Cethe – Kindle edition by Becca Abbott. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and. Cethe By Becca Abbott. SL Publishing Group. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination . Read “Cethe (Yaoi)” by Becca Abbott with Rakuten Kobo. Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. The most feared among them were.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling becda about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Cethe by Becca Abbott. Cethe by Becca Abbott. Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. The most feared among them were their naragi, sorcerers whose power was all but invincible. Not until the coming of Arami Lothlain, King of Tanyrin and Blessed of Loth, did the rein of the nara come to a bloody end.
For four hundred years afterwards, the land was at peace. Stefn Eldering was the youngest son o Human-like, but not human, the nara ruled Tanyrin for centuries. Stefn Eldering was the youngest son of the Earl of Shia, the last in a long, proud line of demon hunters.
He was also a sin-catcher, living proof of God’s displeasure, the shame of his existence atonement for the sins of his ancestors. Michael Arranz was the son of a duke and one of the despised h’naran, half-bloods cursed with the blood of the nara running through their veins.
Of all the h’nara, his family alone was immune from the persecution of the powerful Church of Loth, protected by necca ancient covenant.
In ordinary times, the paths of Michael and Stefn would never have crossed. Alas, times were no longer ordinary.
The latest of the Lothlain kings was a weakling, unable to curb the ambitions of an increasingly powerful, corrupt clergy. Famine stalked the land. Fear of the h’nara, fanned by the Church, ceth tentacles everywhere. Tanyrin teetered on the edge of chaos. A loyal and devoted friend to Tanyrin’s crown prince, Michael could refuse Severyn Cethf nothing, not even when Severyn asked the unspeakable of him. Beccq to wrest the throne from his brother, Severyn intended nothing less than the resurrection of the ancient naragi.
Michael, whose naran blood was the purest in Tanyrin, was the logical choice. But for Michael to become what mankind feared most, he needed a conduit through which to take the powerful, dangerous magic of the Dark Stream. He needed a man who carried the ancient blood of the cethera. Abbott needed Stefn Eldering. Paperback1st Edition befca, pages. Published August 17th by CreateSpace first published January befca Abvott see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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See 2 questions about Cethe…. Lists with This Book. Dec 07, Lilia Ford rated it it was amazing Shelves: One of those books I wish I could give ten stars to. Admittedly, this is pretty much my ideal book: I thought Abbot dealt fairly with the brutal complexities of her world: Some are more honest about the price than others–and more cognizant of the dangers of using others as tools.
In the end, that honesty about the true costs is the only thing that can halt the slide to tyranny–that, and love. Needless to say, I am dying for a sequel to this. A special word of praise for the cover art–it’s gorgeous. Jun 06, Honey rated it it was ok Shelves: When I started reading this book I was hooked. The writing was fantastic, the world building breathtaking and the story outstanding.
Their travels through the world of the humans and nara were intriguing, as were the political battles going on around them. And then they were separated by the spoiled, jealous prince Severyn. Everything jus When I abbtt reading this book I was hooked.
Everything just went downhill from there and something happened that made all of my abbott in the book… fizzle and die out. I read the rest in a sort of daze, no longer aabbott the edge of my seat. I would love to find out what happened to Remy in the end. I would love to know if Severyn liked his little wife.
I would love to know if there is going to be a sequel, even a short one. There are a lot of things that are left unfinished. The story, I thought, slowed down considerably around page or so, but picked up again later, though I had a feeling sbbott was a little rushed towards the end.
It was somewhat frustrating to deal cethee such uneven flow. However, I can’t deny – I am in love with I would love to find out what happened to Remy in the end. However, I can’t deny – I am in love with Cethe. View all 7 comments. Jul 27, ConsultingStag rated it did not like it Shelves: Normally this would be the type of story I like, but the characters reactions were not convincing at all and simply made me appalled and disgusted by the story.
Stefn was raped by Michael in the beginning to make him his cethe, and fair enough, after almost no time passed Stefn acts towards him as if nothing happened and it didn’t bother him at all. And that was exactly what made me dislike the story to a degree I can’t even begin to describe. Stefn gets whipped by Michaels grandfather and after Normally this ahbott be the type cehte story I like, but the characters reactions were not convincing at all and simply made me appalled and disgusted by the story.
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Stefn gets whipped by Michaels grandfather and after a bit of crying he’s alright again, at the end he gets raped more times than he can count, but after an successful escape, thanks to Michael, this is all but forgotten and it doesn’t take a day before he has sex with Michael again and is mentally totally fine.
This lack of response to being tortured and raped was what made it impossible for me to enjoy the overall story. They can go and fuck or get fucked by unicorns or crocodiles for all I care, but this was simply horrid! Admittedly, the plot was good and interesting, but I simply can’t get over the fact that rape and torture is being trivilized like that! View all 4 comments. I wish it could have gone on and on.
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View all 14 comments. I absolutely adore this book! I adore all Becca’s fiction! View all 10 comments. Aug 18, Seregil rated it it was amazing Shelves: It also bwcca the hate-each-other-in-the-begining thing.
And cool magic that can be powered by gay smut XD What more can a fangirl ask for? Wbbott points that make me hesitate about the 5 stars include: Should I assume there’s a sequel in the making and the loose ends were on purpose?
How come a Cethe could endlessly supply energy like that?
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I assumed they were some sort of medium between the river of magical power and the magic users, but what did that imply exactly and how come it was possible only through sex? I never really remembered who was the one who got stabbed and if he appeared later on I got the feeling he survived I could look it up on purpose, but I shouldn’t have to: D Anyway, my point is that some of the side characters like the prince’s friends were very hard to remember and individualize.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book kept me on edge until the very end.
It’s a hard journey, full of violence and magic. The love story of this book begins in the most non-romantic way: Stefn, the human protagonist, has the Blood. It’s not really explained what this means or why this happens, we later learn that through sex he can give to naragi, a supposedly extinct race of Dark mages, the energy they need to perform their spells.
Michael belongs to a family of witches, but he’s more powerful than everyone else and he needs to bond with Stefn to expand his powers.
Stefn doesn’t agree to the bond in the first place, of course, and he resists Michael a few times. The bond between the naragi Michael and his cethe Stefn is apparently only sexual. Even if Stefn is repelled by Michael, he is nonetheless attracted to him and he says it openly in one of the most reveling statements of the book “Don’t want you It sounds pure Stockholm syndrome, because, on top of everything, Stefn is a sin-catcher, a creature of ill omen, and he is regarded as a cast-away because of a birth-defect.