Song of Desire [NOOK Book]

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On the desert planet of Bluhari, no male of social status will accept a virgin bride. Breaking in virgins is a rutting slave’s job and there’s none more proficient than the enigmatic Thorne. With no memory of who he is and his sexual prowess his only asset, he serves a mistress who is determined to keep him in sexual servitude.

Sierra’s pampered life spent devoting herself to music is about to end. The time has come for the virginal princess ...
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Song of Desire

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Overview

On the desert planet of Bluhari, no male of social status will accept a virgin bride. Breaking in virgins is a rutting slave’s job and there’s none more proficient than the enigmatic Thorne. With no memory of who he is and his sexual prowess his only asset, he serves a mistress who is determined to keep him in sexual servitude.

Sierra’s pampered life spent devoting herself to music is about to end. The time has come for the virginal princess to learn the art of pleasing the prince of the neighboring kingdom to whom she’s been pledged. Sierra is determined not to cooperate. Thorne, whose chance for freedom depends on successfully preparing her for marriage, is just as determined. When the two meet, the level of passion they experience will change both their lives.

This edition includes both versions of Song of Desire, allowing readers to choose their favorite. Version 1—Thorne has dark skin and Sierra's best friend, who is female, reveals a secret she finds both shocking and thrilling.
Version 2—Thorne has pale skin and Sierra's best friend is a male who reveals he's been living a lie for years. His confession both shocks and thrills her. Version two, which is 10,000 words longer, reveals Thorne's and Sierra's fate.

Publisher's note: Both versions include graphic ménage love scenes.
Although previously published, this is the first time both versions have been offered in one volume.

51, 400 words

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940150573321
  • Publisher: Marilyn Lee Unleashed
  • Publication date: 9/19/2014
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,234,645
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Marilyn Lee lives, works, and writes on the East Coast. In addition to thoroughly enjoying writing erotic romances, she enjoys roller-skating, spending time with her large, extended family, and rooting for all her hometown sports teams. Her other interests include collecting Doc Savage pulp novels from the thirties and forties and collecting Marvel comics from the seventies and eighties (particularly Thor and The Avengers). Her favorite TV shows are forensic shows, westerns (Gunsmoke and Have Gun, Will Travel are particular favorites), mysteries (loves the old Charlie Chan mysteries. Her all-time favorite mystery movie is probably Dead, Again), and nearly every vampire movie or television show ever made (Forever Knight and Count Yorga, Vampire are favorites).
Marilyn has won numerous writing accolades, including a CAPA award for Bloodlust: Conquering Mikhel Dumont and the following Lub-Dubs Awards for 2009: Lifetime Achievement Award, In Blood And Worth Loving (Best erotic novel and best sci-fi/fantasy/paranormal Award.
She loves to hear from readers who can email her at or who can visit her website, Visit her Facebook page ( She has a Yahoo! Group called Love Bytes that readers can join by sending an email to marilynlee-

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