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His Hour

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Author: Elinor Glyn
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 55,075 / 162 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 86.4
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,612
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A beautiful blonde Englishwoman visits Russia, and is violently made love to by a young Russian aristocrat. A most unique situation complicates the romance.

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alf with menace.

"So, so," said the young man, riding in front. Then he laughed, and putting his hand in his pocket, brought out a quantity of silver and flung it among them with merry words in Arabic, while he pointed to the windows of the house.

Then he seized the bridle of Tamara's camel and started his horse forward. The crowd smiled now and began scrambling for the baksheesh, and so they got through in peace.

Neither spoke until they were in a silent lane again.

"Sometimes they can be quite disagreeable," he said, "but it is amusing to see it all. The Sheikh lives here--he fancies the pyramids belong to him, just as the Khedive fancies all Egypt is his--life is mostly imagination."

Now Tamara could see his face better as he looked up to her superior height on the camel. He had a little moustache and peculiarly chiseled lips--too chiseled for a man, she thought for a moment, until she noticed the firm jaw. His eyes were sleepy--slightly Oriental in their setting, and loo

Reader Reviews

Average Rating of 5 from 1 reviews: *****
2007.12.24
Linda Otto
*****

Elinor Glyn does it again. A good light read. A prototype for today's romance stories of the innocent damsel who is
visiting a foreign country. How can she help falling in love with the oh-so-dashing prince. Enjoy!


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