Tanya is a tall, striking young blonde who has learned that she can live in luxury by being a serial mistress to wealthy men. Always playing the field, she never stays with any one man for very long. However, she makes a crucial miscalculation when she publicly spurns the son of a rich and powerful man, who is now out for revenge. He seeks the help of Grigori, an expatriate Russian who makes a living capturing, enslaving and training pretty young women for sale as sex slaves. He wants Grigori to do all that to Tanya, asking only that he be provided with videos of her debasement. Wary at first, Grigori accepts after seeing the beautiful, bitchy Tanya working a party for her next wealthy prey. There's plenty of money to be made from her, from his client first, and even more when he sells a broken and trained Tanya at auction. While Tanya is adept at avoiding the usual traps, the highly skilled Grigori is a professional like none she's ever encountered. She's soon taken to an isolated manor house where the breaking and training begins. Scared but defiant, Tanya quickly learns that any refusal to obey will be met with punishment and pain. She's kept naked, sometimes bound but always collared, and moves from one cell to another crawling behind her captor at the end of a leash. Bit by bit, she's reduced to a compliant if unhappy slave. She's publically humiliated, used by men before an audience, taught techniques for fellatio, which she abhors, then is made to suffer more indignities at the hands of a skilled and merciless older woman who she must call 'Mistress'. Soon, the videos that Grigori provides are not enough to satisfy his obsessed client. He wants her in the flesh and will stop at nothing to have her. However, even in the most repulsive circumstances, Tanya's still scheming to turn the situation to her advantage. Popular author SJ Lewis takes a departure from his usual consensual erotica, penning his first non-consensual bdsm story.
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