Odyssey: Finding Home Book 1 (An Erotic Tale of Slavery, Love, and War) (mobi)

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Enslaved – Afraid – Accepted – Betrayed – Loved

What would you do it you were torn away from your home, chosen by lottery to become a public symbol of the defeat of your people? To be put on display as a symbol of the power of your enemy?

Liz Peltier becomes a pawn in an old political game that tears her world apart. Forced to serve for the next two years as a slave on the estate of her captors, she struggles to accept her new life – a life of domination and submission, of pleasure and pain.

But when she starts to see that her captors may not be the bad guys after all, she grows to realize that her deepest fulfillment comes when she is on her knees. Should she fight these feelings? Or choose to embrace them? And when her world is torn apart once again, can she find the strength to fight back?

This is a captive slave fantasy. It includes consensual D/s, nonconsensual rape, anal play, orgasm control, and punishments both fun and intense, wrapped around a really good story of political upheaval in a complex world. There’s also a really hot Master who doesn’t know a good thing when she’s standing right in front of him!

Standalone with HFN ending (HEA in Book 2)

 

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Pages

487 pgs

Word Count

133,934

Publication Date

November 24, 2014

Publisher

Sophie Kisker

Language

English

1 review for Odyssey: Finding Home Book 1 (An Erotic Tale of Slavery, Love, and War) (mobi)

  1. Saskia van Reenen

    If you like a well written dark book with themes of dubious consent/nonconsent en capture fantasies or slavery fantasies then look no futher and read this book. You won’t regret it. I love how Sophie take the time in this book to follow Liz in her journey. Liz is a very likable character. strong, but she also has her doubts and fears just like everyone. She tries to make the best of a very hard situation, which is not easy and there are a lot of struggles, but she also finds out things about herself that she wasn’t aware of. This book has dark themes, but there are also plenty of lighter moments. There are also some great well developed secondary chracters and the worldbuilding is good. I know some don’t like the ending, but to me it made sense

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For years I wrote and hid capture fantasies and stories of unequal power exchange in the computer, convinced that no one would be interested in the twisted musings of my mind.  When the internet finally showed me that there were others who shared the same dark desires I’d hidden, I decided to come out of the closet.

My men are strong, even when love makes them tender. My women are fierce and independent and will not surrender until they are respected. My stories are about negotiating the often-dark dance of dominance and submission between the two. In the end, though, he always claims her heart.

Right now, I split my time between being mother, wife, overworked employee, and slave to the cat. Most evenings will find me hiding in my office cave to write, where I only care about my internet signal and the strength of my coffee.