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Prima
     

Prima

4.5 22
by Carolyn Faulkner
 
A devastating plague has changed the world's society. In rebuilding the population, the government has deemed that all women are to be nothing more than slaves, bought and paid for, with one purpose...to breed.

Prima is such a woman, sold by her father to Joseph, a man who intends to get full use of her in every conceivable way.

Truly, the world as

Overview

A devastating plague has changed the world's society. In rebuilding the population, the government has deemed that all women are to be nothing more than slaves, bought and paid for, with one purpose...to breed.

Prima is such a woman, sold by her father to Joseph, a man who intends to get full use of her in every conceivable way.

Truly, the world as we know it has changed. But as Prima learns to adjust to her life and the harshness of Joseph's punishments, as well as the tenderness he occasionally exhibits, will she discover that she feels more for this demanding man than she is willing to admit?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940158439513
Publisher:
Blushing Books Publications
Publication date:
04/24/2016
Series:
Taken as His , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
112,576
File size:
281 KB

Meet the Author

The words “spanking” and “discipline” have always sent a shiver up Carolyn Faulkner's spine.

She knows she's not alone.

Writing started as a way to explore her feelings. Soon short stories flowed from her pen featuring reluctant heroes taking the leading lady in hand, but always for her own good.

Today Carolyn is the author of dozens of books. She writes from her home in Maine, where she lives with her husband and leading man.

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Prima 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Flutterby35 More than 1 year ago
OMG..... this book was full of extreme and severe punishments. This is not a loving romance. Joseph loves to make Prima moan, cry, and scream in pain and sometimes pleasure. Joesph sometimes treats Prima as a small child putting her down for naps and with a pacifier in her mouth. It was a well written story just a bit too much to read at times.
Destinyds More than 1 year ago
Not for the faint of heart,extreme slavery but still compelling and worth the read.
aliciaes More than 1 year ago
I am a huge fan of Carolyn Faulkner's novels and this one is one of her best. Definitly not your run of the mill romance since there is not much if any romance in this one. The spankings and punishments are quite severe and the world CF has created is not kind to woman at all. If you are not easily offended this a great book dealing with noncon and very harsh punishments.
_SH More than 1 year ago
Wow, what a story!! I got pulled in right from the beginning and could not put it down. The plot is fantastic and it was nice to see a relationship form between Joseph and Prima.
Michelle Holladay More than 1 year ago
Not for the faint of heart.
BlueDiamond4 More than 1 year ago
Prima is a dark romance with harsh punishments that evoke deep thoughts on what one might do in a similar situation. Hopefully the world will never revert into the world this author created, but Faulkner did do a good job bringing about a satisfactory ending that fits the storyline well.
Timberlan127 More than 1 year ago
This story opened my imagination into what life could be like in a society where women were truly considered slaves. There are lots of punishments and hot sex scenes in this tale of a male dominated world in which women have no rights and men are totally in charge. The women are at the mercy of their owners. Prima's master tends toward BDSM. Prima soon learns what it means to be owned. Interesting story.
Joanie_M More than 1 year ago
Prima is a book that is hard to admit you like. The story is disturbing at the very least, with punishments so harsh, I wondered if human flesh could actually take that much abuse and still fully recover. Still, I find the book compelling and I've read it several times since the original release. Like any rape fantasy book, it's not supposed to be real. I just read the new version and I couldn't put it down. The book is masterfully written. Carolyn Faulkner created two very complex characters in the sadist Joseph and his masochistic slave, Katherine (Prima), as well as a world in which he can fulfill his every fantasy and she has no choice but to submit. Despite the harshness of his punishments, Joseph truly cares for Prima and wants to protect and take care of her. Prima hates that her body is aroused by the torture and is conflicted by her feelings toward Joseph, who she naturally wants to despise. The book is excellent; just make sure you're in the right mood when you read it.
Firefly1 More than 1 year ago
Harsh, but very very good. Prima was a virgin and although she was shielded by her father from the realities of the current regime, she was still aware (in theory) of the dismal and painful existence for women in her time. Despite her severe punishments from Joseph, she was aware of how fortunate she was to be with a man who was on the one hand very caring, but on the other was a sadist who would hurt her because it pleased him. Prima came to dread and crave the punishments. Joseph felt some guilt about the unwarranted punishments but he knew they would continue and he explained everything to Prima. While it is disturbing to read about the intense and severe punishments, it is a very compelling story.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
CAUGHT BETWEEN A ROCK AND A HARD PLACE, AREN’T YOU, PRIMA, MY GIRL? I will admit that I am rating this story based on its creativity and the overall execution, which was deviously brilliant, but not on how the story made me feel. Sometimes, an author will take a reader out of their comfort zone, shock them, and leave them shaking their head in disgust and fear. Personally, as I read this, I kept thinking, I think I would just kill myself before I could live that way. This is one of those stories that you shiver, want to cover your eyes and ears, like watching a horror movie, you don’t want to see, but you can’t look away either. This is definitely not a sweet and sassy romance, this dark erotic horror in a dystopian world referred to as Cultural Revolution. Woman are objects, bought and sold, even by their own families, they are property owned and used, abused and hopeful bred. What is crazy is that woman are scarce, but they are treated so poorly, they have no rights, no protection beyond their owner, and they are at the mercy of their owner. Katherine has been renamed Prima; she is a 29-years-old and a virgin who had a nice carefree life before the world changed. She has been sold on Ebay by her ailing father to Joseph and shipped away. Joseph loves punishing her, for no reason at all, except it is his right and he can, and he does, forcing her to submit. For Prima, Joseph becomes her owner, her master, her lover, her Daddy and her husband all wrapped up in one tough, harsh, awkwardly caring man. He inflicts psychological as well as physical torture, and she knows she has no choice but to obey him, or make it much worse on herself. She is beaten, blistered, bridled, fingered, and raped, and it pleases him to hurt her.
Laurel1 More than 1 year ago
I read this book four years ago and loved it then and now. It's a fantastically written book with severe non consensual harsh spanking, and other punishments. The two main characters, Joseph and Kathrine, who come to terms with each other and there is a somewhat happy ending.
MarybethR More than 1 year ago
This is a re-release of a favorite. There has been a great Plague and women are at a premium. Women have no rights and are slaves and treated as children. Prima (Katherine) has been sold to Joseph by her father. Even though Joseph cares for her, he has definite views of how to care for a woman. He also is a sadist. This is one of Carolyn Faulkner’s more severe books. Don't buy this book if you can't handle non-consensual. There are severe spankings, just because Joseph wants to and there is nowhere for her to object. I loved this book the first time and this new version is great. I give this 5 stars!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very intriguing, could not put this down. A totally different twist on life. Instead of treating the few women left after great sicknesses in society, they took away their rights and treated them as possessions. These women had to live by certain heavy rules and be beaten if a rule was broken or if the owner so chose. This was done publicly in stocks if the owner chose. One of the harsher choices of punishments. Just One implement was rarely used, several, and 30, 40, or a hundred strokes by each.
anonym More than 1 year ago
Harsh, compelling in a weird way. Joseph who buys Prima is extremely rough with her but shows some tendency toward her off and on. A very interesting read and though I cringed many times, I found the cruelty to both their liking in the end. Great, erotic read if you don't mind harsh.
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