Beauty's Release - Laurent: Captives at Sea Summary & Analysis

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Laurent: Captives at Sea Summary

Laurent wakes in the hold of a ship, nearing the Sultan's domain. He gazes at each of his fellow captives, all wearing gold mesh between their legs to prevent them from yielding to their sexual urges. Beauty is blond, fair featured, intriguing while Rosalynd has curly black hair and is very attractive. Elena has straight brown hair and is the most spirited of the three naked princesses on board. Next, Laurent regards Dimitri's black hair and cold demeanor while sleeping, though he is the best natured of the six when awake. Finally, Laurent's gaze rests on Tristan, the muscular, blond prince who was taken from the Master that he loved.

Laurent details their sexual deprivation during the long journey. Their hands are bound if they dare touch their genitals, yet they are forced to continually observe each other's nakedness with no...

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