Tag: noncon

REVIEW: Captive in the Dark by CJ Roberts

Caleb is a man with a singular interest in revenge. Kidnapped as a young boy and sold into slavery by a power-hungry mobster, he has thought of nothing but vengeance. For twelve years he has immersed himself in the world of pleasure slaves searching for the one man he holds ultimately responsible. Finally, the architect … Continue reading REVIEW: Captive in the Dark by CJ Roberts

REVIEW: Invaded by Aria Adams

Aspen: I was stripped and put in a cell with a huge alien. He has been driven over the edge. He wants to kill me, but first he wants to destroy my mind. I can't give him a reason not to, but I won’t go down without a fight. He invades every part of me, … Continue reading REVIEW: Invaded by Aria Adams

REVIEW: Immoral Darkness by Miyu Matsuda

Beautiful. Cool. Shiina Jun has always been admired by females around him. But he would give up their admiration for just one drop of affection from his family. Or for a chance at true love from anybody who could save him from the dark loneliness that he’s lived in for so long. His teacher, Sasagawa … Continue reading REVIEW: Immoral Darkness by Miyu Matsuda

REVIEW: Nicholi’s Vengeance by JA Jaken

Nicholi’s world goes up in flames when soldiers invade his country, leaving chaos in their wake. Captured and enslaved in a foreign land, Nicholi struggles to cope with the nightmare of slavery and adapt to the terrifying and inexplicable world he is thrust into. He draws courage from a steadfast determination to get justice for … Continue reading REVIEW: Nicholi’s Vengeance by JA Jaken

REVIEW: The Mummy’s Girl by t’Sade

In a love story spanning centuries, The Mummy’s Girl is an epic, erotic tale set in a land of pure fantasy. A cruel master with a warm heart punishes a new slave in the temple of a wolf-god, discovering that it is more for her pleasure than her pain, and gradually finds himself falling in … Continue reading REVIEW: The Mummy’s Girl by t’Sade

REVIEW: Slave Trade by Susan Wright

Rose Rico never believed the rumors, that the government was secretly selling human beings to the Alphas in exchange for advanced alien technology. The idea that human sex slaves were a luxury item throughout the galaxy was just too ridiculous to take seriously -- until Rose found herself, along with hundreds of other human captives, … Continue reading REVIEW: Slave Trade by Susan Wright

REVIEW: Ai no Kusabi by Rieko Yoshihara

The Elites of Amoi, androids engineered for the ruling caste, occupy the capital city of Tanagura. Under Jupiter's restrictions, the Elites are all sterile and forbidden from indulging in sexual activities. They keep "Pets" purely for voyeuristic purposes, and they are kept for about a year before being discarded. Iason Mink, a high-class Elite, runs … Continue reading REVIEW: Ai no Kusabi by Rieko Yoshihara

REVIEW: Prince For Sale by Caroline Gibson

David Thomen is Earth’s premier scientist, and he wants to be alone with his inventions, his money, and his PTSD. Instead, a mute, starving, alien slave is dropped in his lap. Not just any alien slave - the leader of Earth’s first alien invasion, defeated by David's technology.Vell was a prince, a conqueror, a warrior-mage. … Continue reading REVIEW: Prince For Sale by Caroline Gibson

REVIEW: Bloodraven by PL Nunn

The forest dweller, Yhalen, is captured by ogres, and surviving their viciousness, he is given to Bloodraven, the half ogre, half human war leader as a slave. Yhalen soon pays the price for offending ogre pride. But Bloodraven is no mindless beast, and Yhalen is drawn into human and ogre politics, and into forbidden magic … Continue reading REVIEW: Bloodraven by PL Nunn