The Slave Auction (State of Sexual Slavery) [NOOK Book]

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In the future, a totalitarian nation has relegated all law-breaking adult women to the status of slaves. Guilt is easy to prove, and there are no second chances. This dark story (about 8300 words) follows an idealistic young man, Nick, who is about to buy his first person.

This story is somewhere between dark erotica and erotic horror. It portrays life in a dystopian future and living under fascist rule. There is no romance. Instead, it ...
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The Slave Auction (State of Sexual Slavery)

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Overview

In the future, a totalitarian nation has relegated all law-breaking adult women to the status of slaves. Guilt is easy to prove, and there are no second chances. This dark story (about 8300 words) follows an idealistic young man, Nick, who is about to buy his first person.

This story is somewhere between dark erotica and erotic horror. It portrays life in a dystopian future and living under fascist rule. There is no romance. Instead, it contains graphic interactions between nonconsenting sex slaves and their owners. This book also contains anilingus, bondage, pain and non-graphic impregnation. Reader discretion is advised.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014642231
  • Publisher: Rivers of Temptation
  • Publication date: 6/27/2012
  • Series: State of Sexual Slavery, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 193,378
  • File size: 206 KB

Meet the Author

What are best things about eBooks?

One, no one can see what you're reading.
Two, you only need one hand to read them.

The day that Eve Rivers realized this was the day that she kicked her old publisher to the curb and took on a new life writing only the filthiest of erotica. Short, sweet, and to the point, Eve no longer has to worry about corporate censors and she can not wait to entertain men and fellow bisexual women.

Eve’s stories are extreme in tone, and usually center on themes of humiliation, control, dominance, submission, and questionable consent. They are still stroker stories at heart, however, and usually include trace elements of humor to break the tension.

Remember to be careful: the worst thing about eBooks is that Nooks short out when they get wet.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2013

    Very, very ...

    disgusting—there was nothing likeable about this story. The use of the “c” word was constant as in: I’m shopping for my “c” —or look at all those “c's” —or this is my new “c” —this batch of “c’s” is too old—or hi “c” I’m your new owner—or this “c” is too ugly—or this surplus is redesignated from public to private “c’s”!!! Well hope you get the idea—now these aren’t necessarily direct quotes, but meant to be representative of the language. The “c” word must have been used this way at least a hundred times (exaggeration perhaps). So if that language used that way is what you prefer, go for it. Personally, it was just too CRUDE! CRUDE! CRUDE! AND, not erotic at all!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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