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The Bonding Genre LGBT FantasyGaven Learns That Being Vlar S Pupil In All Things Is A Mixture Of Pain And Pleasure He Hates His Finnarian Teacherdoesn T He Yet His Body Betrays Him Time And Again, Especially When He Experiences The Sexual Ecstasy Of A Finnarian Bite And The Giving Of His Own Blood There Seems To Be So Much In Their Relationship Than Either Of Them Can Understand, So Vlar Calls In His Father, A Finnarian Prince What He Tells Them Shakes Gaven To His Core And He Fears He Cannot Possibly Live Up To What Vlar Wishes Of Him Then When They Seem To Be On The Edge Of Truly Discovering Each Other, A Shadow From Gaven S Past Comes To Shatter It All To Pieces Publisher S Note This Book Contains Explicit Sexual Content, Graphic Language, And Situations That Some Readers May Find Objectionable Male Male Sexual Practices, Strong Violence, Voyeurism

About the Author: J.C. Owens

J.C McGuire.J.C Owens lives in small town, rural Alberta and is a self confessed writing a holic In the absence of help for this affliction I do indeed love to write and have over twenty books sitting idle in my computer, waiting I love the genre of male male stories and conflict in what a person thinks they want, versus what they truly need to become themselves I think any writing that shows the beauty of men loving men is worthwhile.I love to hear from my readers and always appreciate suggestions and comments for future books Sharing a love of reading and good, hot sensuality between men is always a cause for celebration

10 thoughts on “The Bonding

  1. says:

    It Was Alright We re back with Gaven 18 , bastard son of the warlord and nephew to the king of Masarians and his eraman Vlar, the second in command of the Masarians In this book we get to know Vlar in a personal level, though not much as his kind is quite secretive Gaven i

  2. says:

    JC Owens has succeeded keeping me locked to the reader with his telling of how Gaven finds his place within the Masarian s and in Vlar s heart, the Finnarian teacher who at first he hates The road he follows isn t easy and he has much to learn in a world that is violent but also ver

  3. says:

    OhI am so torn on how to rate this I am going to go with 3.5 rounded up to 4 On the one hand, the first 3 4 of the book was great I enjoyed it and I love Gaven I can understand his issues and I like his internal monologues However, the last 1 4 of the book just seemed to completely change th

  4. says:

    Gaven s story picks up at the second book and Gaven finally arrives at the Masarian capital One of the things I love about this book is Masarian society and how it s based on camaraderie and bonds among the warriors The emotional and sexual bonds created between the warriors are the very reason their

  5. says:

    3.5 Before I move on to my thoughts, I need to get this off my chest first HOT, ahhh, so HOT, and HOT Like baby brother of Bloodraven HOT Ungh.Owens is like a great fanfic writer you can tell that she s totally into her own pairing, and she nails those hot n heady dynamics But she s not so much into plotting

  6. says:

    3.5 starsGaven 2 The Bonding is a successful sequel to JC Owen s intriguing new world The first book introduced Gaven, set up his sexual relationship with Vlar and now that relationship becomes complicated with a final happy ending in the sequel The story is decent but once again what really shines is Owen s solid wr

  7. says:

    2.5 starsI found myself less aggravated with The Bonding than I was with Gaven This was mainly due to the fact that for at least the first half of the book, I didn t have that much trouble visualizing Gaven as a young man I liked the humor I thought that the author did a fairly decent portrayal of a young man with a dif

  8. says:

    I LOVED the universe J.C Owens created for this little book The entire concept, that a boy man who had been raised in an enemy land, never knowing who his true people were, was wonderful The idea that, in a warrior society, men have lasting, sexual and loving relationships was fabulous The concept of an older wise male training a young

  9. says:

    Rating is for both Parts 1 and 2 Both cruel hero Vlar and critical father Gareth s love for Gaven was conditional They were both asshats until Vlar s father determined that heroine Gaven was his son s bloodmate Gaven was emotionally needy due to a lifetime of neglect and losing his childhood friend I really wanted Gaven to leave Vlar for Ink In

  10. says:

    As much as liked the first book, I did not care much for the most part of this one view spoiler The story suddenly became plagued with sex scenes, which is all right, I guess, just not my thing Gaven turned into a peeping Tom There is a lot of repetition, for example, Gaven being carried bridal style using same old excuse to watch others having s

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