From the pen of this prolific author, a day-by-day, detailed narrative of a fortnight in the life of Jenna Johnson, a young submissive woman who has never found fulfilment with her lovers in the 'free' world. As she begins to question her sexuality, she is invited to an 'all girl' party at a remote farmhouse, and suspects, even before she arrives, that her life is about to change. By the end of the evening she is in bondage, being used for lesbian sex by an older woman, and for the next few days she is kept in ropes and chains, her body a plaything for all the residents of the house, both male and female, some of them obviously sex-slaves.
During a long weekend she learns that the farm is a centre for a range of activities, all involving the use of slaves. A huge stable block houses human ponies, their grooms and trainers, and a collection of specially built or adapted carriages. They provide the transport on the estate, protected from the winter weather by tight-fitting rubber outfits. A large barn houses the hucows and a dairy to process their milk, while prisoners languish in dungeons deep underground. For Jenni the tour is a long series of sexual adventures, as she is plunged with astonishing speed into a life of pleasure slavery. She finds herself, within a week, servicing a succession of strangers as the 'furniture' in a holiday cottage, but very soon, and very suddenly, her life changes again.
This is a 'stand-alone' story, but it takes place in the 'Organisation' environment, and regular readers will recognise two or three characters from the 'Daniel' and the 'Annie' novels.