- Average 3.4 from 7 ratings
Good as usual as expected from this Author. But! Too short to develop
such a story. And I don't like happy ending! 4 out of 5 (Ruthy)
Up to the author's usual standards. Worth Reading. 3 out of 5
This is a very light book. 2 out of 5 (Chicago)
Not the worst book I've read, but there's very little to like here.
It's too short for the story it's trying to tell, the characters are
boring and mostly undeveloped, some even seem to disappear mid-scene
for a while, and there is very little in the way of bondage here.
Keeping the slaves in line is based more on threat of violence and the
honor system. Also, it's highly annoying to have works like 'fuck' and
'cunt' censored in an novel of this sort. 2 out of 5 (Urban S.)
A Policewoman's Kidnap And Slavery Ordeal
Poor lovely Lucinda, a young English policewoman falls foul of a vicious old Jewish gangster, Lazarus, his German girlfriend and his young ‘hoodie gang members. Together with her policeman boyfriend and a pretty supermarket manager they are first taken hostage in a siege and then spirited away to slavery in a secluded English country house.
After suffering an ordeal tied to an old water-wheel they continue to be trained by fear, pain and humiliation. The three, together with a beautiful American mother and daughter also captured by Lazarus, suffer a life of hard labour and sexual servitude to the evil couple and young gangsters. Although she yearns to escape – Lucinda doubts that she will succeed.
No. words: 39450 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Male Dom - M/F
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Product type: EBook
Published: 10 / 2011
Martin Hughes has published dozens of bestselling novels of capture and B/D humiliation. His stories are strong and relentless.