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She was Hurled Through Time to Become a Slave! In Fletchina Archer's newest erotic fantasy, Theresa is a contemporary young woman, interested in languages, who is unhappy with her life. Her American-Greek family doesn't understand her and, worse, Theresa believes she is grotesque because she's fat. Her only respite in life is karate--and she has almost won her black belt. Though they do not get along, Theresa's father encourages her interest in languages, for the past few summers has sent her to Greece to study ...
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Harem Girl

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She was Hurled Through Time to Become a Slave! In Fletchina Archer's newest erotic fantasy, Theresa is a contemporary young woman, interested in languages, who is unhappy with her life. Her American-Greek family doesn't understand her and, worse, Theresa believes she is grotesque because she's fat. Her only respite in life is karate--and she has almost won her black belt. Though they do not get along, Theresa's father encourages her interest in languages, for the past few summers has sent her to Greece to study Greek. But, this summer, Teresa's ship is struck by lightning on the way from Athens to the island of Rhodes, and she finds herself transported hundreds of years into the past into the Rhodes of the Ottoman Empire. A fisherman finds her and quickly sells her to Stavros, the slave dealer, who appreciates her beauty and plans to give her to the Sultan for his harem. But, first Theresa must be taught Turkish, the erotic arts, and belly dancing--even if she has to be taught them with a whip! What the men of the past don't realize is that a woman with a black belt is easier to capture than to keep! Fletchina Archer's work is "fast paced, graphic, thoroughly enjoyable--with well-written scenes, both explicit and non--strong writing--complicated characters--definitely to be added to the collection," says "The Book Corner" review site.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000086995
  • Publisher: Renaissance E Books
  • Publication date: 4/4/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 510,669
  • File size: 233 KB

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