She Lost a Bet--and Became a Slave! It's late in the twenty-first century, and slavery is once again an American institution. If a girl has the nerve, and the looks, she can gamble her freedom for riches. Jenny Marsten's story begins when her gamble makes her the property of DiMarco Slaveholders. To her chagrin Jenny soon learns that slavery changes much more than a girl's sex life. In fact, if her master, Maurice, asked only that she become erotically expert, she might be able to grudgingly comply. But Maurice knows that slavery is not merely a condition, and as he has with many slaves before he sets himself the task of demonstrating that to Jenny through a series of grueling, humiliating ordeals. As she fights a losing battle to maintain some of her former self-respect, Jenny she finds unexpected support from a fellow slave named Janet, and soon the two are consoling each other physically as well as mentally. Maurice, pleased that his slave has found a potential working partner, encourages the relationship between Jenny and Janet. Unfortunately, just when that relationship matures Maurice's attitude toward his slave changes abruptly. In the end, Jenny must choose between her female lover Janet and her master Maurice.