Out of shame and guilt, Kathy Ryan, a young and wealthy American widow sexually submits to Ezra Stein, a disgusting, unattractive but brilliant man. Though she hates the tawdy acts Stein insists she perform, Kathy feels inexplicably compelled to obey him. A witness to her debasement is the powerful businessman, Mr. Satomi?to whom Kathy is curiously attracted. At the end of the The Penitent, Kathy signs a contract to become Satomi?s concubine and is handed over to Abul ? a ruthless thug whose hatred of American women is pathological. The Penitent II: The Facility opens as Kathy is brought to Satomi?s training facility in Northern Pakistan, horrified to discover that her training Master is the brutal Abul she fears and hates. Using potent drugs and hypnotic suggestion, monitored by Abul?s assistant, Madame Khe, Kathy becomes more sexually slavish than ever. Her own will is suppressed as she is trained to submit to any act required of her. Kathy soon worships Abul?s foul feet, begs to be severely whipped, and with little restraint, sexually serves any man in the most degrading manner. The training becomes more grueling as her captors seek to send her ever deeper into a subservient state of mind where there is nothing that she won?t do. The true test will be her willing submission, without the aid of drugs and hypnosis, to the very act that that she abhors most. Will Kathy?s will prevail, or will she pass this crucial test? In a final evil twist, Kathy?s virgin sister, Margaret, suddenly becomes another pawn for her captors to use against her, and she is forced to choose for them both between two terrible fates. Charles Arnold writes of female submission in a unique and exacting fashion that is vividly shockingly. It is clearly not a romance. An ALL new, never been published story of Kathy Ryan?s surrender. The Penitent, available from Pink Flamingo Publications, was previously published in two volumes, and has now been combined into one.
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