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Slave Girls of Lesbos

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LESBIAN B & D IN THE DAYS OF SAPPHO! A sizzling epic sapphic tale in the grand tradition of the lesbian pulp novels. In the world of ancient Greece, to be a slave is to be property, torn from your home and sold in a faraway market, your fate merely a roll of the dice. In this harsh world where the mysterious and the terrifying merge, two slave girls struggle to ...more
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Published by Renaissance E Books (first published May 1st 2003)
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Jul 01, 2013 Poison rated it liked it
Well, this was not entirely what I was expecting.

A story of 2 slave girls, and their assorted trials and tribulations, navigating the Isle of Lesbos.

Nyxa is a half-persian slave girl since she was a little girl of 11.

Andromache is an amazon from the horse tribes, recently captured, skilled at fighting and horsemanship.

They are purchased at auction by Dejaneira, a land owner whose husband has recently died, to help with the house, and guard the children(Andromache guarding, Nyxa governessing and
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