Wishes by J.C. Owens

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Sex slave to an alien culture...

Lt. Auri finds his job aboard the diplomatic cruiser both frustrating and exhausting, but he's determined to prove himself to his new captain. Despite the diplomatic importance of their mission, Auri is wary of the catlike Felinians, who have a reputation for enjoying human company, willing or not. But when he's ordered to witness the signing of the trade papers with the Felininans, Auri never imagines that he's about to be betrayed.

Sold into an alien culture, Auri finds himself the newest man in the Felinian leader's erotic harem. Kanar claims him as his "mate," but Auri longs for freedom. Though his feelings for Kanar begin to grow, Auri stubbornly refuses the Felininan and the other men of his harem, leading to loneliness and grief. But how can he open himself up to his captor, and to the love of more than one partner?

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About J.C. Owens

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J. C. Owens originally wrote historical fiction under the name J.C. McGuire and still loves the genre, but having discovered the art of writing erotic male/male fiction, is now obsessed with it. Fantasy backdrops make a beautifully blank page to work with and J. C. only wishes that the characters were real! J.C. spent many years in a medieval re-enactment group, learning and living history and that persona and experience give life to J.C's writings. Interest in even more ancient history spurred trips to Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Egypt and that also colors the characters and worlds of the books. Love of ferrets and greyhounds and all living creatures is the pivotal point around which J.C's "real" life revolves. Most of all, J.C. enjoys telling stories...
 
Published May 2, 2012 by Etopia Press. 120 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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