Broadcast Bondage by Sara Tyr

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Gwen is tired of sharing the spotlight with Sophie. Both girls are young, beautiful, and have bright futures. But ultimately, there can only be one superstar in their industry, so Gwen decides to get some help.

Other girls might be tempted to work harder, try new exercise routines, or work hard to figure out what advertisers really need to connect to their consumers. Gwen has a much simpler idea. On a previous trip to Europe, she met Simon, a man in a very specialized line of work.

Simon trains and sells women to the world’s wealthiest men.

Gwen makes a deal with Simon. She can tell him exactly where Sophie will be at particular times. He’ll have no trouble acquiring her. Simon gets a new girl to tame and sell. Gwen gets rid of the competition. It should have been a perfect deal.

But when Gwen meets Simon to discuss the deal, he decides he wants both models. Before she realizes what’s happening, Gwen is knocked out and later wakes up restrained. From there, things only get worse. He teaches Gwen and Sophie how to behave and obey by allowing them to dominate and humiliate one another. Gwen has always hated her rival, and now Sophie has every reason to want to see Gwen degraded as much as possible.

Both girls are disciplined, and their travails are all recorded and broadcasted for anyone to see. These girls start out famous, but now their fans will get to see a whole new side of them. Their bodies become sex toys as they are spanked, collared, and forced to perform.

Publisher's Note: This 23,000 word novella contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Adult and BDSM themes include: exhibitionism, forced f/f bisexuality, spanking, orgasm denial, humiliation, and other erotic themes. All characters are over the age of eighteen.
 

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Published December 6, 2012 by Pink Leash Publishing. 64 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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