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Love Slave - Uncut

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Taken from under the nose of her lover by the dangerous and vengeful Berber chieftain, young Lady Charlotte Brandon and her maid, Meylissah, are both brutally handled and transported to the Ottoman controlled city of Tunis where the proud English 'Milady' is handed over to the infamous 'House of Slaves' for training and eventual sale. Life as a Christian slave in the ...more
Kindle Edition, 256 pages
Published July 20th 2011 by Kink
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Apr 13, 2013 Kyra rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There is heavy-duty SM in here! So if you don't get into horrible torture at the hands of a true monster, don't venture into this book.

That said, this is a well-written, erotic story of slavery, harems, love, lust, and cruelty in an exotic setting. When you finish it, you'll feel that you've been through hell and back, but you'll be so drawn into the story that you'll be compelled to finish it as quickly as you can.

Take heart - after the main characters are put through almost unbearable torture,
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