The Farmer

Adult Erotica
Rated 3.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Hey, you know Marty Miller? Lives on that old farm with his brother, Dennis? You heard what he did? He got himself a sex slave. Some young woman says that she’s giving herself to him for the whole summer. He can do whatever he wants with her, as long as she’s still alive and healthy at when the summer’s over. Nobody knows why a young beauty like her would do it, but she did. It's a scandal. More
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I am a post-modern woman who lives a vanilla life but fantasizes about adventures in masochism. I appreciate readers who purchase my books but, more than money, I need your honest response to my writing. Review my books or contact me at and let me know what you think of my stories. Good or bad, as long as you are not indifferent, your honest response will help me to write more and better stories.
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About the Series: A Gift of Herself
A young woman decides to make herself a sexual slave for the summer. She writes a contract that gives consent to be used for any sexual purposes as long as she is not injured, then chains herself to a tree and waits to be claimed by her first owner.

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grumbler reviewed on Jan. 20, 2020

The first book in a series that takes the un-named (or, rather, variously-named) protagonist through a series of erotic (and not-so-erotic) adventures as a voluntary slave. The story unfolds slowly until the last pages, and proves to be far more satisfying than I expected from the first book.

As is her wont, Ashley Zacharious tries very hard to make the actual mechanics of the slavery and story events work in a logical an clear fashion. Our heroine isn't some broken thing that enjoys pain and degradation, as we first suspect, but rather is a dedicated woman on a mission. I'd love to see more of this character in sequels.

The only downside to the series, in my mind, was the wanton cruelty exhibited in the book on the accountant. Zacharious puts her heroine through trying times indeed in that book, and I found it more grim than I would prefer. If not for that, this would be a five-star review.
(review of free book)
curmudgeon reviewed on April 22, 2019

A good story with an interesting premise: for reasons not disclosed at first a young, very attractive woman ties herself to a tree in front of the home of a farmer who actually makes his living in tech as a programmer. She succeeds in getting his attention -- as well as that of others.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
Lazlow Cole reviewed on Feb. 2, 2019

Full disclosure: this is the second book I tried to read from this author. I made it through 52% of this one. This is just my opinion and not a judgement on the acts described within the book. If others like it, totally cool, I'm not a fan.

To me BDSM is about control yet should be fun. It's mischievous. Depriving someone of food, even for a day isn't fun or sexy, it's just cruel. Doing so when that person didn't break the rules of the play but just because you want to assert your control is mean. I don't enjoy reading about it.

Perhaps another individual will get this type of play and enjoy this book, I did not. Sorry.
(review of free book)
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