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The Trial of Three (eBook)

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The Trial of Three
The Trial of Three eBook Cover, written by Lia Meyers
The Trial of Three eBook Cover,
written by Lia Meyers
Author(s) Lia Meyers
Publisher Less Than Three Press
Publication date June 19, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 57 Pages
ISBN 9781684315017
ASIN B07T5RLXCQ

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The Trial of Three is an eBook written by Lia Meyers. In this work the character Countess of Starfordia is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Trial of Three
  • Author: Lia Meyers
  • Published By: Less Than Three Press
  • Length: 57 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07T5RLXCQ
  • IBSN: 9781684315017
  • Publishing Date: June 19, 2019


Plot Summary

The Countess of Starfordia, a depraved succubus, terrorizes the countryside as she drains the vitality from sacrifices with her voracious carnal appetite. When Celandine's friend-with-benefits is selected as the Countess's next servant, Celandine volunteers in her place. A priestess-in-training, Celandine loves to submit to the will of her gods... and to play exquisitely painful games of dominance and submission. She's confident that her faith and her sensual nature will enable her to perform whatever tasks are expected of her.

Taken to an enchanted castle, Celandine meets the Countess's captured pets: Tikara, a brave knight trapped in a permanent state of desire, and Wraith, a darkly beautiful warlock suffering under a mysterious curse. Even as Celandine challenges herself to endure humiliating torments at the Countess's hands, she finds unexpected love with her fellow prisoners. Only by working together will Celandine, Tikara, and Wraith be able to break the Countess's sensual spells.


Book Review

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