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Madames – Book Two

The second volume in a collection of female-led fiction containing the most dominant women – sexually, spiritually and domestically – to ever have walked the planet.

Be they an Indian neighbour and a faithless wife, a landlady from Pakistan, or a young Indian housekeeper.

Book Two of “Madames” contains:

“The Alpha Wife” by Ilse Becker-Taylor; “Serving Ms Shreya by Malkin Jamali; and “A Passage to Britannia” from Ms Indira.

A wife and her Indian neighbour reduce a once proud English husband to sexual and domestic service.. A divorced and down-on-his-luck man is seen as perfect by a widow from Pakistan – a perfect manservant!… While a smug English professor in Hyderabad is made the chattel of his young Indian housekeeper.”.

Three books of exotic female-led fiction for the connoisseur of the woman of authority.

Author
Ilse Becker-Taylor, Malkin Jamali & Ms Indira
No. of Words
163000

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