When injured crusader Falk Du Plessir is sold into slavery after the defeat at Hattin he knows that he won't last very long in slavery. But when a mysterious Saracen buys him and heals his injuries Falk thinks things might not be so bad because he thinks he might recognize the man who bought him.
When the Saracen shows that he might want more from Falk will Falk return his interest or will he take the Saracens offer of freedom and leave for home?
Enlsaved started out as a very good storyline and I did enjoy it a lot. This was a short story…and what was disappointing is that is wasn’t longer. I feel that it should have not ended where it did as there was so much more to tell and I didn’t want to leave so quickly. The love scenes between Falk and the Saracen were pretty steamy and well written. These were a real enjoyable. Though Enslaved was a little short I will recommend it to friends and those who like historical romances. It’s a great little read that I hope to return to again.
Injured crusader Falk du Plessis survives the Battle of Hattin only to be sold at the slave market in Acre. He's bought by Sinan, a mysterious Saracen who takes care to hide his true identity. Falk has the feeling they’ve met before. Their attraction is instant and mutual and their destinies are inextricably entwined, but duty and loyalty to their respective masters threaten to drive them apart.