BONUS: After Jenna’s story, you can read the first four chapters of “Black” which is the first book in Elin Peer’s new series called “Clashing Colors”.
King of Slaves:
Award-winning architect Jenna Davis is not happy when she’s asked to take on a last-minute job and move to Spirima to help rebuild the country after a five-year-long civil war.
One would have thought the King of Spirima would be happy to receive a billion-dollar aid package, but when the USA sends a woman to run the show, a major culture clash is inevitable as the King point-blank refuses to work with Jenna because of her gender.
Maybe calling the King a chauvinistic a-hole wasn’t the best way to start her assignment, but jet-lag and sleep deprivation can make anyone lose their manners. Besides, just because he looks like something from one of her dirty fantasies, it doesn’t give him the right to assume that she’s nothing more than a pretty blonde sent to pleasure him.
Jenna is an architect and a damn good one at that. The intolerable royal tyrant better respect her or he can rebuild his country without her help.
Not that Jenna can be of much help from the small cell she has been put in for insulting His Royal Highness.
Jenna wants out of the small, dirty cell, and the next time she sees the King of Spirima he’d better be prepared for one strong modern Western woman who won’t take any of his men-are-better-than-women crap.
The book is intended for mature readers only as it contains graphical language and sexual scenes of violent nature.
The Slave series consists of five separate, but intertwined, stories.
For the best reading experience, this is the recommended order to read them in.