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The Senses Bejewelled By Cleo Cordell

The Senses Bejewelled
by Cleo Cordell

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But when she is kidnapped by Kasim's enemy, Hamed, her new-found way of life is thrown into chaos. Kasim, too, has to face the toughest challenge of his life, For the only way he can win back Marietta from the clutches of Hamed and the arms of Gabriel is to agree to spend time as Hamed's plaything.
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The Senses Bejewelled Summary


The Senses Bejewelled by Cleo Cordell

An intense exploration of exoticism and the boundaries of erotic desire. Willing captive Marietta is settling into an opulent life of privileged captivity as favoured concubine in the handsome Kasim's harem. But when she is kidnapped by Kasim's enemy, Hamed, her new-found way of life is thrown into chaos. Reunited with her beautiful slave lover, Gabriel, she suffers the torments of a tainted desire. Kasim, too, has to face the toughest challenge of his life, For the only way he can win back Marietta from the clutches of Hamed and the arms of Gabriel is to agree to spend time as Hamed's plaything. Will his honour - and, indeed, his flesh, stand the test?

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The Senses Bejewelled Reviews


"[Black Lace books] create cult heroines.' Observer Life Magazine; 'Deliciously saucy' New Woman"

About Cleo Cordell


Cleo Cordell was one of the original Black Lace Divas whose erotic novels were reprinted again and again throughout the nineties. She went on to write fantasy novels in the US, and now writes under a pseudonym. She is the author of Juliet Rising, Opal Darkness, The Captive Flesh and The Senses Bejewelled all available from Black Lace.

Additional information

GOR001401235
The Senses Bejewelled by Cleo Cordell
Cleo Cordell
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Ebury Publishing
1994-01-01
256
0352329041
9780352329042
N/A
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