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Ahrahyah and the Crown of Fahrahshan By M T White

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Beautiful and curvaceous beyond compare, Ahrahyah lives in gilded bondage as the favorite concubine of the Sultan of Fahrahshan. Having provoked the ire of the Sultan’s wife after years of indulging his lust, Ahrahyah seeks out the Sultan’s oldest son, Prince Faydeddin. Through seduction, she hopes to gain his protection, acting purely on desire regardless of consequence. Ahrahyah soon discovers that the handsome prince knows more of her origins than even she was aware.

The BookViral Review:

A sword-and-sorcery fantasy novel with an erotic twist, Ahrahyah and the Crown of Fahrahshan, does something quite rare and manages to make something altogether new from familiar pickings.

The Sword & Sorcery fantasy genre has a strong preference for fast-paced action tales rather than sweeping story arcs but authors need to go beyond plot eccentricities to add a tangible dimension to a story and that’s exactly what White does. Blending the best elements of the genre to tell Ahrahyah’s story on a broad canvas, with lots of wonderfully eccentric characters, distinct pockets of high adventure, erotic interludes and a masterfully woven narrative. These alone are reasons to pick up a copy and start reading but ultimately it is White’s female protagonist Ahrahyah who steals the show!

A scintillating, evocative character and devoid of the cliché’s typically found in the genre White gives her room to grow to create a living, breathing and decidedly saucy dimension that fits well with the other characters White’s created whilst not relying on genre tropes. With the stakes high and all the strands of a superb plot coming together to deliver a cracking denouement.

A superb release from White, Ahrahyah and the Crown of Fahrahshan is recommended without reservation!

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