The lovely redhead Hazel is a small town girl with exactly the innocence and charm that Miles Hetherington is looking for. Under his influence, the naive 22 year old gives in to her repressed sexual desires, and when Miles invites her to work for him at his London Hotel she jumps at the chance. What Hazel doesn't realise is that Miles is an experienced Master with the intention of turning her into a full time sexual slave to serve at his newest enterprise, Bondage Hotel. She'll be trained to serve as maid, waitress and sexual toy for the wealthy guests. As one of several hotel slaves, she'll be tethered to a ceiling track running through every room. Any sign of resistance will be punished with cruel efficiency until she learns to obey. As a frightened Hazel tours the unique facilities of Bondage Hotel while stringently locked into steel cuffs, she shudders at the sight of Miles' fully-equipped bondage dungeon. The trembling girl is horrified to discover that her body and mind respond with shameful excitement to the stark reality of her plight. To her shame, she cannot hide or deny her unwanted arousal. As Hazel's training continues, her conditioned sexual responses grow even stronger until she is forced to accept that her slavery is no longer against her will, and that her submission to Miles brings her more fulfilment than she had ever dreamed possible. Soon there are more unsuspecting females joining Hazel at Bondage Hotel.
As their lives entwine, they suffer the pain of stringent bondage, exacting discipline, slave positions, pony girl training and savage punishment, while relishing the wild pleasures of both straight and lesbian sex.
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Could not even finish it.
Why do they always have to call a womans body part her sex? GGGGRRR makes me so frustrated to her that. Books like this is porn for this woman, I would like just one of these to not call my body part her sex!
I could not even finish this book, I got about 30 minutes in and got so feed up with the narration and the dialoge that I had to give up.
Even worse then 50 Shades of Grey
William Reid, yes. Charles Graham no.
I could not even finish the book, it was so poorly written. The opening scene showed some promise, but the book just became predictable and boring very quickly.
The performance was excellent. The writing was mechanically fine, but all the characters seemed like the same character with different names. All the women have no strength or intelligence, all the men have to keep explaining over and over again why they do what they do. The "erotica" has no heat to it, the complete lack of connection to the characters makes everything boring and lifeless.