Once, in the land of Fahrahshan, there lived a beautiful young woman by the name of Ahrahyah, who since the day of her birth had been raised in the harem of Murad VIII, Sultan of Fahrahshan and ruler of the known world. As she blossomed into womanhood, the Sultan found her to be an irresistible temptation, with a face possessed of immaculately lovely features, flawless skin the color of buffed bronze, long flowing hair as black as night, and a figure buxom and curvaceous beyond compare. Being a man of insatiable lusts, the Sultan took Ahrahyah as his concubine, showering her with gifts of unimaginable value and spending many nights of passion with her in his bedchambers. So completely the aging monarch gave himself over to the pleasures of Ahrahyah's company, he became addicted to aphrodisiac narcotics to restore his virility, and control of the imperial council, the divan, fell to his wife and consort, the Sultana Mirrima. Jealous of the Sultan's affection toward his concubine, the Sultana has long sought to place her son Ahmed on the throne and rule Fahrahshan as his regent. As Mirrima prepares to overthrow her husband, Ahrahyah passes her days in the company of her decadent master, isolated though not entirely oblivious to the deadly intrigues taking shape in the palace...
M. T. White
An avid reader of sword-and-sorcery stories with an erotic twist, M. T. White is a consummate armchair historian with a particular interest in the Middle East, Europe, India, and East Asia. The author is also a mythology enthusiast with a love for folklore of all kinds, from the myths of the ancient Egyptians to tales of the Arabian Nights and everything in between.