The Mark

The Mark

by Arla Dahl

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Overview

History is revised in this erotic tale of choice removed as the duty to submit wars with the desire to resist. Abigail Prescott, a 17th Century woman accused of witchcraft, seeks to prove herself unmarked by Satan. She willingly submits to her governor's thorough examination but is ill-prepared for his shameful grueling probe, as it permits him to see and test her every inch and every hollow.

From the Author:THE MARK, Book 1 in the Immoral Virtue Trilogy is a highly erotic, non-romantic tale of sexual awakening and abandon, of the duty to submit vs. the desire to resist. Due to its explicit sexual nature, with elements of BDSM and dubious consent, THE MARK is intended for audiences 18 and over.

Be this a witch?

In 1600's New England, it was decreed thus: "Whoever lies with the beast will bear a mark that is insensible and in their most secret parts, and may be located only through diligent and careful search."

Accused of witchcraft, Abigail Prescott must strip for the masses and submit to the Governor's inspection. She is ill-prepared for this shameful, grueling probe as it permits him to see and test her every inch and every hollow.

Governor Jameson Foster has examined many before, but Abigail enchants him like no other. Before he succumbs to her sweet charms, he must uncover the dark truth of this bewitching.

Should she feel his prodding and respond to his touch, her innocence will be proven. And this night he will claim her. Should she resist, fail to cry out in pain or in pleasure, then all will know she is a witch who bears The Mark.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990401636
Publisher: Brooklyn Rose Press
Publication date: 05/27/2014
Series: Immoral Virtue , #1
Pages: 134
Product dimensions: 5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Arla Dahl is a lover and avid reader of all things sexy and suspenseful. In her Immoral Virtue Trilogy, the horrors of the 17th Century witch trials are exposed, examined and reversed. Deeply moved by the viciousness of times, Arla created stories that would turn history on its ear and make that which labeled the accused susceptible to the temptations of evil into the one thing that would set them free: lust.

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