Owned Women (BDSM) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Melanie believes in more than simple gender equality. She thinks women are innately superior to men and should be in charge. Despite her beliefs, she is about to learn how women and men should really interact.

When Melanie gets word that there’s a job opening in Andrew’s department, she thinks it’s time to strike. She plans on blackmailing her boss.

But Andrew already knows...
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Owned Women (BDSM)

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Overview

Melanie believes in more than simple gender equality. She thinks women are innately superior to men and should be in charge. Despite her beliefs, she is about to learn how women and men should really interact.

When Melanie gets word that there’s a job opening in Andrew’s department, she thinks it’s time to strike. She plans on blackmailing her boss.

But Andrew already knows she’s up to something. He strikes first, drugging her when they meet for drinks. Melanie awakens in Oak Mont, a very special facility established for the training of women. Andrew greets her when she wakes up. Restrained, she can only growl helplessly while he explores her body.

Later, he shows Melanie around the facility. She witnesses the humiliations the facility’s other guests must endure. Some of the girls are forced to lactate as human cows. Other girls are made to crawl around and fetch balls like little puppies. Then others are dressed up like schoolgirls, put in class, and made to obey their teachers.

Just as Melanie gets a sense of the facility, she is put up for auction. Men from all across the world will get a chance to bid on her, to own her. Worst of all, the man who first caught her is interested in buying her…

The next story is Broadcast Bondage. In it, Gwen is tired of sharing the spotlight with Sophie. Both girls are young, beautiful, and have bright futures in the modeling industry. But ultimately, there can only be one superstar, so Gwen decides to get some help. On a previous trip to Europe, she met Simon, a man in a very specialized line of work.

Simon trains and sells women to the world’s wealthiest men.

Gwen makes a deal with Simon. She can tell him exactly where Sophie will be at particular times. He’ll have no trouble acquiring her. Simon gets a new girl to tame and sell. Gwen gets rid of the competition. It should have been a perfect deal.

But when Gwen meets Simon to discuss the deal, he decides he wants both girls. Before she realizes what’s happening, Gwen is knocked out and later wakes up in shackles. From there, things only get worse. He teaches Gwen and Sophie how to behave and obey by allowing them to dominate and humiliate one another.

Both girls are disciplined while their trials are all recorded and broadcasted for anyone to see. These girls start out famous, but now their fans will get to see a whole new side of them.

Finally, we have Nympho Librarian Slave. Natalie is a quintessential librarian in her glasses, cardigans, and pencil-skirts. She is very dedicated to her job, but when she breaks the rules and risks her career, she is going to need a serious lesson in obedience.

Several months ago, Natalie convinced Jacob Carson to donate more than a million dollars to renovate his local library. But after he sees some of the work, he orders an audit and discovers that she illicitly directed the funds to other projects.

With the door to her office unlocked, he spanks her and she must get down on her knees and service him, but Natalie’s training doesn’t end there. She goes to his house, hoping to convince him to give her the evidence only to end up collared, leashed, and crawling at his feet.

From time to time, Jacob visits her at work too, forcing her to move between the book stacks with her hair down and glasses off. He takes away her panties. Little by little, he is training her to be his private sex toy. The only question is whether or not he’ll let her keep her career as he teaches her how to obey her new Master.

Publisher's Note: This 73,000 book contains explicit sexual content and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Erotic themes include: bondage, male domination, kidnapping, forced exhibitionism, slave sales, and much more.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016785073
  • Publisher: Pink Leash Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/5/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 131,204
  • File size: 162 KB

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  • Posted May 21, 2013

    I loved this book! Despite the previous review, I decided to gi

    I loved this book!

    Despite the previous review, I decided to give it a chance, and I loved every page! Fair warning though, there are a few typos, so if that really bothers you, then you should probably stay away. That said, I thought this anthology was incredible.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

    Very good read. I'm glad I bought it.

    Very good read. I'm glad I bought it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2014

    I really liked this collection.

    I really liked this collection.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2013

    Utterly Wrong

    $7.99 for 158 pages of writing so poorly done I am tempted to believe the author is illiterate. Extremely disappointing. Would be no stars if the rating would post without at least one. The "book" isn't even worthy of 1 star.

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