Determined to find the human traffickers preying on Shadowlands' submissives, Master Raoul gets himself invited to a small slave auction. Once informed, the FBI orders him to reject the limited choices so the slavers will invite him to the big auction. To Raoul's shock, one of the slaves is the kidnapped friend of a Shadowlands sub. She has a scarred body...and an unbroken spirit. He can't leave her behind. Ruining the FBI's carefully laid plans, he buys her.
Kimberly's freedom has come at a devastating price: the other women are still slaves. An FBI raid is their only hope for rescue. Desperate to help the Feds locate the big auction, she agrees to pose as Master Raoul's slave. Wearing a collar again is terrifying, but under the powerful dominant's care, Kim starts to heal and then to blossom. This is what she's been drawn to - and fled from - her entire life.
She escaped the slavers who captured her body - can she escape the master who's captured her heart?
Publisher's note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some listeners may find objectionable: anal play, BDSM theme, elements (including/not limited to: bondage, fire play, flogging), and violence.
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i do not like Erin;s voice
Should have known better....Nonsensical BDSM
Nothing, this story was nonsense. It is clearly intended for people other than I.
The performances were fine, the dialogue was silly. "I'm going to push you, and you are going to take it for me....That's my good girl...", "Take this pain for me...." "Do I trust your surrender enough to push your limits as I should..." (there was more but I couldn't hear it over the sound of my retching...)
I liked the dog. Everyone else can go....
Clearly intended for someone other than I, don't listen to this book unless you enjoy silly relationships with weak women (who are purported to be strong because they can surrender all responsibility for their lives to their 'masters'). You also need to be willing to believe in supermen who can read a women's every thought, sadistic bastards who believe causing pain shows their love and yet are riddled with angst that their victims might not 'need' them enough. Nauseating? Revolting? Ridiculous?
- Old n'tired