Fate, as Water

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In the ancient desert city of Touruqe the young girl Lamiana is sold as a slave. She must now use her wits, beauty and somewhat violent disposition to make her way in a world of self-righteous hypocrites, dangerous morons & occasional buffoons.

The reader should be warned: while the humor might be fun and the sex hot, the murders will make you wince.

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About August Renfelt

August Renfelt is the E-book Author of Erotica too niche for ordinary commercial publication. He writes in both in the Female Dominant and the Shemale Dominant genres, and uses contemporary, science fiction and fantasy settings for his stories.

He firmly believes that Niche Erotica should be clearly labelled. Shemales does not pop up in his Femdom stories without warning and he goes to great lengths to tag his stories as precisely as possible. Should you feel these tags inadequate, by all means add some of your own to help other readers find or avoid his stuff according to their interests.

He also believes Erotica should be entertaining, and so values conflict, the outrageous and spicy situations over realism. He does use gritty realism on occasion so as to anchor his stories in something recognizable, but at the end of the day his stories are fun escapist fiction and nothing more.

He has a website, www.evilbedtimestories.com, uses too many commas, and sometimes feels silly referring to himself in the third person.

August Renfelt

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Review by: Pug Ugly on Jan. 20, 2012 :
It seems fair to warn - If this were written more seriously and less over the top comically, it could easily go from Femdom parody as written by Benny Hill to something that was sick.

But ... it's not written more seriously. The entire story is one long refuge in audacity with raunchy humor that would make Kevin Smith blush from start to finish, and it's perfectly clear that it is and that it intends nothing more. The victim is an Arabian Knights version of Frank Burns from MASH, which is good because only a character that comically 2-dimensional could make this work.

And somehow it does. I'm not entirely sure how.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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