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The Abduction of Anna

The Abduction of Anna

by Rod Harden
     
 
Would She Become a Tennis Star or a Star Slave? From the author of the Number One Bestselling Erotic Ebook, <I>The Hunting of Bambi</I>, comes a new tale of captivity and confinement that sets the pulses hammering at the same time that it makes us look at the darker side of some very human impulses, Anna Pornallova, the Russian tennis player, was beautiful

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Would She Become a Tennis Star or a Star Slave? From the author of the Number One Bestselling Erotic Ebook, <I>The Hunting of Bambi</I>, comes a new tale of captivity and confinement that sets the pulses hammering at the same time that it makes us look at the darker side of some very human impulses, Anna Pornallova, the Russian tennis player, was beautiful and talented, who had never quite lived up to her potential. But to one special admirer she was the ultimate victory cup, and he wanted for his very sex slave. When Jason, a professional slaver, abducts Anna, she is cruelly trained her for her new owner. Helpless to resist, is subjected to constant torment. But, will she emerge from the experience a stronger woman and become the tennis star she always should have been, or will she emerge a star slave? Rod Harden's "short stories weave a powerful erotic spell over the reader. Rod Harden brings to life the guilty pleasures that dwell with the dark recesses of the human psyche. Journey with him as he takes you away into a world of pleasure and pain, of domination and submission, treading always the fine line between darkness and light." Rod Harden's books are "the kind you read when you are all alone, convinced you will only take a peek, but soon finding yourself desiring more, hooked on the need of the characters, awakened to your own inner demons."--Michelle Houston, <I>Sensual Romance Reviews</I>. Cover: Mia Jennings

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000086841
Publisher:
Renaissance E Books
Publication date:
04/04/2005
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
438,003
File size:
274 KB

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