- Average 3.4 from 5 ratings
What a disappointment, especially from a respected author. The story
has a great premise but falls flat in delivery. Scenes are, a best,
listlessly described and often completely bland. While the women
supposedly change, none of this is detailed; in fact often glossed
over in a sentence or two. Sadly lackluster! 2 out of 5 (Eljay)
Agree with another reviewer: good but not as satisfying as the
precursor. 3 out of 5
The Slaves' Initiation
Sue, Mandy and Charleen, are on holiday in Africa when they are caught up in the snares of slavers. Mandy and Charlene are on the point of being sold to an African when a white man intervenes with a large offer that cannot be refused. The girls plead with the man to buy Sue as well, promising to do anything he wants if he will agree. He does agree - and the three hapless females end up signing away a year of their lives as slaves!
Each, in their own way, find it extremely difficult to come to terms with the nudity, the obedience, the total submission, not to mention the pain and sexual use. But by the end of the year they are three very different people!
If you enjoyed Ian Smithís book ďA Guest At The House of SlavesĒ you will love this one. Itís the other side of that story, told from the slavesí point of view. Enjoy!
No. words: 36000
Style: Male Dom - M/F, Sex Slavery / Training, Spanking and Bondage
Available Formats: Palm MOBI EPUB Sony Reader (LRF) ;MS Word PDF MS Reader Text RTF
Product type: EBook / Paperback Book
Published: 10 / 2011
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Ian Smith was ordering books by Victor Bruno from Olympia when he saw their advert for authors and sent in a sample script. His first book, "The Wench Whackers' Ball" - later retitled "Ali, Slavegirl Incarnate" - was published less than three months later. Now, ten years later, he has written and seen published over twenty books.
A keen writer since childhood (and now in his forties), Ian enjoys trying to project the feelings of innocent girls caught up in fantastic and daunting circumstances. Sometimes he starts with a planned outline of a book, but often with just a single idea which develops along the way. Some of his books run in series, with recurring characters, others are one-offs.
Ian always has at least half a dozen ideas for more books and gradually those ideas are turned into reality. But then some more ideas turn up ...