Taken Book I: Slave of Desire
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by Raven Willow-Wood, Marly Mathews
Category: Erotica/Erotic Science Fiction/Romance
Description: She was his, a slave of desire... Taken forcefully from Earth, Catriona Monroe finds herself headed for the Intergalactic Slave Market. When she discovers that they are auctioning her off as a sex slave, her misery turns to all out panic. Captain Bayne Aylward was known as the Scourge of the Solar Systems. When he discovers that one of his ragtag pirate crew has bought Cat using his name and money, he goes ballistic. Once he sees the slave, though, his rage turns into desire. But will it consume them both? Rating: Carnal/Erotic. Warning! This novel contains voyeurism, exhibitionism, public sex, oral sex, foreplay, forced foreplay (by non-hero), forced seduction, punishment via spanking, domination, submission, master/slave role play. Genre: Futuristic Romance.
eBook Publisher: New Concepts Publishing, 2010
eBookwise Release Date: December 2010
44 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [184 KB]
Reading time: 125-175 min.
Catriona Monroe made her way out of the casino with a heavy heart. The Star Rocket Hotel would be demolished in two days, and, with the notification that the one hundred year old hotel was to be destroyed, she'd also gotten her walking papers from her job as an entertainer in their Erotic Dance Shows.
Sadly, her life on Earth was over. She'd gotten word from an old friend that they were hiring dance show girls out on the Star Runner Space Colony, and she wanted to try her luck at making it big in one of their famed performances, since she was trained as a fan dancer and could do other dance numbers when called upon. Maybe, if she was lucky, she would even meet one of the rich tycoons who had struck gold on the colony.
"There is too damn much bad blood here on Earth now," grumbled one of the regular gamblers. "Ever since they opened our world to alien refugees, we haven't had an ounce of peace. They're always trying to drag us into one of their wars. Why can't they all just pack up and leave?"
Cat stopped short. Here she was getting ready to pack up her belongings and there was Gladys Conroy going on about how the Earth needed to be cleansed of alien invaders.
"What? Cat, don't you have anything to say to me tonight?" Gladys was loud and boisterous, and, at one hundred and five, she recalled the day the Hotel and Casino had opened. In fact, her father had been a construction worker on the site.
"I am leaving tomorrow night," Cat said, trying not to sound too emotional. She didn't want to break down in front of anyone. "I thought I would come and say goodbye then."
"Where are you going, hon?" Gladys asked, looking intrigued.
Cat debated whether she should tell Gladys any more than she already had. She knew from years of experience of seeing her at the hotel that she would have very strong opinions about what she had planned. But, for some reason, she told her anyway. "I am off to the Star Runner Space Colony." Perhaps she'd only told her just so that she could hear what she had to say. Maybe subconsciously she wanted someone to tell her that she shouldn't go, that she should stay on Earth. She still had a lot of lingering doubts about leaving. She'd never traveled among the stars before, never thought she'd have to. And now that she was going to, she was filled with mixed emotions. Although Earth was the only place she'd ever call home, it didn't feel like home anymore. She didn't have any family left and all of her friends had moved on. So why did she still feel this need to stay?
Gladys' eyes hardened. "You lost your job and you're running away from Earth. This is what I am talking about. The World Government is pushing out our children who were born and bred here and soon Earth will be overrun with those foreigners from the stars. I am sick of it. I am happy I won't be alive much longer. If my father could see what has become of Earth, he'd cry, he'd just lose it."