You would think
that being a tabloid reporter, always being where you aren't wanted,
would be enough stress. Now you're in an Arab sheik's harem,
enjoying the delicacies, knowing your life is in danger if you're
unmasked for who and what you are. But you only go around once in life, so . .
. . .
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Alex Fortesque (not his real name), who's Jewish, managed to
finagle an invitation from an Arab sheik for two weeks of unlimited
harem frolics. And at no cost, to boot! Does he:
(a) Just sample everything, kosher and otherwise?
(b) Do the outrageous things the sheik wouldn't even try? or
(c) Find out why the sheik's cardiologist made him cut down
his daily intake? or
(d) Become the world's most controversial murder victim?
Juliet? Not. And no, the story doesn't end the way you'd
expect, but it ends the way it should. If he
were to get a second chance, Alex would read the fine print.
For you the reader, the fine print is the Author's Note, the
book's last two pages.