In the Palace of Lazar

  • by Alta Hensley
  • Narrated by Hollie Jackson
  • 4 hrs and 46 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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?


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Dystopian Erotica!

I loved this book! It takes place in a post apocalyptic future where people live in communes by the few remaining water sources. This book is full of erotic sex, spanking, dominance, and submission. Alta Hensley is an excellent writer. But no matter how good the story, it's the narrator that can make or break it. Hollie Jackson is perfect! She does an excellent job with all the character voices, emotions, and sound very lustful when needed.
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- Todd (Toad) Vogel "I love almost anything post-apocalyptic, zombie, scifi, ect. Always looking for some new earhole entertainment!"

Blahhhh.., boring, no Spice in sight ...flacid

I thought this book would be a naughty and hot and something more than just the about spanking. who is just not written well the performance is done terribly badly and even I knew that Dante was one of the four brothers there within 2 minutes of them being introduced. the one thing that could have made this book interesting was the attack on the palace but even that she f***** up she had her friends killed and we never you found out if any survive. so so so so so so bad and not in a good way if I had any flesh to deflate it would have been flaccid the entire time. in fact maybe that's what we should call the book The Palace of flacidity.
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- ReaderLover

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-11-2014
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publications