The Professional Slave by Robert Newman

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Helen was a wayward teenager who thought she knew it all. Until mysterious Duncan spots her in a club and recognises the sleeping submissive within. He takes her home and introduces her to bondage and punishment. Despite herself, she revels in the situation, so that when Duncan makes a proposition to her she is interested. The basis of his proposal is that she sign up to be a slave to a group of kinky men and women, staying at their houses for week-long periods in rotation. She has to agree that they can do anything to her and she must accept. In return, she will get a salary and all food, clothing and accommodation. She does have a get-out, though – once a year she will have to decide whether to sign up for another year. That’s all she has, one chance a year. This is Helen’s diary…

About Robert Newman

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Robert Newman has taught at the City University of New York & the University of Colorado. A long time practitioner of Buddhist meditation techniques, he is currently president of the world Health Foundation, which has researched & developed programs for the medical uses of meditation now offered in various hospitals & medical centers. Segments of the present work was featured in LOKA, a journal from the Naropa Institute , (Anchor Press/Doubleday) 1975.
Published August 31, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 176 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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