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Helen and Paris

spartan queen asking nothing for herself but herself of course helen fled an unloving heart cannot be endured beauty is a gift that a husband must keep chained no matter the tears a thousand ships launched? sails filled with whispers … Continue reading

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The Left Hand of Justice

★★★☆☆ Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Jess Faraday’s blog Jess Faraday’s The Left Hand of Justice, published 2013, is a steampunk detective novel, set in 1820s Paris, with a lesbian romance of sorts. Inspector Elise Corbeau is a reformed character, brought up … Continue reading

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By dead of night

A Martian field by dead of night Was witness to a sweet delight A hasty, furtive meeting there Between two lovers on a dare Unseen except by windows dark They met and stripped within the park The Eiffel Tower loomed … Continue reading

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A Parisian Beauty

At night her flashing eyes delight Elegant beauty, a seductive sight She stands upright for all to see Her curving legs arch high above me I love to wind up round her lacy thigh An intricate path, high into the … Continue reading

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