Author: Alta Hensley
Publisher: Blushing Books Publishing
Genre: Dystopian Erotic Romance
Small communes are scattered throughout the desert planet. Pods of civilization struggle to survive on the precious, fertile land. Desert inhabitants live in these communes, surviving off whatever resources the small community possesses, but no commune can measure to the Palace of Lazar. Stories of sex, lust, forbidden acts, and a society wrapped around taboo are told among other communes. The four brothers that rule Lazar are known for their insatiable tastes and their women that cater to it all. The Palace of Lazar is not just a commune. It is a harem.
For Briar Hope, the palace offered more. The wonder of the harem and the four brothers haunted her dreams. Briar wanted to see it, live it, feel it, and submit to it. The world of submission called to her very soul. She wanted to end her life as a desert nomad, to exchange it for the promise of the harem's song.
In a world where only the strong survive, can Briar allow the submission required to be part of the harem? Is it possible to find strength in surrender?
Alta Hensley is a multi-published author whose Domestic Discipline/Spanking romance novels have become some of the bestselling books in the genre.
She finally followed one of her dreams, and one of the dreams her Nana always had for her. Alta always wanted to be a writer from the time she could spell, and now she gets the privilege of saying she's an Author.
She also writes under the pen name Mila Kerr for all her books in the genre of Lesbian Romance.
Alta loves to hear from her readers. You can find out more about Alta at www.altahensley.com and she can be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads.
When I started reading In The Palace Of Lazar I was taken away by the storyline. I didn't I would be able to read it as the description didn't really catch me but I had heard many wonderful things and decided to take a chance and I am very happy that I did.
Briar Hope is seeking out the Palace Of Lazar, a place that many people claim to be myth. For Briar, it is hope and the chance to belong. It is a place of mystery that is full of everything she cannot get in the barren lands that surround her. Once she finds the Palace she finds herself home. She easily fits within the Harem and knows that this is where she belonged all along. When Militant forces attack, Briar's world is thrown upside down as she makes new alliances on the quest to find her way back home.
In The Palace Of Lazar brings us into a realistic future. A future without hope and very little commodities. Hensley weaves a story full of hope, punishment, pain, pleasure, and the journey to find one's true self. I cannot wait to see what comes in book two.
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