Ritual of Honor
Published by eXcessica Publishing
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Published: May 06, 2011
Words: 11,338 (approximate)
A young American falls into the callous hands of both men and women who only want to use and abuse him, to be finally saved by falling into the strong but reverent hands he truly wants to hold him.
Asking life for little more than the opportunity to play the piano and tennis, family pressure finds a young American man enlisted in the Air Force and assigned to Okinawa. There his extraordinary natural sexual attraction leads him into the hands of a manipulative pimp and the beds of bored generals and their wives, to be shared separately and together. Disillusioned, he leaves the service to be taken in by a cougar Okinawa art gallery owner. She uses him to cajole and satisfy well-heeled clients both in Okinawa and Tokyo, which drives him to playing the piano and servicing customers in a Naha piano bar for the man who seduced him into prostitution in the first place. Enter the mysterious, powerful, and wealthy Japanese art patron, General Takehiko, who wishes to both liberate the young man and use him for his own ritualistic purposes.
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