Rory is the daughter of a peace loving, liberal pacifist and has been raised in an idealistic bubble out in the country. When her naive father loses his job working for a forestry company and is forced to take his only daughter and move to New York city, he rents an apartment in the middle of Harlem and enrolls his daughter in school there. At first, Rory is delighted at the opportunity to live and be educated around people of color, but she soon gets an entirely different kind of education. The sullen students and resentful teachers at Harlem High do not take kindly to a blonde interloper on their turf, and have a highly developed sexual interest in pale skin and golden hair. Rory must undergo the sadistic punishment of the vice principal, degrading bondage sessions with the principal, and out and hostility, groping and much more in the halls, classrooms and schoolyard, to say nothing of the nearby stores, parks and her own building. Becoming the helpless bondage sex toy of male and female students alike, with sneers and jeers greeting her every appearance, the pretty blonde teen is trapped amid the hostile residents of a dangerous Black slum, where even riding a city bus is an exercise in dark sexual experiences.
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About the Author
JJ Argus started writing erotica in the 1980s working for Star Distributing, a New York publisher. Argus has also been published by Beeline and Beaver books, and sold short stories to Penthouse, Oui, Nugget, and numerous others. In the 1990s 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. Argus has written and sold over 250 novels, most of which are now available in electronic format.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a hot book with a lot of nasty scenes! While technically many are non consensual it's hard to tell with her multiple orgasms. Rory gets introduced to the cultural phenomenon of black Americans lust for blonde girls, both in school and everywhere else. Only an innocent would try to move a blonde girl into Harlem, but she doesn't stay innocent for long!
This book (I'm using that term loosly) is nothing but continuous rape.