Her ecstasy makes wishes come true. . . The sudden appearance of a second sun signifies that a Supplicant has come of age in the land of Marotiri. King Kalief knows this woman is destined to save his people from the barbarians. But first she must learn complete surrender--and King Kalief is just the man to teach her. . .Sureya, a humble servant girl, is shocked to learn thHer ecstasy makes wishes come true. . . The sudden appearance of a second sun signifies that a Supplicant has come of age in the land of Marotiri. King Kalief knows this woman is destined to save his people from the barbarians. But first she must learn complete surrender--and King Kalief is just the man to teach her. . .Sureya, a humble servant girl, is shocked to learn that her flame-red hair and white skin mark her as the Supplicant. She has never made love to anyone. There are many men--both good and evil--who are waiting to introduce Sureya to this new world of pleasure, but only Kalief can truly satisfy her. . .With each shattering climax, the Supplicant's powers grow as dark forces come closer to taking her for their own. Now as Kalief and Sureya propel each other to dizzying sensual heights, danger and desire will become one--and one wish will change everything. . .Warning! This Is A Really Hot Book (Sexually Explicit)...
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The Supplicant Reviews
2.5 starsI don't have an erotica shelf so it's under romance, but it's erotica all the way with a small, questionable romance overlay.It's a shame because the first part of this book was hard to put down - the writing style is poetically sophisticated and excellent for this genre. Trust me, most erotica has terrible writing quality in my eyes. Most erotica remains unfinished by me because of this turn-off. But this book had talent in the writer's hand, and she didn't go into melodramatic waters either (another unusual thing). The story actually held a legit enough story. Well, at first anyway.Basically the supplicant turns into a whore. Harsh word but it's as it's said in the book. The King falls in love with her and tries to spare her from this horrible, demeaning fate. People come to her for wishes and with awe but then turn away from her in disgust. Because of a change the King did to try and save her, they no longer did this in her presence, although I'm sure in their hearts the disdain was still there mixed with thankfulness for what she had done to "save" them.I liked the King, and at first I liked the heroine, but then I stopped. She seemed to embrace the demeaning disgrace too easily, not understanding how she could hurt him. The writer wrote that this was the right thing to do, the only honorable thing, but it left a sour taste in my mouth. The first part of the book was sultry and actually well done with eroticism with the couple and family trying to save her, even if they weren't being honest about it. Really, the scene was amazingly hot to me. But then the sex blended together and dulled down, especially once the "rings" were entered. They were used constantly after that and it grew old, especially since it sounds annoying and painful to me rather than erotic. What a crutch it became, the focus of everything.The mermaid thing was awesome, and I loved the fantasy elements with the dragons, poetical paintings of fruit and the bizarre serpent creature. Again the writer is talented, the erotica just grew stale for me and the romance was completely unbelievable. I see little reason the King would have fallen so in love with her like that, but he claims it was for her pure heart. This is more believable than her falling in love with him though - why? She wants everyone no matter what, especially with a drug she willingly takes, so I see no credibility in her love. She tells him, "But my cunt loves you best." Uh, yeah, that's romantic and appealing to him I'm sure.It's a mixture of paganism and fertility and sacrifice of a virgin all over again with a new erotic twist. Added in is further demeaning of women where she willingly accepts herself as a whore, but claims not to be one. I'm sorry, but even if she's doing good and saving others, I find it hard not to label her the same. Harsh, I know, but if you read the book you'd understand. Sure I'd want to save the children and prevent war; I just don't find much enjoyment in a story where the way a woman can be a savior is to be a whore who has to be used by anyone who wants her. Where a woman doesn't understand how her beloved would be bothered by it and gives him the cold shoulder over it. Or where a woman has no issues whatsoever for sacrificing herself for the greater good but making herself a sex object to be used at whim even by enemies and people who killed her family, yech.
I thought the idea behind The Supplicant was new and different, however I wasn't impressed with the style the book was written in. The sex scenes tried to be hot, but there was so much going on back and forth with the comments on the orgy, comments from priests, etc, that I couldn't get into the scene at all. I didn't get attached to either of the characters in this book either. This was my first Lucinda Betts and I think it will be my last.
Holy goodness...this book was not good. From the description I read about the book I thought it was going to be about the King and the servant girl getting together because of this ritual but it was more like the servant girl getting with EVERYONE.If you want a porn without plot story you will probably like this book. But if you are looking for a hot and steamy book that also has a plot I would advise you to steer clear of this one.
I love the story but I don't like the fact that they kept calling Sureya a whore its just disrespectful