Devil of Nettlewood by Louisa Trent
(Anarchy Tales)

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Anarchy Tales: Book One Devil of Nettlewood.

Though tales of Lord Spur's cruelty are legendary and his discipline of her is oft-times harsh, peasant Mitri chooses carnal servitude in the nobleman's solar over rotting in a dungeon as his prisoner.

But Lord Spur is as thorny as the vines surrounding his embattled keep. His prick stings her so! He toys with her mercilessly, all hours of the day and night.

And not only in his bedchamber. Subjected to all manner of forbidden acts, her pleasured flesh rubbed raw from leather restraints, her throat screamed hoarse from the pained releases forced upon her, Mitri accepts the bounty of her Master's rough passion everywhere.

And then, Lord Spur brings in his squire Nym. Not to mention his brother Lord Talon. The overlord presents her to each as if she were a lamb at market.

Whatever is she to do?

There is naught to do -- save trust beyond question, save trust beyond doubt, that she has found her one true love in the dominant overlord.

But -- has she?

Has she found her one true love? Or has she only succumbed to the dark seduction of the Devil of Nettlewood?

WARNING: While not straight erotica, this story is an erotic romance. As such, it contains explicit sex, graphic language and adult situations.
 

About Louisa Trent

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Louisa Trent is happiest writing and so she writes all the time, even when the veggies are in need of peeling and the dust bunnies are in need of vacuuming. When she was far too young to contemplate anything as serious as marriage, she snatched up a boy with a sense of humor and led him straight to the altar. Somewhere along the way, she picked up a couple of academic degrees, which she uses every day, only not in the way she intended to use them. Blessed with three funny sons and a husband who still makes her giggle, she lives in a quaint New England town, in a messy home, surrounded by flowers and laughter. Visit with Louisa at www.louisatrent.com or email her at louisatrent@louisatrent.com.
 
Published January 16, 2013 by Trent Publications. 185 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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