A young woman one of six is kidnapped on the way home after working late. That night she and the others with her have everything stolen from them including being human.

This is short fictional story from the human sexual subculture that forces women into becoming submissive livestock known as Ponygirls. This sub culture has major ties to the oldest most profitable human enterprise-Sexual Slavery.

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A young woman one of six is kidnapped on the way home after working late. That night she and the others with her have everything stolen from them including being human.

This is short fictional story from the human sexual subculture that forces women into becoming submissive livestock known as Ponygirls. This sub culture has major ties to the oldest most profitable human enterprise-Sexual Slavery.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011121074
  • Publisher: Baron R. W. Lewis
  • Publication date: 5/18/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 173 KB

Meet the Author

•Writting under the non de plume Baron RW Louis, B.P.S. retired Generalist pictured in his favorite formal "Cosplay" as an Victorian Gentleman.

Born Robert William Lewis at Washington D.C. General Hospital 1951, his father a veteran WW II and Korean War paratrooper had just a year before been medically discharged, hooked up with could be called at fourteen years of age a West Virgina mountain girl half Lewis father's years "jail bait." Lewis then spent the first third of his childhood life growing up being moved all over the lower forty-eight states. He hoped when grown up to leave this nomadic livestyle at age seventeen right after completing high school for his first carreer experience in the United States Army.

Lewis fortunately due to the results of the enlistment required administered battery of aptitude tests, showed that this recruit was intelligent and very adaptable. Additionally the exhaustive background checks by no less than five intelligence agencies found his personal record exceptionally clean, so he had not yet escaped being a nomad. The US Army after special training assigned him to being an armed dispatch and classified document courier. Spending time traveling the world transporting who knows what classified materials in that locked armored and booby trapped briefcase he was handcuffed to and when not traveling assigned as an enlisted aid to a Major General which you do not have the clearence or a need to know the name or department under his command, in the "E" ring of the Pentagon Office of Operations.

Lewis after his Major General nominated him for testing to be promoted out of the enlisted ranks, to that of a warrant officer. Unfortunately because and despite his lack of college level education Robert just missed this warrent officer promotion testing list cut by three points. Because of this failure Robert resolved to return to civilan life at the end of the enlistment, using the G.I. educational benifits for college.

So after serving his term of enlistment, received a Honorable discharge, but due to his highly classified military occupation status (MOS)is on the rolls of the inactive reserve subject to recall to active duty unto age sixty-nine. Next Lewis returned to his enlistment point of origin to enroll in a respected Southern California two year State College and after a semester (half a year)transfered into a full four year university were he received formal education as a Technical Studies major in Advanced Industrial Process Control Technologies. This must run in the Lewis genetic bloodline, so please do not confuse R.W. "Robert" Lewis of California, United States with R.W. "Ronald" Lewis of Whales in the United Kingdom, from which Robert's ancestors emigrated from to the then colonies. Ronald Lewis is a respected technical process researcher, professor and author.

Lewis after completing his education returned to the working professional ranks during this second third stage of life, still somewhat a nomad being employed in varied careers from sales, customer service, production to Field Service Engineering Projects worldwide, working anywhere-any time on systems ranging from Building Environmental HVAC, newspaper presses,heavy automated construction equipment, People movers-Robert's favorite being Ski Lifts, to industrial processes of all types, plastic extrusion & injection molding equipment to name one. Hence his self described title "Generalist" While conducting on site technical support and training, writing technical instructional manuals. Along the way filling the empty periods of time traveling and while not on the job writing and creating story arcs as self entertainment.

Now in the last third of life in retirement, now settled in Southern California and longer a nomad using his writing to entertain, but primarily to educate people about the the most profitable but ugly and evil human enterprise in history.

An enterprise which he has had direct personal contact from his global travel experience. This ugly historic enterprise today is more wide spread, more profitable and corupting in its modern form, rebranded "Human Trafficking." An enterprise that as more influence, more power and is more profitable than all the Drug Cartels' combined, plus additionally the alure this trade has for the darker side of human nature to those who enjoy the domination of a fellow human. Lewis of a enterprise that has over One Million individuals who vanish and enslaved very year. Seventy precent of them young women, some young boys for the Global Sex Slave Trade both Ugly and Evil.

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Interests and hobbies;

My addiction to Manga and Anime can be traced directly to the woman of my life. Who is the mistress of my household and companion now close to thirty years. One of the rare arranged by friends {both of their's)'s mail order bride marriages, a practice used as a cover to transfer, import items of merchandise to be used in the Sex slave trade. It was fate that brought Robert and Perlita to remain together, unlike the majority of other so called mail order brides who shorty afterward, find they have been delivered into the hands of a sex ring.

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