Odalisque

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Random House, Sep 4, 2008 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Beautiful but scheming, successful designer Auralie plots to bring about the downfall of her virtuous cousin, Jeanine. Recently widowed, but still young and glamorous, Jeanine finds her passions being rekindled by Auralie's husband. But she is playing into Auralie's trap - and a world of erotic depravity?

Set against a backdrop of sophisticated elegance, a tale of family intrigue, forbidden passions and depraved secrets unfolds.

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About the author (2008)

Fleur Reynolds was one of the original and most-loved Black Lace divas who captured the heights of female sexual fantasy.

She is the author of the Black Lace titles: Bonded, Handmaiden Of Palmyra, Odalisque and The House In New Orleans.

She still writes but under other names and lives in London.

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