Dillon was a slave trainer. He cruised the highways at night in his huge truck, looking for lone women at remote, deserted truck stops, taking them and training them for sale to a cartel running brothels in Mexico. He was good at his job, and it was not long before he came to the attention of Viktor, a very rich Russian who made his money by providing top-quality sex slaves.
A contract with Viktor seemed very attractive, but when Dillon abducted Tiana, a young college student recently deserted by her boyfriend, he found a true submissive that needed only to have her desires brought to the surface. And he wondered whether he had found what he had always wanted - until it all began to go badly wrong.
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I'm so hooked on Audible.
There are a lot of badly written erotica books and quiet a few are on Audible. This is not one of them. This book could have easily been longer, but Candace did a good job of creating a well written adult fantasy. All the characters were well developed, considering this is a short book. Yes, the main character is a deviant, but he isn't the type that you just love to hate. The part for Tiana was well developed. I found I wanted to know more about her as the story went on. Candace described the scenes so well, you could almost guess what color the wall's were, what the lighting was like in the truck. Seriously, I was impressed.
The main reason I'm writing a review is because I think this book isn't being fairly rated. Some how, Candace was able to create a well defined relationship between Dylan, Victor, Tiana, Audrie and Erica. I would have paid full price for this book, so I'm amazed it hasn't gotten more rating's considering it's only .95 cents now.
I really hope more books Candace Smith make it to Audible.
This book is sick. The story line is about a psycho who kidnaps girls, tuns them into slaves and sells them. One of the girls is a natural submissive and actually falls in love with the slaver. OK, I could live with that but there is never the least bit of sympathy or empathy for the other girls. In fact, in the end the "heroine" helps him capture new slaves. Sick, sick, sick!
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