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The Jade and Honey Harlot (Tales of Sand and Sorcery #2)

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Sumarkesh: City of Wonders, City of Lies, City of Secrets Star-writ in the Skies. City of Dreamers, City of Veils, City of Harlots and Satisfied Males. In this bastion of decadence, a courtesan spins a tale for her naive young client, a fantastic story about the woman who sits upon the Lotus Throne, elevated there not only by her own charms, but by the greed of a sultan’s ...more
ebook, 17 pages
Published March 16th 2012 by Musa Publishing
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Mar 22, 2012 Stefan rated it it was amazing
This story had a very "Arabian Nights" feel, a story within a story, if you will. A young lad enters Sumarkesh for the first time and decides to visit a house of pleasure. There he meets the narrator of the story and hears the tale of the famous Harlot Queen of Sumarkesh and finds out that things are not always what they seem.

If you are looking for a quick and very entertaining story that can easily be read during your lunch break, buy this book. It's cheaper than a candy bar and will last much
May 17, 2012 Brittany rated it it was amazing
After reading "Shaala, Made of Stone", I couldn't help but be gravitated towards more of the author's works. In this second installment of her series, the author creates yet another world where the characters are still involving themselves in "far away" adventures. I'm really loving the main character, Shaala, and the tough girl attitude she portrays. It's refreshing to have a heroine that can hold her own! I can't wait to see the adventures that await Shaala! I recommend this short story to any ...more
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