Slave of the Aristocracy: Book One – On the Auction Block

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.38/5 based on 8 reviews
When Lady Irene saw her husband buy a female pleasure slave at auction, she scandalized the whole aristocracy with her outrageous response. And now there's a book telling every pornographic detail of her adventure. More
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Dennis reviewed on Jan. 17, 2020

excellent! The plot is very plausible for the story setting. The descriptions convey the image, without causing the story to drag. Looking forward to reading the next 4.
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Hoscar reviewed on Jan. 2, 2020

I absolutely loved the book. I am already looking forward to reading the next one in line. Ashley’s storytelling is very good and I appreciate her language.
I have become a fan of hers.
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Robin Bell reviewed on Aug. 29, 2018

A story of abuse and degradation. It is well written story of an ugly world.
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Francis Haley reviewed on Dec. 10, 2017

Good read; very engaging
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Mike Shepherd reviewed on July 9, 2017

This was a fine read, full of nudity and sex with BDSM tossed in to flavor the mix. I found Irene's actions to be fascinating and wild. Better, even she doesn't know exactly why she did it. This is the first of 5 books. I read all of them in one sitting. No sleep that night.
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DonnyDuck reviewed on June 17, 2017

Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Hopefully they are as fascinating. Author creates a society for her books that is enthralling. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
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grumbler reviewed on Aug. 25, 2015

A fascinating books series that would actually work quite well even without the adult content (but wouldn't be nearly as much fun or surreal).

The world Zacharias has created for us is the "male dream" in almost every respect. Men of substance (the aristocrats) buy and sell sex slaves at their whim. The slaves are all young, beautiful, skilled, and uninhibited. Men have total control over their slaves, with no responsibilities at all; the main character belongs for a time to a man devoted to torturing his slaves in excruciating fashion, and no one thinks the less of him for it. When slaves become too old to be pleasing as sex slaves, they are discarded (worked to death in short order as "work slaves").

Zacharias makes this world believable, through use of detail and a very-well-thought-out plot that immerses the reader slowly in the various levels of this society over the course of the first four books, and then shows it subject to change in the fifth. As a man, it is rather uncomfortable to see the dark side of the male fantasy. I'm hoping that was a purpose in writing the books.

Not just the story is good, though. The writing, and especially the dialogue, make these books an enjoyable read just for the language. Highly recommended.
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curmudgeon reviewed on Jan. 31, 2014

Excellent story; good value.

This story begins with a premise similar to that in “White Ivory” by Leslie Brooks. In both the protagonist is a respectable woman in a dull, sexless marriage who chooses to become a slave. Both characters get the sex they want; both also pay a price they do not expect. Ms Zacharias' protagonist is a high-born woman in a society resembling those described by Jane Austen: a rigid hierarchy, with strong rules about how women of the upper classes will behave. Lady Irene violates those norms. Her punishment for doing so is worse than she expects.

It puzzles this reader that men in this imagined upper-class society marry at all. Sex is freely available – to men with the money to buy slaves, at least. But not to wives of that station; these women provide some companionship, but seemingly not enough to justify marriage. Children are why upper-class men of Victorian society married: they wanted heirs. But there's no mention of children here. (Austen's women who had been married long were mothers.) Readers might be astonished that only the one wife rebels.

The present volume appears to be the first of a series. It ends with an appropriate cliff-hanging. We look forward to the sequel.
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