Daughter of the Sands, the unexpurgated edition by Wheldrake

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Linden was a sadist, a real sadist. Her needs and desires were powerful and compelling, and yet it was so difficult to find a man who could satisfy her. There was no shortage of potential partners. Many, many men had been tied to her bed while she vented her lust on them, yet few ever came close to providing the satisfaction she sought.She was also a professor of archaeology, and her remarkable discovery of an ancient artefact during fieldwork in the Lebanon brought her the promise of a solution to her problems. Very different from descriptions of demons in traditional Arabian tales, the jinniyeh who emerged from the bottle was female and promised to find Linden the man she so badly needed.Of course, it could not be so simple. The desires of the jinniyeh herself were not all that they first appeared, and even Linden was to discover that her own lust had facets she was only just beginning to understand.

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Published July 15, 2009 by Strict Publishing International. 220 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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