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Lustful, taboo dreams torment Princess Ariden. A beast roams her nights, a beast who wants to posess all of her. Then there are the queen’s dressmakers, five lovely beauties she suspects may be the answer to satisfying certain new, unseemly urges. Follow Ariden as she explores her new sexuality and tastes forbidden pleasures in this sexually graphic fantasy novella. Excerpt: “Who are you?” she whispered, still frightened. She could hear his breathing. It was enormous and echoed around in his chest before entering the world to mix and mingle with Ariden’s exhalations. He didn’t answer, only breathed. Now she could feel his air on the back of her neck. It was warm and moist, and she wished for a moment, despite her fear, that he would breathe on her breasts to warm them as well. “I wish to see you,” she said, but she waited for an answer rather than just turn. She had a feeling he would be gone again before she could catch a glimpse, and she very much wanted to catch another glimpse of him. The tugging feeling in her stomach pulled lower, and she shifted her arms so the dress would pull against her sensitive nipples. Warmth began to build between her legs. Her heart pounded so loudly in her ears she wasn’t sure she would hear him if he did speak. “Please.” “Not yet,” he whispered, and now she felt something warm and solid move against her back. Caution! The Princess and the Minotaur is an 18+ novella containing explicit language and graphic sexual situations including male/female, multiple females, and female masturbation. About the Author: Jolene Kendry is an erotica author and full time beach bum. She spends her days on the sandy shores of the world’s best beaches, and her nights writing down her daydreams and fantasies. She eats too many crab cakes, spends too much time in the sun, and owns more bikinis than t-shirts.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2011
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2000959901098
    • ISBN:  9781458033208
    • Faixa Etária:  a partir de 18 anos

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