Imalroc

Imalroc

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smaoineamh By smaoineamh Completed

In the brutal world of battleboxing, Imalroc sacrificed years to become an unbeatable champion. But his will to fight vanishes when he learns that he will never earn his freedom from the deadly sport, and he begins his own private rebellion against his masters. When his contract passes into the hands of the Toriem cousins, Imalroc discovers an unlikely path to freedom. The longer he is owned by the cousins, the further he is drawn into the web of secrets, politics and seduction that surround the Toriems and the dangerous powers closing in upon them. And as the stakes rise, Imalroc is faced with the realization that while his desperate drive for freedom has kept him alive, the price for breaking out of the battlebox forever might destroy him.



AUTHOR'S NOTE: Hello again people! It's been a while, but I am finally back with a story I'm so excited to share. To those of you who read Beginnings, I want to say that this is a much darker, more complicated and distinctly different kind of story, but please give it a try! I do want to note however that it has a lot more depictions of violence and sex, because of the world in which it is set. I love these characters and I'm so happy to finally be introducing them to all of you. I hope you enjoy it. And please comment! I love feedback! It really helps me stay motivated to continue writing. Thank you for reading and supporting my writing!

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This is a brilliant paragraph here that clearly illustrates the atmosphere that you wish to portray! Great job!
When a man snarls at another man, it definitely signifies true love. *cough*
This is another great paragraph examining your character's inner turmoil. Great job here.
Okay, this seals the deal. The dialogue DEFINITELY becomes less forced as I read. It's formal, but not formal to a fault. Good job here.
chickenbits. Ha. that's great.
                              
                              You see, this is the characterization I really look for in one's writing. This is one of the 'spotlight' parts of the chapter, no doubt. Lyadak Chickenbits. Dude, I can picture him perfectly. :-]
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