Tuesday, February 07, 2017



A Victorian novel of murder, theft, slavery and seduction that could only be told by Powerone

In Victorian England, two women find themselves helpless in the hands of two unscrupulous men that have no moral compass.  Murder, theft, slavery and seduction, the men are devious and unrepentant.  They’ll do anything to get what they want.  Emily and her twin sister Celia find themselves unprepared for the real world.  Sheltered and innocent in the ways of men, they are ill equipped to fend off the unwelcome advances of the two men that are destined to take their monies and their futures for their own pleasure.  Or are they?

Lady Celia is the more adventurous and flamboyant of the twins.  Lady Celia must submit to a scandalous and humiliating medical exam and then is thrust off to the auction block that will seal her fate.  Shamefully displayed for all to see, she’s quickly sold and sent off to Istanbul to become the birthday present for a nobleman’s son, Wiley.  He’s shy and innocent, but he quickly learns what brings him pleasure.  Without restraint, his pleasures become more perverse, and Lady Celia, whose slave name is now Sinemis, must submit.  She finds surprising carnality under the ropes and restraints of Wiley.  What will her future be in this strange land under the firm and demanding hand of Wiley?

Lady Emily is shy and reserved.  Barrister Noble, the unscrupulous lawyer, submits Emily to a medical examination, shamefully exposed for all to see, probed and touched without restraint.  Barrister Nolan sees something in Emily when she willingly submits to him during the exam and is forced to climax while all watch her pleasure.  He changes his mind, keeping her instead of selling her like her sister.  He takes her to his home in London where she’s trained to serve him in every way.  Will Emily find pleasure and happiness under the stern demands of Barrister Nolan?

There’s a surprising twist to this book.  Can the women find pleasure in complete submission or will they revolt against their captors and seek out justice from all that had been taken from them?  Will the twins be reunited, or will they live their separate lives in ways they never imagined?