Cotton Song Book 3: When a gentrified white woman falls for a slave, passion can create a lot of crossfire...

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Karen and Ben, a gentrified plantation girl and an escaped slave, continue to hole up in Natchez Missisippi while Ben trains for a boxing match, the first of its kind in the Antebellum South. While there, their passions ignite , and each discovers aspects of themselves they had not yet known existed.

Meanwhile John Frederick, Karen's uncle, continues to search for her, and puts out a notice that Ben escaped. Frederick is haunted in his dreams by his dead sister's ghost, who compels him to find and secure her daughter Karen.

His search leads him to New Orleans, where he reunites with a childhood friend and another plantation owner, Phillip Brickle, a man who covets the flesh of African women even more than Frederick, and is involved in nightly voodoo rituals that pulsate deep into the hot Southern nights.

Ben gains skill at pugilism, under the guidance of John Muerell, the sympathetic gambler and rogue who has masterminded the epic fight. But while alone in the storehouse where Muerell has him hidden, Ben's mind wanders into Karen's open arms, and his hand wanders to accommodate such thoughts.

This book continues the Cotton Song epic for over ten thousand words and multiple hot and heavy scenes of wild passion between slave and master, man and woman, and even woman and woman.

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