Deirdres Tale

Deirdres Tale Reading Deirdres Tale By Jennifer Campbell Bandcamptomp3.co.uk In The Wilderness Of 1720 S New Hampshire, Deirdre McGregor Struggles To Find Her Place In A Male Dominated World Suddenly And Tragically Deprived Of Her Entire Family By The Murderous Indian Chief Chocorua, Deirdre Wanders Alone Through The Wilderness Her Way Barred By Lake Winnipesauke, She Desperately Attempts To Swim The Freezing Lake, Only To Nearly Die In The Attempt Rescued By The Lusty Fur Trapper, Jedidiah Havens, She Falls For His Manly Appeal, And Becomes His Lover As The Pair Travels To The Infant Port City Of Portsmouth However, At Brewster Tavern, Danger Lurks, In The Form Of Pirate Captain, Alberto Garcia, Who Has Very Different Designs On Deirdre S Lush, Young Body With The Means And Will To Execute His Plans The Pirate Captain Sets A Trap For Deirdre Will Deirdre Fall Victim To The Diabolical Pirate, And If So, What Fate Awaits Her

  • 2.1
  • 1331
  • English
  • 27 March 2017
  • Kindle Edition
  • Deirdres Tale
  • Jennifer Campbell

10 thoughts on “Deirdres Tale

  1. Katerine Borgia says:

    This was a DNF I couldn t get past all of the anachronistic speech and terms.Further, the author had one of the characters slipping between Middle English and something else that could be called a modern Appalachian dialect.

  2. William G. says:

    Unlike most stories where I begin my adventure with few, if any, preconceived thoughts or feelings, I was forced to approach Deirdre s Tale with both a sense of joyful anticipation and a feeling of utter dread As a major fan of Jennifer Campbell s work, I was super excited to be thrust yet again into the delightfully vivid world of extreme female sexual submission she paints However, the sensation of dread I felt stemmed from my total distaste for period pieces and my fear that I would ultim Unlike most stories where I begin my adventure with few, if any, preconceived thoughts or feelings, I was forced to approach Deirdre s Tale with both a sense of joyful anticipation and a feeling of utter dread As a major fan of Jennifer Campbell s work, I was super excited to be thrust yet again into the delightfully vivid world of extreme female sexual submission she paints However, the sensation of dread I felt stemmed from my total distaste for period pieces and my fear that I would ultimately not just dislike, but potentially hate a story by one of my favorite authors I am so very pleased to say that my sense of dread was not only completely unfounded, but the antithesis of my overall reading experience Deirdre s Tale proved to be an amazingly well written erotic ride, and another triumph for Ms Campbell in the field of sex slave erotica This book instantly garnered itself a place among my list of absolute favorites ...

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