The first three Black Owned themed books by erotic and fetish author Constance Pennington Smythe have been assembled into this Volume 1 collection. The books include Black Owned, Black Owned: Society Slaves, and WSB Club. The books contain stories and scenes of Dominant Females, Black Masters, chastity, cuckolds, cross dressing, sissy maids and humiliation. Note: While the manuscripts have been tweaked there is NO new content, all the original characters, scenes, dialogue and story lines are intact. If you bought the original books, the story has not changed. This collection simply puts a cleaner version all in one place in reading order. The discounted collection price represents a good buy over purchasing the individual books for someone who has not read them.
FROM the AUTHOR:
When I first wrote Black Owned (OMG, it seems ages ago!) it was a one-off, simply a short story on a new theme: Interracial BDSM. It was never intended to be a 'series'. Yet, it sold. And sold. Much better than my other fetish fiction: Gay, Lesbian, Vanilla Bedroom Bondage, etc. So my publisher said we should do more. And we did, rolling out several other "Black Owned" themed books. It was a series only in that they all dealt with the Interracial BDSM theme. Any of the books could have been read on their own.
And now, the first three of these Black Owned themed works have been assembled into this collection. I have taken the opportunity to look over the manuscripts, fix errors, and do a rewrite here or there to clarify a scene. But the characters, content, scenes and dialogue remain intact. If you've purchased and read the original individual books there is nothing "new" here for you.
I did rewrite the original Black Owned for this collection, changing it from a first person Point of View to third person, to make it more in line with the other books in the 'series'. I originally wrote Black Owned in the first person as an experiment, in hopes of drawing the reader more into the scenes. It was not something, a writing style, I was comfortable with, however, and I was never really completely satisfied with the results. First person POV can be wonderful, if handled in the correct literary hands: Robert B. Parker in his Spenser novels for instance. For me, not so much.
As I said, these books are not necessarily a series in the strict sequential sense, however they do have some recurring characters that crop up here and there (something I borrowed from the late, great Robert B. Parker) so I have assembled the books in this collection in that order.
To reiterate, there is nothing "new" here, but if you'd like the tweaked versions, all in one place and in 'order', here it is my darlings.
Enjoy, C. P.Smythe