The Prodigy Slave, Book One

Journey to Winter Garden (NON-Erotica Edition) (The Prodigy Slave NON-Erotica Edition 1)

DISCLAIMER: This is the NON-Erotica edition of this book.

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The Prodigy Slave, Book One

DISCLAIMER: This is the NON-Erotica edition of this book. However, the NON-erotica edition of this series does still feature sexual content that is far less descriptive compared to the Erotica edition. If you prefer the erotica edition, it is also available here on Amazon. In the Amazon search menu, please copy and paste: The Prodigy Slave, Book One: Journey to Winter Garden (Erotica Edition)

WARNING! Please also be advised that this ENTIRE series features the following material that some readers may find disturbing, inappropriate, or triggering: Extreme profanity, racial slurs, graphically described violence, sexual misconduct, master/slave intimate relationships, violent mistreatment of slaves. READER DISCRETION IS ADVISED!

At the age of nine, Lily is forcefully torn from her mother’s arms and sold at a Negro auction by her master; a man who Lily learns that day is her very own father.

Seeking solace from such devastation, Lily secretly begins teaching herself to play her new master’s piano: an instrument that she is forbidden from touching. Lily becomes an extraordinary pianist and gets away with secretly playing for fourteen years until the master’s son, James, discovers her deceit. The “punishment” that James gives Lily starts her on an unprecedented journey that dramatically alters her life and influences the lives of thousands, including a man with great power.

Lily’s groundbreaking journey also unveils the secret altruistic love of a particular man who has been forbidden from expressing his love to her for years. But the question remains whether or not the strength of his love will be powerful enough to free Lily from the shackles of slavery and protect her dreams and her life while on her turbulent Journey to Winter Garden.

This book is recommended for those who are seeking a very raw, real, deeply emotional, and cerebral story. It is a very long continuous turbulent saga and is, therefore, not recommended for those who are seeking a storyline with instant gratification. It is also not recommended for those seeking escapism that only consists of joyous moments.

What readers say about the book🧐

This is an incredible book; it follows Lily, a slave with an incredible natural talent for piano, and James, the son of her master. James has never seen Lily as a slave; he has always seen her as a friend, and this has created many problems for him. But no problem has ever been as big as everything that happens after James discovers Lily's talent for playing the piano. Soon they will realize that things between them are deeper and more powerful than friendship and admiration.

Sonia Gonzalez

(Amazon Review)
About the Author

Londyn Skye

Londyn Skye is a comical, 43-year-old mother of two, ex-all-American collegiate athlete, million-mile lady trucker phenom, and a romance novel junkie! When she was a child, Londyn began creating stories in the fantasy world of her mind as a way to escape life’s troubles. As an adult, she decided to challenge herself to turn her comforting fantasies into a novel. That challenge led her to write The Prodigy Slave trilogy. Wanting the utmost quality for her readers, she has diligently worked to balance the saga with humor, drama, romance, unpredictable plots, and devious, neurotic characters that are equally as captivating as the erotic love scenes between the fascinating heroes and heroines. She has painstakingly painted her fantasies with words that she hopes will help readers to see the images just as beautifully as her unique mind does. Most importantly, she hopes that everyone will feel just as emotionally moved and inspired by the heroes and heroines in her love story.

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DISCLAIMER: This is the NON-Erotica edition of this book.

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