Beauty's Punishment (Sleeping Beauty Trilogy, Book 2) by A. N. Roquelaure

By A. N. Roquelaure

This sequel to The Claiming of drowsing Beauty, the 1st of Anne Rice's (writing as A.N. Roquelaure) elegantly written volumes of erotica, keeps her specific, teasing exploration of the psychology of human desire.

Now good looks, having indulged in a mystery and forbidden infatuation with the rebellious slave Prince Tristan, is distributed clear of the Satyricon-like global of the fort. offered at public sale, she's going to quickly adventure the tantalizing punishments of "the village," as her schooling in love, cruelty, dominance, submission, and tenderness is became over to the overtly good-looking Captain of the defend. And once more Rice's really good story of enjoyment and ache dares to discover the main primal and well-hidden wants of the human center.

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And he ate the other five hares. ” The king roared. “A message? ” 30 “He said you were an impostor. He said you were not a real king of the beasts. ” The hare took a deep breath. ” “He said––” “Never mind,” the king snapped. ” He raked his claws on the ground. “Makes threats, does he? Throws insults, does he? I’m going to give this lion a message of my own. ” The hare nodded. 34 THE LION MEETS HIS MATCH The lion and the hare raced through the grasslands. ” the king demanded. “We’re almost there,” said the hare.

The hare nodded quickly. “I am sure you were. And so was I. ” The lion stopped to think. ” He looked around. ” The hare sighed. “They wanted to be here. Really. But then he appeared. ” The king looked confused. “Exactly,” said the hare. “And he ate the other five hares. ” The king roared. “A message? ” 30 “He said you were an impostor. He said you were not a real king of the beasts. ” The hare took a deep breath. ” “He said––” “Never mind,” the king snapped. ” He raked his claws on the ground.

The hare has friends who are animals that live on the grasslands. Can you imagine what this story might be like if it took place in a different part of the world? 46 Glossary bared: showed bow: to bend the head or body down to show respect dignified: formal and proper grasslands: also called the savanna. This environment has long grasses and scattered trees and shrubs. hedgehog: a small animal that has hair and spines sticking out of its skin pounce: to jump on something and grab onto it well: a deep hole in the ground with water at the bottom Further Reading and Websites Books Anderson, Jill.

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