Voyager by Diana Philbrick

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Voyager is the story of Jesse, a beautiful woman who offers herself for submissive sex to the highest bidder. Such arrangements are now legal. More important, they are grudgingly accepted by society, although the women themselves are still branded as whores. Whores or not, competition among young women for the most lucrative contracts is intense, fueled by armies of lawyers, brokers, agents, scouts, trainers, and accountants, all looking for their piece of the action. But there’s more to it than money--much more. Submission has become as important as romantic love in the 21st Century and is a primary motivator for new CELTs (Contract Escort Long Term). Jesse recognized her own deeply submissive nature long ago, and although she resists, she accepts the idea that as a CELT she can get her life into alignment with her feelings.

The story begins in the hold of a plane. Jesse, naked and caged, is being shipped along with another incredibly beautiful CELT, Victoria, to an unknown destination. Both of them

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Published May 20, 2008 by Carnal Desires Publishing. 127 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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