Aliya Baban and the Cave of Pleasure

A Desires of the Lamp Tale #2 - Needs to be read in order

Aliya has been a ticket and a genie lamb and told by her boss to get the advertising account for the new club, "Cave of Pleasure", because if she doesn't get the account she will be fired on Friday. She goes to the club after rubbing the lamp and everybody knows her name so she is wondering why everybody knows it. It turns out the owner of the club Matuse is part demon/part genie and he will not give the account to Aliya he all ready gave it to someone else. Matuse also has plan for Aliya that include making her pay for what did to people in her past or else.

Aliya Baban and the Cave of Pleasure is a page-turner that will keep you reading until the end. This book has a very interesting premise that you will have to figure out on your own. I'm not giving anything away. You need to read the first book in the series because this one takes characters from the first story and adds to them.


Book Blurb for Aliya Baban and the Cave of Pleasure

Book Two of the Desires of the Lamp Tales

Advertising agent Aliya Baban is beautiful with a capital B. Unfortunately, she's also a witch with a capital B. In her twenty-eight years of life, she's managed to offend almost every woman she has ever met.

But she doesn't care, really. That's just the way life is.

When her boss tells her to get the Cave of Pleasure account, or else get a new job, Aliya takes her party invitation-and the strange lamp she's received-and attends the nightclub's grand opening, ready to do battle for her livelihood.

Matuse is more than just the owner of the Cave of Pleasure. he's a pleasure Djinni. And Aliya has rubbed his lamp. For the next thirty days, she belongs to him. Though he intends to bring intense pleasure to her body, it's also his job to make sure his "she-devil" changes her wicked ways.

Will Matuse be able to help Aliya overcome her painful past? Or will Aliya fail to make the five heartfelt apologies she needs to make to the five women she has hurt the most.


Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2008 4.00