The Accused (Immoral Virtue Book 2)
By Arla Dahl
A witch marked by the devil cannot feel, no matter how gently caressed, no matter how deeply probed. And so the accused submit,eager to have their innocence proven, their senses aroused, their passions explored. When one resists, her fate is sealed. And any who stand in her defense will stand among… THE ACCUSED
"The Accused draws the reader into a roiling world torn between lethal paranoia and sexual combustion, dread and incapacitating pleasure, as tender flesh is ruthlessly tested for evidence of witchcraft." – best-selling author Pam McKenna
“This story is perfect to curl up with on a spooky autumn night, with a cup of hot cider, and get lost in a decadent place where your wicked fantasies and fears come true." – erotic romance author Debra Druzy
"Explosively erotic with unexpected twists and surprises that keep the pages turning.” – 2013 RITA Finalist, Pamela Hearon
The Accused (Immoral Virtue, #2)
There is no shame in pleasure.
To clear their names and save their souls the accused are stripped and bound before all as they await their governor’s examination.
At the governor’s direction, Abigail Prescott, herself accused as a witch a mere hour past, will help test the women’s responses, for a witch marked by the devil cannot feel, no matter how gently caressed, no matter how deeply probed. Under the governor’s scrutiny Abigail is to thoroughly examine their naked flesh for the black mark of the beast.
But the prideful Elizabeth Hobbs withdraws consent. And her fate is sealed. Taken deep into the forest by the watchman, she will remain naked and open to the elements to await her punishment.
Stirred by her proud tears, the watchman touches her. Soothes her. But when a man succumbs to a witch’s charms, he too stands among THE ACCUSED
Books by Arla Dahl
by Arla Dahl
He yielded to the proud tears of an accused witch and now The Watchman must submit to the governor’s examination, lest the devil’s mark be new upon his own flesh. Though the touch of another man’s hands reminds the watchman of a brutal past, it is only a witch who cannot be aroused...and so The Watchman must yield in body and mind.
by Arla Dahl
Accused of witchcraft, she must strip for the masses and prove herself unmarked by the beast. Though she willingly submits to her governor's thorough examination, she is ill-prepared for his shameful grueling probe for it permits him to see and test her every inch and every hollow.