Sacrifice to the Emerald God [NOOK Book]

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Margie is a young American anthropologist, taking an extended honeymoon trip with her new husband, deep into the mountains of Venezuela. Early one morning, she goes to the local marketplace alone, and finds herself suddenly grabbed by the murderous bandit Diego Badoya, who's just escaped from prison. After using Margie to slip the police, Diego takes his hostage up the river by boat. A failed attempt to escape leaves her cruelly beaten, bound and sexually assaulted by her captor. Despite the degradation she's ...

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Sacrifice to the Emerald God

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Overview

Margie is a young American anthropologist, taking an extended honeymoon trip with her new husband, deep into the mountains of Venezuela. Early one morning, she goes to the local marketplace alone, and finds herself suddenly grabbed by the murderous bandit Diego Badoya, who's just escaped from prison. After using Margie to slip the police, Diego takes his hostage up the river by boat. A failed attempt to escape leaves her cruelly beaten, bound and sexually assaulted by her captor. Despite the degradation she's made to suffer, her traitorous body responds to the attack with surprising arousal. She spends days as Diegos sexual toy, kept bound and readied for repeated assaults that leave her both breathless and shamed. On reaching a rough town frequented by drug dealers and smugglers, Diego loses everything in a card gameincluding Margie. Now the property of the cool sadistic gambler Armando, her hard life continues with more whipping and more rough sex.

Further upriver, far into the savage jungle, the sadist trades her to a primitive Indian tribe for precious emeralds. After making use of her for their own pleasure, the villagers prepare her with a potent hallucinogenic drug and leave her bound to a large statue, a sacrifice to the Green God who guards their emerald mine.

Although Margie has known astonishing sexual pleasure at the hands of brutal men, she still longs to be rescued, even though the memories of her previous life become more distant each day of her captivity.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045430357
  • Publisher: Pink Flamingo Publications
  • Publication date: 11/11/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 602,540
  • File size: 216 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2011

    Very much a turn on!

    If you enjoy nonconsensual fantasies, this one is very well written. Great read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2010

    Very disappointing ending.

    The story would have been a good one if her husband, Tom, was able to find her and bring her home at the end. After all the suffering she went through, Margie deserved to be rescued and not turned into a hallucinating drug addict in a godforsaken place. Very disappointing.

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