The Last Slavegirl [NOOK Book]

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Since her father’s passing twenty-two year old Anastasia has governed the city-state of Magdia in his stead, but without his guidance she mistakes fear for respect and reigns harshly. With every callous judgment her people’s anger grows fiercer, until at last they are pushed too far and rise up against her.

When the dust settles Anastasia is a prisoner of those she once ruled, and though her life will be spared, she faces a severe sentence. ...
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The Last Slavegirl

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Overview

Since her father’s passing twenty-two year old Anastasia has governed the city-state of Magdia in his stead, but without his guidance she mistakes fear for respect and reigns harshly. With every callous judgment her people’s anger grows fiercer, until at last they are pushed too far and rise up against her.

When the dust settles Anastasia is a prisoner of those she once ruled, and though her life will be spared, she faces a severe sentence. Every slave in the city is to be freed, and the victorious revolutionaries outlaw slavery from this day forward, with one exception. As a lesson to all, Anastasia herself will be stripped naked, publicly displayed, and sold to the highest bidder.

Fortunately for Anastasia one man still remembers the kind-hearted girl she once was. Out of loyalty to her father, the man who set him free many years ago, Conrad claims her from the auction block and makes her his wife. He will not stand for Anastasia’s contempt for those she deems beneath her, however, and until she sees the error of her ways she will experience life as his slave. Conrad knows that she will require a firm hand, and if a bright-red, well-spanked bare bottom does not cure her arrogance than even more embarrassing punishments will be required.

Anastasia quickly discovers that she is expected to submit to her new husband and master and please him in any way he wishes. Defiance results in firm chastisement and she soon learns to obey without question, even when his instructions leave her both quivering with desire and blushing with shame. What truly makes her blush, though, is the fact that with each passing day she longs more and more for him to take her and take her completely.

Publisher’s Note: The Last Slavegirl is an erotic novel that includes spankings, anal play, graphic sexual scenes, exhibitionism, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148802457
  • Publisher: Stormy Night Publications
  • Publication date: 10/30/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 86,670
  • File size: 602 KB

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