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ExodusThe House Of Silence Is An Elite Male Bordello Catering To The Obscenely Rich No Matter How Extreme Or Mundane The Fantasy, The House Of Silence Is Rud To Serve Master Charon Employs A Group Of Versatile, Beautiful Young Men Some Lewd, Some Innocent, Many With Tragic Pasts And Hidden Secrets Of Their Own Who Depend On Him For Safety This Volatile Mix Erupts When Danger Threatens.

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  1. says:

    Wow Can we say that The House of Silence books were the surprise of the year for me Considering the covers and the setting, a male bordello, I shamefacedly admit that I just assumed these books would be mostly smutty In reality, the author takes you on a fantastically written journey to an alternate reality of old worldly grandeur, in which an opulent brothel with secret passageways is home to beautiful young men and their charismatic, but mysterious master, Charon Marque The latter has an unnerving knack for matching his extremely wealthy clients with the perfect companion for the night and runs the place smoothly Until one of his rent boys is threatened, the governments of two countries get involved and even the majestic House no longer offers protection You will get lured into the story expertly, when Ander Delacroix, a Lord still mourning the death of his wife, casts his eyes upon the House for the first time Ander is astonished when he receives an invitation to the exclusive bordello Although he is not the man to indulge himself in senseless pleasures, the invitation haunts him And when finally he hesitantly enters the House, with sweaty hands and a pounding heart, you, too, will get sucked into the seductive world inside the House and t...


  2. says:

    That s the end Seriously, an orgy is not a conclusion There are so many character arcs in this story that it s head spinning Just when you start to feel the beginnings of a connection, you get thrown into the next character s head It s disconcerting and annoying Lost count of how many, I think 5 6 MCs and again as many secondary characters It gives you a sense of a lot, but tells you little There s no resolution of anything I understand series arcs and how there are cliffhangers that take one along through the stories, but this is like a giant story someone just hacked the first 25% off and published it So structurally, the story pissed me off I like the characters a lot, in fact, they remind me of Teahouse, but without the awesome illustrations I m invested in the characters, but the roulette style story telling means I m not going to read book 2 in the series Favorite quote Besides, the problem with bought men is that they seldom stay bough...


  3. says:

    4.5 starsThis is great fun romance erotica In this alt uni world the very wealthy can indulge themselves in legalized houses of prostitution such as the singular and exclusive, House of Silence HOS which caters to men only or they can have their own all male, personal harems Male on male loving abounds and we get lots of in house action and even an orgy.The story centers around four rent boys Danny, Tam, Vincent, and Reiji who work for Charon, the enigmatic owner of the HOS The story alternates between these central characters and their major clients The boys are talented and dedicated to their work but each has his tragic past One such past comes to the HOS upsetting the smooth and efficient brothel Charon operates The in house intrigues are upset by outside politics that threaten one rent boy in particular and the HOS in general The unfolding mystery is well done and suspenseful.The writing style is a bit formal this is advertised as a gothic romance but the world is modern in e...


  4. says:

    I didn t think I d like this as much as I did, but I got sucked into the world of The House of Silence The story is set in an alternate universe where we follow the rent boys of an elite bordello It is well written and intriguing I was instantly drawn in to the world and lives of the House of Silence The vivid descriptions set the tone of the book beautifully Here we meet Danny, Vincent, Tam, and Reiji They all have unique personalities and a past that won t let them go I m not sure when it happened, but each of these guys slowly got me to care for them.The book starts off almost like a day in the life of a rent boy The POV s constantly change we hear from each of the rent boys and sometimes from a couple of the prominent clients, namely Ander and Aburon I m not a big fan of POV shifts, but I think it completely works in this book At first, I was put off by the format, but then as I read on, I realized how much I was learning about each of the characters Danny is ...


  5. says:

    I just finished reading this book and really enjoyed it.Given that the main setting is in a brothel, a person might assume that the book is sex scene after sex scene without a lot of plot or story, but the assumption would be wrong.The characters are well developed and very interesting Jaken does a nice job of giving up a little information about each character to make the reader interested in them, but she maintains some mystery about them as well The sex scenes however are erotic and well written I also like the way she develops each of the men who work in the brothel how they react to their jobs, how they feel about their jobs, and the things they enjoy or find difficult A sort of behind the scenes peek into how the whores really feel.I found myself caring about each of the characters and what happens to them, and als...


  6. says:

    This was too heavy on the orgies and meaningless sex and too light on personal relationships for me Read like an online fic where you need a sex scene in each posted chapter The bits with relationships were good poor Reiji At heart I m a very trad...


  7. says:

    I don t like this and I am quite surprised that it has such good ratings.The BDSM is too heavy here for me and it includes a rape scene, real rape That is not sexy And the whole idea of prostitutes involved in BDSM games as slaves and victims rubbed me the wrong way I don t have any experiences IRL with this kind of play , but find it extremely uncomfortable to read in thi...


  8. says:

    House of Silence I and II really need to be read together as they form one complete story This volume has background, a lot of sex, and some plot build up Volume II is very plot driven, has suspense, some sex, and a resolution.


  9. says:

    This book is part 1 of 2, which probably should just be one book There is a plot that will be resolved in book 2 A gay whorehouse, in a technologically modern country where prostitution is legal, nobility rule, and slums exist Much of the book is dedicated to erotica with little purpose The first half is introducing the characters through sex scenes There is a mystery about who or what founded this brothel and why That will be resolved in book 2 Book 1 they re under attack by their benefactors because one of the prostitutes was a witness to a crime by...


  10. says:

    Wow.what a way to end a book This was volume 1 of the series It was basically in depth insight into each of the major characters You are introduced to several boys who are employed by Charon at the House of Silence And we get to experience several clients through their eyes You really get the feel of the House Charon remains pretty much a mystery through the book, but I think there is a lot to come for him in the rest of the series.There really isn t a story to follow until the end of the book and no romance really..lots of hot sex though This felt like a getting to know you book I could be wrong, but I see romance coming.Every time I w...

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