Tessa The Wardress
The young woman, human rights activist, is heading to the Eastern European country to pick up a proof of human rights violation, a manuscript, written down by the wardress of the local concentration camp. More
This novel tells you a story of the young fashionable woman being sent to one of Eastern European countries by the human rights organization. The purpose of this trip was to pick up an evidence of human rights violation in this country, a manuscript, written down by the wardress of one of local concentration camps.
She meets with her mysterious opponent, the attractive girl wearing posh leather cloth and expensive accessories, and receive the paper. Moreover, she is forced to read this manuscript during that meeting.
The whole horror of the female concentration camp reveals to her: wardresses in black uniform torture and humiliate prisoners, camp's officers own personal slaves and use them as servants and pets, pervert lesbian sex that surprisingly delivers extreme pleasure for both parties: wardresses and inmates.
To prove that she has authority, the wardress decides to arrest two random women on the street and interrogate them in front of our human rights ambassador.
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