Maxine Osborne discovers a massive fraud being perpetrated in her company and takes her findings to CEO Andrew Morrison. She's unaware that Morrison and his fellow directors, Carlo Crespi and Dawnelle O'Keefe, are the authors of the fraud, and that they're in league with the Japanese owner of the company, Ozeki Shimatsu.
It's clear to the Directors that Maxine cannot be allowed to reveal what she knows, and desperate action must be taken. In a meeting to discuss her findings, she's seized, handcuffed, gagged and stripped of her clothes. Her only chance for escape is her twin sister, Melissa, waiting in the car outside.
But when Melissa is tricked into entering the building, she's also captured, bound, and brought before the directors. All hope appears lost, as the pair are transported to the far side of the world, where they will become sex-slaves on Shimatsu's private island.
©2011 Pink Flamingo Publications (P)2013 Mars Audio Books
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"I did enjoy this book."
This book was a little over the top with the things being done but I did enjoy it.😏
"Sisters in Slavery was a hard book to finish but I did."
The story was different from other books S&M books I've read. There seemed to be an extreme level of cruelty as if woman had no value to this author. I don't mind the punishment aspect of the story but this went kinda far. There was not gentleness in the book except for code to the last chapter the slaves bonded for a day. The ending I just didn't care for at all.
The narrators performance was good but there where some moments where it seemed another narrator rerecorded just a sentence or two and every time it happened it broke the flow of the narration up for me. Also the character accents was poor at best.
Overall, I did not take stars away just cause I thought the story was bad for my tastes. I just personally wished I would have left this book on the shelf but I'm sure someone out there will like and enjoy it.
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