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Download ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook » Jessica Freely Hel Considered devoid of souls chel are the lowest of the low Not content with his lot Ash steals from the middle class pel One night he’s caught and brutally punishedA soul in agony calls out to Amaranth from across the city When he discovers that it belongs to a chel it only confirms his worst suspicions about the lies of the Elai Amaranth takes Ash home and heals him an act of rebellion that could cost both their livesAmaranth's compassion for Ash soo. This book sat in my wishlist for months because 1 it's kind of expensive and 2 I had some feelings of trepidation over how the author would handle the intersexed characters In the end I'm glad I bought and read itI was surprised at how often Amaranth Ash made me think of Ariel Tachna's The Inventor's Companion I wouldn't have guessed that the two books had very many similarities but both star a character who is basically viewed as a high class whore by others Lucio is a courtesan Amaranth heals through sex dealing primarily with patients who he feels aren't in need of healing and just want the sex and both feature a caste system and a cross caste romance As far as how the romance was handled I found I enjoyed Amaranth Ash The romance between Amaranth and Ash was very sweet This book was published by Loose Id so of course the sex scenes were explicit but Amaranth and Ash didn't fall into bed right away Ash was still recovering from a brutal gang rape which was fade to black – no worries about reading an explicitly described rape scene so initially all Amaranth worried about was healing him and convincing Ash to trust him Even after he started to feel attracted to him he was hesitant about acting on his attraction Amaranth and Ash's relationship began as one of mutual comfort rather than sex – Ash allowed Amaranth to sleep with him and learned to trust that Amaranth wouldn't do anything that made him uncomfortable while Amaranth finally had someone around to help relieve his loneliness The one thing I can think of that might make some people uncomfortable about Amaranth and Ash's developing relationship is that it occurs while Amaranth is acting as Ash's healer – even though I thought their relationship was sweet I couldn't help but think of the Florence Nightingale effectThe caste system was another area where I thought this book was well done I particularly liked finding out about how things worked in Chelon the area where chel live and I found the idea of soul sellers fascinating The vasai too were interesting They weren't all perfect little angels – although they were healers there were still jerks among them Also although some characters put them on a pedestal not everyone did I had wondered what would happen after the lower castes found out there was a vasai among them Some people reacted almost worshipfully but in some cases things did turn darkerSpeaking of the vasai I liked how Freely handled them as well The vasai weren't just an opportunity for Freely to write sex involving different combinations of male and female genitalia without having to incorporate menages I liked finding out details about vasai life and I was fascinated by the idea of hidden vasai In an author's note Freely writes about the thought that went into pronouns and now that I've finished the book I have to say that I'm relieved that Freely chose to use gender neutral pronouns for only one of the vasai – otherwise the book would have been a slog to get through since my brain couldn't see to adjust to seeing “sie” and “hir”Those of you who hate the soulmate trope may dislike one of the minor romantic relationships that pops up later in the book view spoilerGrail Amaranth's friend ends up in a soulmate style relationship with one of those hidden vasai I mentioned It was definitely an insta love situation and it made me wonder if Amaranth and Ash would be explicitly identified as soulmates as well I don't think they were hide spoiler

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Read & Download Amaranth Ash Ü PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Æ In a world where everyone has their place Amaranth Ash belong togetherAmaranth is a vasai born with both male and female characteristics and a soul that can reach out and touch the souls of others in order to heal them But a vasai’s services are only for the Elai and the N turns to passion Ash treats him like a person not an instrument of sexual gratification Neither of them have much experience with mutual pleasure but together they embark on an exploration of intimacy and desire that carries them to the heights of passion and love and shakes the very foundation of their world Note This book contains explicit sexual content graphic language and situations some readers may find objectionable Intersex relationships violence. ✰✰✰✰½ In Amaranth and Ash' world each have proscribed roles that they are not supposed to step out and neither is happy One night Amaranth a vasai feels a soul in pain calling to him and he finds a very injured Ash a Chel Chels have been held down by beliefs that they don't have souls so when Ash finds Ash he realizes that once again those in charged have lied Amaranth as a vasai lives in better circumstances but it's still a gilded cage Is he a healer or just a highly paid prostituteAs Ash heals their souls meld together and when they are torn apart this starts a domino effect and turns everyone's world upside down This was a beautiful story and had interesting overtones to current times

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Amaranth AshIn a world where everyone has their place Amaranth Ash belong togetherAmaranth is a vasai born with both male and female characteristics and a soul that can reach out and touch the souls of others in order to heal them But a vasai’s services are only for the Elai and they demand sexual satisfaction as well as healing from their beautiful servants Frustrated with these constraints Amaranth wants to use his talent to help those who really need itAsh is a c. Tricky book to categorize I'd give it a 35As the title suggests this is the story of Amaranth Ash Amaranth is part of a caste born hermaphrodites They have healing abilities through the sharing of their souls and serve the upper caste Ash is from the lowest caste believe to not even have a soul These two meet by chance and together they set their society on a path to change It was an ambitious story and it took an interesting look at a caste system society and how people can be controlled by beliefs We start out following the developing relationship of Amaranth Ash They meet we see their difference their similarities they meet their obstacles and we encounter the story's bad guy But some time while our two heros are trying to figure it out the story shifts and it becomes a story about the different castes and what happens when what they believe true is disproved During this time a secondary character that up until that point hadn't received much story time and another character become the focus and we watch another relationship develop and characters make major character growth without much room for it to happen Finally when our heros get it together to solve the problems of their society we jump ahead to see how things turned outI think there were a lot of things that the author wanted to cover and the story got it its own way It was almost for two stories The first the story of the romance between Amaranth Ash And the second how their love changed people and the society as a whole Because both stories were interesting the how things changed really needed time to develop Not bad not great