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King of Dublin Twenty years after a deadly pandemic ravaged the world, Darragh Fergus Anluan and the people of his village have carved out a hard but simple life in the Irish countryside But with winter comes sickness, and Darragh must travel to Dublin in search of medicine What he finds there is a ruined city ruled by a madman, where scavenging is punishable by death or conscriptionCiaran Daly came to Ireland with aid and optimism, but instead was enslaved by the so called King of Dublin After months of abuse from the king and his men, he has no reason to believe this newcomer will be any different Except Ciaran finds himself increasingly drawn to Darragh, whose brutish looks mask how sweet and gentle he really isThe tenderness Darragh feels for the king s treasured pet is treason, but it s hardly the only betrayal brewing in this rotten kingdom Rebellions and rival gangs threaten the king s power, but not nearly as much as Darragh and Ciaran whose only hope for freedom is the fall of the kingThis title contains the following sensitive themes dubious consent, explicit violence and non consent



10 thoughts on “King of Dublin

  1. says:

    Written February 24, 20143.5 Stars a raw, horrible, cruel dystopia, yet captivating the love will always win, right I was both thrilled and surprised then in January when I at last got an M M romance to ARC read A one I asked for and really wanted I ve really enjoyed the books by Lisa Henry I read earlier Heidi Belleau s writing is new for me.Before I even starte


  2. says:

    Hey, it s my first collaboration with Heidi Belleau It has three of my favourite things sex, violence, and Irish boys I hope you guys like it Hey, it s my first collaboration with Heidi Belleau It has three of my favourite things sex, violence, and Irish boys I hope you guys like it


  3. says:

    I received this book from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.I have to say that this book was not quite what I expected it to be, and I enjoyed that The characters were felt honest to me I really felt for Ciaran He had been such a naive idealist before he was captured it broke my heart to see what years of slavery had done to him There were times I was frustrated


  4. says:

    This is a difficult book to review for several reasons, but I m going to give it a try One reason it is difficult to review is that the m m fiction world, as diverse as it is, tends to be pigeonholed into being a subgenre of romance, even though some books don t really fit that mold Other books are sort of shoehorned into that mold I felt some of that with this book which mak


  5. says:

    The review that said, Ugh, all the rape and torture made me really want to read this The review that said, Ugh, all the rape and torture made me really want to read this


  6. says:

    Shoo shoo Off my feed and out of my mind you go Our review can be found here Shoo shoo Off my feed and out of my mind you go Our review can be found here


  7. says:

    2.5 starsIf you are looking for an bleak dystopian read, the King of Dublin, set in a futuristic, post apocalyptic Ireland, delivers It is relentlessly dark and disturbing Unfortunately, the title leaves me confused about the intention of it all is it a horror story or a romance This is a Mad Max ian kind of world where a crazy, rat bastard slum thug proclaims himself king of the mountai


  8. says:

    This book was kind of a quandary for me It is really well written but the subject matter was what kind of ruined the book for me I feel like thebooks we see out there with non consent, dubious consent, rape, torture and sexual slavery, thewe are promoting rape culture as a whole I believe that everyone has the right to the kinks that they like but there was little positive in this book I cam


  9. says:

    4 Powerful StarsPer Riptide Reader discretion advised This title contains the following sensitive themes dubious consentexplicit violencenon consentMy Review Powerful Brutal Hopeful Even if that hope is just out of reach.I had the very fortunate pleasure of beta reading this during it s writing process It gave me chills then and is still giving me chills now It s visual, visceral and vicious Bef


  10. says:

    A review by The Blogger Girls.I was pretty excited about this one when it came across my radar Although I m not generally a fan of futuristic stories, this one just drew me in It takes place twenty years in the future where the world has all but been destroyed People are doing what they can to survive, mainly in different groups or factions, while the main city of Dublin is run by the very brutal Ki


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I like to tell stories Mostly with hot guys and happily ever afters They gotta work for it though No free lunches on my watch.


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