The Slave

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Mystic Rose Books, 2000 - Fiction - 320 pages
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The second volume in the highly acclaimed SM Marketplace Series, where realistic characters inhabiting a world built around a slave-based hierarchy confront questions of duty and trust amidst an ambience of pain and eroticism. In this volume, young Robin seeks to become one of the honour-bound and meticulously trained Marketplace slaves, exploring her deepest desires while trying to live up to the standards of her trainer, Chris Parker. With a new short story created especially for this edition, this is a must for all SM readers and fans of the series.

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Review: The Slave (The Marketplace #2)

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This and the Marketplace are far and away the best of the series. Read full review

Review: The Slave (The Marketplace #2)

User Review  - Shari Richardson - Goodreads

This is my favorite book of the series. I've read it several times and have several copies of it. Read full review


Chapter One New York City Autumn
Chapter Two
Games of Youth

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Laura Antoniou is an American novelist best known for The Marketplace Series. Antoniou is also known for her work as an editor and pioneer on the field of contemporary erotic fiction for the Leatherwomen series and other anthologies. She is the winner of various awards including The John Preston Short Fiction award from the National Leather Association for her short story "That's Harsh," and the Rainbow Award for her LGBT mystery The Killer Wore Leather.

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