[BOOKS] ⚦ Gold Tithings ✰ Kate Islay – Peakpopa.info

Gold Tithings He D Never Had Another Man Belong To Him, Not Like This, Where The Ties Between Them Were A Leash And An Iron CollarWhen Anton Goes To Market To Buy An Ox, He Comes Home With A Slave Rebellious, Resentful Petre, Who Has Nothing To Say To A Free Man To Survive On Anton S Remote Farm, They Have To Work Together But Trust Doesn T Come Easily When You Re A Slave, And Neither Does Forging A Connection Across The Divide Of An Iron Collar And The Ghosts Of The Past


About the Author: Kate Islay

I write and read original m m romance, after several years of writing fanfiction In a former life I studied and taught western religious history and culture, but for now my focus has been on writing and working as a freelance writer in Balti.I like power dynamics, historical settings, and nuanced characters and plots I published my first novel, In Allegiance, as an online serial it s now av



10 thoughts on “Gold Tithings

  1. says:

    First of all I want to thank my friends for recommending me this short story because I absolutely loved it How is it possible that a 28 pages short story could make me feel like I ve read a full novel in the space of an hour Anton is an impoverished farmer visiting the market to buy an ox, but who instead returns home with a slave, intended to go to the rock mines and spend the last of his days there chained to a rock It was


  2. says:

    RE READ REVIEW, MAY 2018 I feel soooooo goooood now It was as sweet, as unassuming and as exquisitely painted by Kate Islay as I remembered it from my previous reads of this great short 3 3 3 ORIGINAL REVIEW A true gem It s only a short story but, IMHO, so beautifully written that even now long time since I read it for the first time I simply can t forget it It s totally up my alley With a reluctant Master and a reluctant slave


  3. says:

    Understated.I really don t have any useful or stunning observations This story is peaceful, which when one thinks about all the things going on slavery, subsistence farming, grief that it would seem overwhelming But it s not There s an acceptance, and unspoken choices that give the feeling of quiescence Too short to rate higher, I feel as if we ve just met Petre and Anton, and while there is a resolution of sorts it feels like no


  4. says:

    Beautiful This short story is powerful in its gentle poignancy and grace If you have seen the quiet and lovely movie, God s Own Country, you will recognize similar themes of loneliness, a need for shared intimacy, and a bright hopefulness for the future I was enthralled.Thank you to my GR pals for recommending it You guys made my day with this heartwarming story.


  5. says:

    A beautiful storyAnton, an impoverished farmer , goes to town to buy an ox Instead his buys Petyr, a slave who looks like Anton s dead lover.A beautiful, quiet story about trust and love Not about falling in love at all It s set maybe 2000 years ago, maybe longer, maybe a fantasy world Because there s no history here, no culture, no philosophy, just toil and hunger and the hot sun And growing affection and need Sure I d have liked a


  6. says:

    Short Very good And I so wanted it to continue on for a lot longer.The topic in the story did made my mind go back and revisit


  7. says:

    thank you Elena it was a truly beautiful read about longing, trust so short but also so complete


  8. says:

    This is a good short romance, sort of a slice of life set in a fantasy world Both characters do a lot of introspection, but the writing is also fairly atmospheric I really felt the bleakness of Anton s isolated farm and the difficulty of his life His relationship with Petre is extremely understated, but I believe they ll have a happy future together I ll definitely seek out of this author s work.


  9. says:

    Beautiful Wow this was beautiful in its simplicity Not a lot going on but it feltpoignant I do wish we had a less abstract ending but maybe that s the beauty of it It spelled out a lot of possibilities so how it ends is up to each reader Beautiful


  10. says:

    Anton bought a man A slave Though he didn t exactly treat Petre like one, despite the collar on his neck They ate at the same table and Petre was somewhat comfortable Well, it was certainly better then in a mine shackled to the rocks There was so much work to do on the land and around the little cottage They needed to split the work, but Anton was reluctant to leave Petre alone, he didn t trust the man at first, he thought Petre would run once


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