Cerise Noble Lellen's Journey: Women of Markin, Book One
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"And the realization hit her with all the force of a charging ketne. She, Lellen, warrior of Markin in the 5th Lorgenna tribe's Defense Sets, was now simply Lellen, disobedient slave-girl of a Rokian drifter. And she was about to be spanked."

Set far in the future, when Earth has multiple colony planets in space and an InterPlanetary Council to govern them, Lellen is a young warrior on her native planet of Markin.

Snatched from her home by illegal slave traders and sold to a man who, unfortunately for her, knows the meaning of the derogatory name she calls him, Lellen is introduced to the demanding life of a 'personal pleasure slave'.

Will she be able to free herself from slavery? Will she be able to find and kill those who stole her freedom? And if she does, can she deny the strength of the bonds - forged in her pain - that link her to her Master?

Originally released in 2013 by Eslynne Weaver. Re-released in 2015 under her other pen name, Cerise Noble.


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Cerise Noble

Lellen's Journey: Women of Markin, Book One

Published by: Blushing Press

© 2015 by Blushing Books and Cerise Noble
23 Reviews

Set far in the future, when Earth has multiple colony planets, Lellen is snatched from her home by illegal slave traders and sold to a man.

Number of Chapters: 19 Chapters / 92,000 Words -


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This is a re-release of Cerise Noble’s novel that is set in the future of Earth’ people. She does a great job building the worlds that this novel is set in. Lellen was abducted from her world and sold as a slave. Arral is actually investigating her planet and needs a slave for cover. Lellen is very angry about her new status, but Arral explains it all to her well and treats her firmly, but kindly. Eventually, they go to Markin and that is an adjustment as well. There is a HEA, but is definitely different. I give this story 5 stars.&newline&

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Wow! This book was HOT! I loved how Arral was patient to a point, but very firm with Lellen in teaching her that she was no longer independent, but his slave, but still valued her for her intelligence and warrior skills. My only complaint is that the story ended too soon. Can\\\'t wait for the continuation.

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Great sci-fi book that really takes you away onto a new world. The warrior was plenty dominate and knew just how to deal with young ladies who were disrespecful.

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Wow. I must have been reading a different book. I wasn\\\'t all that impressed. Arral\\\'s character just kept muttering endearments. The real story was with Lellen\\\'s struggle to accept her slavery status. I just couldnt get I to Arral\\\'s head. The endless paragraphs of descriptions also made this a tedious read.

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