Inside The Slave House
by Frank McCall
In an alternative present day England where slavery was never abolished and the British Empire still covers much of the globe, the lives of three young women become entwined through their connection with one of the great Slave Houses on which much of the economy depends. One is an innocent girl impounded for slavery when her father becomes bankrupt; one is a bred slave, now reaching adulthood and eagerly anticipating her first sale; and one is a fiery rebel who is prepared to go to any lengths to smash the system. They must face the whip, wielded by a ruthless justice system that shows slaves no mercy, and their own private fears and desires if they are to find a way of surviving Inside the Slave House.
Writer of bondage and slave training stories, primarily featuring legal teens.
Really a "four-plus"...a strong, hard-nosed story of three girls held in sexual slavery and subject to strict training prior to auction. A very good read! 4 out of 5 (Eljay)
I can't decide if this book is badly written or just a boring story. Either way, I can't recommend it. 2 out of 5