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The Lily and the Rose 1 Free

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4.47059
Average: 4.5 (17 votes)
18 Reviews
BL Age 16+ · Yaoi Press
Completed with Vol.1 Ch.5

World renowned studio Dany&Dany, creators of Idol and Wishing for the Moon, return with a sumptuously illustrated gothic tale of forbidden love in revolution era France. Christophe wants nothing more than to be a simple country priest. When he refuses to sleep with a corrupt Cardinal, he's forced to work in the same manor as the man who almost tempted him away from the cloth when they were younger. Alain was Christophe's true love, but Christophe chose to join the priesthood rather than be with him. Alain bitterly remembers Christophe's rejection. He accepts the Cardinal's assignment: destroy Christophe's career with a scandal. Will his cruel conviction hold once Alain learns how devastated Christophe was to have to deny his feelings for him?

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Christophe
This young handsome priest gave up his true love to devote himself to the church. He's dedicated himself to his righteous path despite the tear in his heart that never healed. Christophe is a tortured, conflicted soul. He tries hard not to waver from his ideals even when he's victimized by the very organization he gave up so much to be part of.

Alaine
A handsome rogue who disguises himself as nobility to get close to a rich countess. He's not after money. His one goal in life is to get revenge on the man who murdered his mother in cold blood. He had a chance for happiness too once, but Christophe rejected him in favor of his 'morals.' Alaine's beautiful appearance hides a heart full of bitterness and hatred.

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    5

    That licentious, amoral, philistine of a priest was about to rape Christophe! I want to eviscerate him-that or castrate him...

    Rape is so wrong.

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    5

    I really enjoyed this title. But to make sense of the ending on how Alain got out of jail etc., I had to pick up the book and find out how things really went down. There are some pages missing here online but in the book everything makes sense. It's a much more satisfying read!

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    2
    08.06.08
    0

    If you're not going to see the story all the way through; then just give us lots of butt-sex and skip trying to maintain a plot. That ending was a total suckaroo!

    Actually, I didn't really care for any of the "story". This may as well be a picture book; no need for dialogue.

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    4
    07.22.08
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    It was like a phoenix-rising-out-of-the-ashes-type finish, but was confusing in the sense that no one actually saw the phoenix die in the first place. But the characters were fun too look at x3

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    3
    06.03.08
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    the ending was Rush what is with that we were hitting the climax and just drop straight to the finish I am confuse is there anyone else that feels the same way was 6 stars now I just rate it as 3 . Sorry but I hate it when things are getting really interesting and the writer somehow feels that a little angst hurts the characters. Grant it, that there was slight angst in the reading, but why start and not finish.

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