Set 5,000 years ago, we meet a simple potter's daughter, who is disfigured by a group of men who seek to rape her. Her eye is cut out by one of the men as punishment for refusing them. Her father models a clay eye as a replacement, which he paints golden. The eye gives her an extra sense to see the future, but only when she is at the height of orgasm.
As a seer, she gains a great reputation far and wide as a wise woman who can see the future. Her life is now useful and complete, except she longs for a lover who will love her for herself and not for her abilities to see the future.
This was a wonderful, little story, that I enjoyed very much. Straight out erotica can sometimes be a little boring, but in Guillaume's hands, these historical erotica stories become a fascinating glimpse into life thousands of years ago. Combining erotica with a historical perspective is a great idea and I congratulate Guillaume on her imagination and fantastic books. Great job and worth the full five stars because of it.