No. words: 107860
Style: Male Dom - M/F, Submission Training of Female
Published: 12 / 2021
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The New Island For Slaves
by Ian Smith
A group of powerful and wealthy men, all slave-owners in the hidden town of Xanxta, decide to relocate to a Caribbean island, taking their nubile female slaves with them and arranging for more new slaves to arrive.
Tom Jefferson, the owner of Slaves Leah and Ellie is one of the men establishing the new settlement. The two girls quickly learn that, although New Island has a more "enlightened" approach to female slave girls like themselves, their owner and the other men here have lost none of their strictness in the way they treat their lovely, nubile property. Leah and Ellie would have it no other way, though, because they love their owner and will do anything for him. Even so, their dedication is put to the test after Leah pulls a daring and dangerous stunt to please her owner.
Four new slave girls, three of them virgins, are also brought to New Island to join the dozens of girls already slaving there. For them, it is a terrifying prospect, and as they one by one reluctantly strip themselves naked on the auction stage to be sold, reality hits them very hard.
As usual, Ian Smith weaves a character-driven picture of slaves Leah, Ellie, Lucy and four new girls, all enduring their challenges and coping in their own ways.
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Ian Smith was ordering books by Victor Bruno from Olympia when he saw their advert for authors and sent in a sample script. His first book, "The Wench Whackers' Ball" - later retitled "Ali, Slavegirl Incarnate" - was published less than three months later. Now, ten years later, he has written and seen published over twenty books.
A keen writer since childhood (and now in his forties), Ian enjoys trying to project the feelings of innocent girls caught up in fantastic and daunting circumstances. Sometimes he starts with a planned outline of a book, but often with just a single idea which develops along the way. Some of his books run in series, with recurring characters, others are one-offs.
Ian always has at least half a dozen ideas for more books and gradually those ideas are turned into reality. But then some more ideas turn up ...