and their culture and customs Norton is drawn into their world for helping Kim a slave who has just lost his master After he receives Kim as a gift in an intricate ceremony to disperse the property of the deceased man it is apparent that Kim and Norton are attracted to each other But with Norton wanting to reach Amaranth and Kim having to leave everything he knows and loves behind to go with Norton it leaves Norton wondering exactly what the right choice is Of course it wouldn t be an Amaranth book without at stake and when Kim is kidnapped by another clan Norton realizes just how much he cares about his slaveThere are many new characters in this story for it being so short but I loved it Each character is written well and stands apart from the others Norton and Kim though technically the seventh couple the series focuses on are written differently than all the others before them I truly enjoyed seeing their love for each other blossomAlso interesting was the culture of the nomads The ceremony for the dead was fascinating to read because each person says something about the man who has died chooses one of his possessions and gifts it to someone else in the clan usually with a witty comment It was actually a beautiful thing to watch even if readers only get to see a small part of it It showed not only Lane s world building but the depth of the characters as wellFans of the Amaranth series will enjoy this seventh installment I know I did I had feared the series was over with the sixth but I was glad to have another New readers will be drawn to this world I will warn that it does depict slavery and some BDSM elements though not as much as the other novels in the seriesThankfully it appears there is at least one book in the series I cannot wait to read itReviewed by Jennifer for The Novel Approach


9 thoughts on “Wanderer's Heart

  1. says:

    RE READ Jan 2020It's a delicious little addition to the Tales of Amaranth series It's shorter than most previous books there's not even a hint of magic or a glimpse of Master Luke and Tam And there's even no Ama

  2. says:

    This novella sees Norton a free man who has left his own very God fearing Clan after they refused to accept his love for another man from the neighbouring valley stumbling over a tribe of nomads on the day of on

  3. says:

    35 starsThis was short and sweet No magic in this instalment but lovely to see a different part of this intriguing universe

  4. says:

    I uite enjoyed this captivating addition to the ‘Tales of Amaranth’ series where a lone wanderer Norton encounters a young slave boy Kim and finds friendship romance and A beautifully woven tale rich in nuance top notch world building and character development and an exuisite love story Exotic Erotic Sweet with Heat Magical WinnerWhile this novella measures out to 70 pages it is amazingly fulfilling I found myself swept to the isolat

  5. says:

    I do love this series and this short novella fits right in with a whole new look at the peoples of this world I like them better when they overlap with past characters which this one does not but you can't have everything in the shorter books sadlyThis one had a bit of a lenient bent toward the slaves and wasn't uite as s

  6. says:

    Although this is the seventh book in a series having read them all I can say that you do not need to read the books in order to understand and enjoy this one There are no characters from previous books in this one and while the story is short the world building is well done and understandable for those who are new to Am

  7. says:

    Another great Amaranth taleThis world of Amaranth always sucks me in The power balance between master and slave is never as one sided as it appears Totally recommended

  8. says:

    This was a nice little story but there was no magic and I missed that

  9. says:

    Love Thom Lane's writing style and world building only wish it was longer

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