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Style: Male Dom - M/F, Sex Slavery / Training
Published: 7 / 2019
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The story becomes more and more illogical. Since that unrealistic bet,
we only read about torturing and humiliating Carmella Carbot. Is the
author afraid of strong women, so that he has to destroy them? It
seems, this is the only goal of the story. What a shame. 1 out of 5
The Chronicles of Rita - Volume 17
Chapters 81 to 85
Carmella is free. She gets to leave Craig's clutches. Unfortunately for her it doesn’t go quite as smoothly as it could have. Still, despite a few bumps before it happens she does get released. But being free brings a few bumps on the road too.
Three hundred ninety seven. Why is that number important to Shannon? Does it have anything to do with the conspiracy of silence among Craig’s slaves? A conspiracy that includes even Jodi.
Carmella begins her return to freedom by walking to town naked and contemplating life as Phyllis Monset. It was actually proving to be a productive use of her time and she was thankful for it. Then she met Billy Bob.
Billy Bob had his own views about how women should act. Especially naked women. And he had a very convincing way about him. They spent many hours together during which Carmella learned some of the nuances that Carmella never had to deal with but that were a fundamental aspect of life for Phyllis. It took a while for Carmella to convince him that she really was free. After she did, some things didn’t change all that much, but he became much more useful to her.
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Rita DEF Universe male domination
Currently living in this universe but searching in the Northwest corner of the planet, looking for the doorway to the alternate universe in which this story takes place
The story becomes more and more illogical. Since that unrealistic bet, we only read about torturing and humiliating Carmella Carbot. Is the author afraid of strong women, so that he has to destroy them? It seems, this is the only goal of the story. What a shame. 1 out of 5 (Bill )