Pirate's Slave by India Masters
(Across the Stars)

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Genre: BDSM Futuristic Science Fiction
Series: Across the Stars; Related Books: Across the Stars and The Gladiator and the Thief

Lócarë Sereth has made punishing Fyn Du-ket her life’s goal. The man defiled her beloved sister, turning her into a submissive slut. Now it was Du-ket’s turn to get a taste of his own medicine, because Lócarë intended to do to him all of the humiliating things he’d done to her sister.

Angry that he’d allowed a mere woman to take him hostage, Fyn Du-ket vows to turn the tables on his prim captor. As a skilled trainer of submissive slaves, he’d show her exactly how good it felt to be bad. Oh, yes, she succumbs, but there's a slight hitch in the plan: he never realized he could become a slave. To love.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: BDSM theme and elements, dubious consent.

About India Masters

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India refers to herself as an old, Southern hippie. She is happily divorced with no intention of rectifying the situation because sometimes she can barely stand her own company, much less someone else. She has one grown daughter who she still refers to as "Doodle," and lives in a rapidly developing rural area in Florida where she shares her domain with all manner of wildlife, a swimming pool that is a breeding ground for a seemingly virulent strain of algae, and a black snake that likes to surprise her when she turns on the outdoor faucet and picks up the black water hose. India developed a love for writing while earning her B.A. in Criminal Justice from a northern college. She refers to herself as a late bloomer, as she married late, gave birth late, and got started writing late in life. She developed her love for all things quirky from doing psychiatric social work in both the community and corrections fields. She has always loved a good romance novel but found them lacking because all the good stuff was cloaked in euphemisms or happened behind closed doors. It wasn't until she joined a critiquing group that she discovered romantic erotica, and her first book, The Soul Collector, was born. She credits her success to the caring support of the women--and one, lone man--in her critique group, but especially to one member who took her under her wing and helped her learn everything from point of view to manuscript formatting.
Published July 26, 2011 by Loose Id LLC. 110 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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