Ej Benard

  • The Book of Ruth by Ej Benard

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    Since her youth, Ruth Desponsyni, the diamond eminent and only daughter of a materialistic English Canadian supermodel and a brilliant yet controversial billionaire amorist of French Algerian descent, leads an extraordinarily privileged and sexual life—from the Ivy halls of Dartmouth getting poked by jocks and professors to an unforgettable menage a trios with the lusty young and the wanton on the posh Lake Winnipesaukee in moneyed New Hampshire. In Toronto, mother Val Desponsyni secrets away with a young well-hung drone for an affair not too soon to become known, while in Montreal dad Usak Desponsyni find similar, even more forbidden desires inside the chateau described as home.