Slave to a Dark Lord by Terri Pray

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Romantic Fantasy with a BDSM Twist! In the civilization that gave her birth, Cara had been taught that women were to be cherished, protected and respected. Under the watchful gaze of a gentle Goddess she would be free to choose a mate or not, work a craft and never know a worry. Or so she thought. Where there is a Goddess there is also a God, a Dark Lord whose teachings had left his followers feared and outlawed, destroyed by those loyal to the Goddess. Betrayed by one she thought to be a friend Cara is captured and sold to Lord Gavin, one of the Dark Lord's followers. To him women are beasts, and females are to be taught to serve their owners, their husbands, or any man strong enough to bring them to their knees. Gavin thinks nothing of introducing women to chains, whips, and complete and utter bondage as he breaks them into their rightful place at the feet of men and Cara has been chosen to be his slave and wife, the mother of his children? But Cara has unsuspected strengths, and what Gavin thought would be a easy task develops into a battle of the wills, in which both parties discover they just may be falling in love. Cover: Designed by T.L. Davison

About Terri Pray

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Terri Pray is a stay-at-home wife and mother who is slowly exploring a dream to become a recognized writer. Web content, erotica, signature stories, essays, articles, fiction ranging from science fiction and fantasy to mystery and humor, Terri Pray's range of writing continues to grow, facing new challenges with relish. Currently living in Iowa with her second husband, Terri was born in England, only moving to the States in 1999. They have two children, and share a love of writing and role-playing that brought them together via the Internet. Her husband, Sam, works with DarkFantasy Chat as a graphics and web designer.
Published January 22, 2006 by Sizzler Editions. 120 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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