Slavery in Black and White, Episode 1:

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Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
Adults Only! Explicit Sex! Kendra Thompson was in the wrong place at the right time. Patrolling the grounds of a nightclub looking for her errant boyfriend, she made life inconvenient for Grouper Jenkins, a white slaver on the prowl. His usual product was young blonde coeds, who he kidnapped, trained and sold -- but the silly black slip kept wandering though his ambush site... More

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Words: 31,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465733726
About T. H. Barker

T. H. Barker has been publishing erotica on the web since 2003 under the pseudonym Thinking Horndog and has a following on several sites of readers delighted and entertained by the quality of his works. "I tend not to write pure stroke, but rather put my characters -- who are NOT perfect people or Barbie dolls -- in real situations and wrap a real story around the sex scenes. I'm known for my humor, which is a little twisted..."

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Review by: Vanessa Jefferson on Feb. 01, 2014 :
As a Black professor with children by White men, it shames and humiliates me to confess to finding this story wonderfully well-written, thoroughly enjoyable and all the more arousing for the shame and humiliation I feel I confessing that. I simply LOVED this story and cannot wait to read to the other two parts. In fact, even more shamefully and powerfully arousing, I developed a profound affection for and attachment to the story and its characters, and identify with Kendra in ways that are difficult to comprehend. It is true, as other reviewers have noted, that this story is less harsh than one might expect. I am eager to find out where it goes from here.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Ian Stirling on May 24, 2012 :
Strangely romantic fun - as mentioned by the other reviewer is a good description.

Very much tending towards extreme coercion, rather than outright rape.
A good read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Hospitaller on March 15, 2012 :
Good, even strangely romantic, fun. Not nearly as dark as the tags would make it appear, as is common with this author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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