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Lady Beth

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My name is Elizabeth -------, daughter of the Earl of M------, younger sibling of a brother, and elder sister of a brother, J------.
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The terrifying, sanguinary account of a young lady's abduction into slavery. No sooner does the lovely virgin meet her betrothed - a British officer stationed on duty outside of Khartoum - than she and her entire entourage are captured in the desert by fierce nomads. Prized for her beauty and golden tresses, Lady Beth is forced to endure the erotic demands of feared and virile leaders. Stalwart throughout, cunning enough to execute one of her captors, Lady Beth caters to their whims until her clever escape.
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