Englishwoman Lydia Smith sailed to the Orient seeking her fiance.
She found treachery instead.
In seedy Shanghai, she was drugged, sold, made a slave to a dark-eyed dragon of a man. But while her captor purchased her body, was that what he truly sought? He demanded not her virginity but her yin the essence of her ecstasy and there seemed no choice but to consent. What harm, Lydia wondered, was there in allowing him to pleasure her, to teach her, until she could flee?
It was the danger and reward of taking the first step on a journey to heaven, and her feet were already on the path to becoming a radiant and joyous WHITE TIGRESS