Jordan grew up rich and alone, except for servants, ignored by her wealthy parents. When she rebelled, they sent her to Europe to learn manners. Freeing herself on her eighteenth birthday, she took advantage of her trust fund to ignore them and do what she wanted to do. That was to party. In Monaco, she met a handsome Englishman who was far more jaded than she could ever be, who led her into the wicked world of submission and domination, shattering her inhibitions and filling her with the shocked thrill of the most depraved things Monaco had to offer. There amid the glittering lights, casinos and yachts she discovered the dark pleasure money couldn't buy, the thrill of the wicked and forbidden, and the dark hunger of being an object to be bought and sold by others.
About the Author
Argus has been published in New York by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. Later, Argus began writing for British publishing houses, which required a decidedly higher level of quality and a lower level of obscenities. Argus has been published repeatedly by Olympia, Silver Moon, Chimera, and Virgin - Nexus, and has written and sold over 250 novels, most of which are now available in electronic format.