The Watchman (Immoral Virtue Book 3)

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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.

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Published 20 Nov 2015
Pages 172
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“Fifty Shades-meets-Shakespeare in this eloquent, erotic tale.”– Debra Druzy, Contemporary Romance Author

“A well-crafted, wickedly erotic romp through witch trial hysteria. Arla Dahl will whet your appetite for more.” – Candy Caine, author of contemporary interracial erotica

“The Watchman was so hot and satisfying, the perfect conclusion to this trilogy.” – Chloe and Sabine’s Smart Mouth Smut

"Erotic and immensely satisfying." - D.B.Shuster, author of the Neurotica Series

From the Author:
THE WATCHMAN, Book 3 in the Immoral Virtue Trilogy is a dark erotic twist of an already twisted period in American History, the Salem witch trials. Due to its explicit sexual nature, with forced consent, M/m, M/f/f and other BDSM concepts, THE WATCHMAN is intended for audiences 18 and over.

THE WATCHMAN Immoral Virtue, #3 Evil is found when evil is sought.

"For when those in authority neglect to reprove sin, then very often the good are punished with the wicked." italic- Heinrick Kramer, 1486, The Malleus Maleficarum

For yielding to the proud tears of an accused witch, The Watchman’s soul may have been blackened by evil. To prove himself unmarked, his body free of the witch’s branding, he must stand naked before all and submit to the governor’s thorough and shameful examination.

Though Giles Scott would resist the governor’s practiced and patient touch, only complete abandon might prove his innocence. And since the witch cannot feel, only Giles’ arousal can spare his neck from the noose. And so, he surrenders.

Yet screams from another chamber – perhaps pained, perhaps pleasured – awaken memories from Giles’ dark, torturous past, and the governor’s touch no longer teases but stings... much like the punishing bite of a whip against the flesh of THE WATCHMAN

Books by Arla Dahl

The Mark (Immoral Virtue)

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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.

The Accused (Immoral Virtue Book 2)

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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