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The Dark Library

The Dark Library

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by JJ Argus
     
 

Hannah has her masters degree in Library Sciences, a big student loan, and no job. She is forced to accept a temporary job cataloging the library of the very brash, arrogant, infuriating, nouveau riche Lord Carling in his old manor house in the country. Yet to her consternation, she finds that part of the library contains rare books on bondage and slavery by the

Overview

Hannah has her masters degree in Library Sciences, a big student loan, and no job. She is forced to accept a temporary job cataloging the library of the very brash, arrogant, infuriating, nouveau riche Lord Carling in his old manor house in the country. Yet to her consternation, she finds that part of the library contains rare books on bondage and slavery by the likes of the Marquis de Sade. The old books intrigue her dark inner fantasies. When she discovers a hidden passage down to an ancient dungeon she is fascinated. Yet when she manages to accidentally lock herself in a cell and is discovered by Carling she finds herself plunged into a darkly erotic relationship of submission and bondage to the handsome multimillionaire. The wicked fantasy of being a slave girl in an actual dungeon sets her mind aflame and pulls her free of her dull workaday existence. Yet she quickly realizes that Lord Carling is not merely playing. As he teases and arouses her, as he disciplines and trains her, he is conditioning her to becoming an actual slave! Fiona is smart enough to see it, but will the deep hunger, lust and excitement within her let her resist? Or will she become a slave girl to a nobleman who isn't exactly noble?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032901464
Publisher:
JJ Argus
Publication date:
11/20/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
212,962
File size:
139 KB

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Meet the Author

JJ Argus started writing erotica in the 1980s working for Star Distributing, a New York publisher. Argus has also been published by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. In the 1990s Argus began writing for British publishing houses, which required a decidedly higher level of quality and a lower level of obscenities. Argus has been published repeatedly by Olympia, Silver Moon, Chimera, and Virgin - Nexus. Argus has written and sold over 250 novels, most of which are now available in electronic format.

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