In a different world where a debt or a crime can lead to a young woman losing her citizenship and becoming a slave with no rights at all, Kelly and Faith are two such women. Wrongly convicted and then sold at auction, they soon find themselves forced to submit to the sadistic whims of Rupert Caine, and whatever bizarre and painful sexual torment he wants them to suffer. More
A mistake or a miscarriage of justice was all it took, and a young woman could find herself stripped of her citizenship, to become nothing but a slave with less rights than a dog, subject to the whims and lusts of her owner. Whatever he wanted to do to her was legal and acceptable in the eyes of the law, however bizarre and painful for her his desires might be.
Kelly was a tough cop, the only woman cop in the county and better at her job than most of the men. Worse, for her colleagues, she was an honest cop. It was only a matter of time before they managed to fabricate the evidence to have her thrown out and convicted.
Faith was beautiful, petite, sweet and innocent, and so honoured to be invited to manage a religious foundation promising to provide security for the faithful in their old age. How was she to know it was all a scam?
The two young woman were an exciting find for Quentin Scales when he spotted them being sold as slaves at the auction in the “legal for all purposes” category. They were so different, and yet… He was sure that the sadistic Rupert Caine would have many weeks of enjoyment if he bought these two beauties.