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Hello readers! I’m excited to share an intense scene from my upcoming WIP Odyssey: Finding Home Book 1 for the Taboo Tuesday bloghop. First, a little background:
Liz has been taken as a hostage slave for two years by another province for the crimes of her leader. Her time at the estate hasn’t been as bad as she expected, until the day that she is coerced into spying on her new masters by an agent from the corrupt and dictatorial government in the place she used to call home. She has just accidentally come across some information the agent wants but she is reluctant to betray the people who have been unexpectedly kind to her.
“Maybe this will jog your memory,” he snarled, and he flipped her over onto her hands and knees, thrusting his cock into her ass without warning. Nothing had ever prepared her for this kind of pain but before she could scream he had a hand over her mouth, pulling her chin up so high she thought her neck would snap off.
“Now, I’ll ask you once more. If you want to ever take a normal shit again, you’ll tell me what you heard in that room.”
She hesitated even then, and he reinforced his threat by pulling out and ramming back in. His hand over her throat and mouth cut off any scream though the agony was far greater this second time. She could feel something trickle down her leg that she knew was blood.
“Now, are you going to tell me?”
He gave her chin enough slack to let her nod.
“Start talking, sweetheart.”
What would you do if you were torn away from your home and family, chosen by lottery to become a public symbol of the defeat of your people? To enter a world of service – of domination and submission – of pleasure and punishment?
When Liz Peltier is taken as a hostage, a mere pawn in an old political game, she must struggle to answer these questions for herself. She must reconcile her thoroughly modern self with the growing realization that her deepest fulfillment comes when she is on her knees.
Should she fight her feelings, or choose to embrace them?
Come follow Liz on her odyssey – from fear to love, and from heartache to home.
Odyssey: Finding Home Book 1 will be published in late November. If you’d like to receive an alert when it comes out, feel free to sign up to receive my blog posts (over there on the right –> ) or just drop me an email at SophieKisker at gmail dot com and put the word “Odyssey” in the subject line. I promise not to keep your email address unless you want me to.