Unbound Enchantment

8 July 2014

“I knew what the collar meant. Not many stories got back to the nomad people about those who were captured, but from the few stories we heard, a collar meant being enslaved to the Oppressors. I was a slave. I felt numb inside. It was a fate said to be worse than death, to lose one’s freedom, to live under the rule and control of someone else. The stories were horrible. Slaves were worked hard and mercilessly. They were required to obey without question, and any dissension was met with swift punishment.”

Adaryn has been captured and enslaved by an Oppressor. Her captor is handsome, agreeable and intelligent, if a little absent-minded and completely unlike the cruel master she had expected, but Adaryn is ready to do whatever it takes to gain her freedom.


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