Slave Girls of Lesbos by Corbie Petulengro

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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 survive. One is a slave from childhood, desperately wishing only for a kindly mistress; the other is a proud and angry captive from the Amazon horse-tribes who wants nothing more than to escape. Sold onto the island of Lesbos, where strong women rule under the aegis of powerful goddesses, they are tossed into a world of gods and poets, magic and ritual, pain and pleasure, and endure an ordeal that will test their very souls. "Corbie's short fiction is sensational, but this book is so hot it would melt tungsten steel. History, mythology, s&m, sapphic lust and love of every variety. Don't miss this one!" Sybil White, former editor The Fetish Times.
 

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Published May 1, 2003 by PageTurner. 117 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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