The Englishman's Arabian Slaves by Mark Andrews

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James Leicester uses his time to make influential friends among the Arabs he meets during his years of service in the Diplomatic Service and admits that the Arabian way of life is one that suits him very well. As soon as he retires, he begins to build a harem of stunningly beautiful servant girls who are branded with his own special mark. Then one of his friends introduce him to new fetish, something which he grows quite fond of.

From prisons to auctions, from his harem to the race track, this book covers all aspects of an Englishman’s experiences in living in a very different country, with very different ways of treating women, one that suits him very well indeed!
 

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Published November 7, 2011 by W&H Publishing. 87 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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