The Master's Choice by JJ Argus
(Modern Erotic Library)

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Samantha's sexual experience was slight, and confined to the most vanilla of relationships. A prim and proper young woman, she eschewed bad language and immodest dress. As such, she was hardly the logical choice for Jason Carter. Carter was ex-military, a security specialist, and a dominant man already possessing a lovely young twenty-four year old submissive slave girl. He'd picked up Anica in war-torn eastern Europe. And she had insisted on remaining his, clinging to him like a rock in an ocean of instability. Men would discard girlfriends and even wives, after all, but never pets. And Anica was well aware that she lacked the sophistication, education and intelligence of the modern woman Jason needed. The lovely Samantha, on the other hand, had that, but was woefully unimaginative and hesitant about sex. Jason would have a hard road ahead freeing her of her inhibitions to the extent she could accept, much less enjoy his domination and her own submission. But he was never a man to shrink from a difficult task. And so, bit by bit, he set out to wear away her prim and proper thinking and make her his. But introducing her to Anica was going to be another challenge altogether.

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Walravens' Studium der Ostasienwissenschaften und der Ethnologie in Köln und Bonn hatte nachhaltige Folgen: Während andere segeln oder Krimis lesen, forscht und schreibt er über die Kulturgeschichte der Qing-Zeit in China, mandschurische Literatur, den großen Erforscher Japans, Philipp Franz von Siebold, das ostasiatische Druckwesen und die Herrnhuter Mission in Tibet.Die bibliothekarische Laufbahn war geradlinig: zunächst Fachreferent für Sozialwissenschaften an der Bibliothek der jetzigen Helmut-Schmidt-Universität in Hamburg, dann von 1986 bis 2009 Leiter der Abteilung Überregionale Bibliographische Dienste der Berliner Staatsbibliothek.
Published April 6, 2012 188 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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