History Literature / ABrothersPrice

19th Aug '16 1:45:00 PM Wordpainter
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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins. [[note]] Most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.[[/note]]]]

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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins. [[note]] Most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other.themselves. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.[[/note]]]]
19th Aug '16 1:43:42 PM Wordpainter
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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins. [[Note: Most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.]]]]

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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins. [[Note: [[note]] Most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.]]]][[/note]]]]
19th Aug '16 1:42:05 PM Wordpainter
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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins.[[Note: most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.]]

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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins. [[Note: most Most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.]]]]]]
19th Aug '16 1:40:58 PM Wordpainter
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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins.]]

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* BrotherSisterIncest: [[spoiler: Eldie Porter's parents were culturally brother and sister, genetically full cousins.[[Note: most "siblings" in this setting are closer to half-siblings, sharing a father and having mothers who are also half-siblings to each other. The characters in question here have different fathers, but their mothers were full sisters. They were raised as brother and sister.]]
13th Aug '16 9:32:56 AM nombretomado
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30th Jul '16 11:35:40 AM Seanette
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* BattleHarem: Mess with Jerin and you will have five furious warrior princesses at your throat, not to mention fifty or sixty mothers, sisters, aunts and cousins ''all'' trained as fighters and thieves.

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* BattleHarem: Mess with Jerin and you will have five furious warrior princesses at your throat, throat [[note]]The only reason the other five aren't involved is that they're too young, generally around eight years old. Once they're old enough, count them in as protectors for their husband as well[[/note]], not to mention fifty or sixty mothers, sisters, aunts and cousins ''all'' trained as fighters and thieves.
13th Jun '16 10:58:06 AM Seanette
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* DepravedBisexual: Alison Porter. Apparently the gender of her lover means less to her than the fact that she's stealing them from Princess Halley.

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* DepravedBisexual: Alison Alissa Porter. Apparently the gender of her lover means less to her than the fact that she's stealing them from Princess Halley.
13th Jun '16 12:15:33 AM Seanette
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The reader never does find out who changed the docket for the Wakecliff inheritance case.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The reader never does find out who changed the docket for the Wakecliff inheritance case.case, or what the outcome was.
8th Jun '16 4:27:28 AM Morgenthaler
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This book is partly speculative fiction, partly something of a RomanceNovel, in which gender roles are [[StereotypeFlip largely reversed]]. As a large portion of the plot is dedicated to who marries whom, it is somewhat similar to JaneAusten's works, while the setting is more like TheWildWest. With [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses a monarchy.]]

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This book is partly speculative fiction, partly something of a RomanceNovel, in which gender roles are [[StereotypeFlip largely reversed]]. As a large portion of the plot is dedicated to who marries whom, it is somewhat similar to JaneAusten's Creator/JaneAusten's works, while the setting is more like TheWildWest. With [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses a monarchy.]]
25th May '16 9:15:48 PM Doug86
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This book is partly speculative fiction, partly something of a RomanceNovel, in which gender roles are [[StereotypeFlip largely reversed]]. As a large portion of the plot is dedicated to who marries whom, it is somewhat similar to JaneAusten's works, while the setting is more like the WildWest. With [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses a monarchy.]]

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This book is partly speculative fiction, partly something of a RomanceNovel, in which gender roles are [[StereotypeFlip largely reversed]]. As a large portion of the plot is dedicated to who marries whom, it is somewhat similar to JaneAusten's works, while the setting is more like the WildWest.TheWildWest. With [[EverythingIsBetterWithPrincesses a monarchy.]]
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