The Trafficking Consortium
Book 1 in the Consortium Series
2nd Edition, revised and updated.
In ‘The Trafficking Consortium,’ Avril Gillios keeps herself in top physical condition. So much the better for the casual flings where she submits herself to a man’s control. But her marathon running and clean eating has made her sought after in a different circle: a thousand-year-old sex trafficking organization. Little does she know, someone is about to purchase her.
As the head of the powerful Consortium, Sir exudes power, confidence, and male charm. When he buys Avril for his own secret pleasures, he shivers at the thought of orchestrating her delicious screams.
Handcuffed to Sir’s dark desires, Avril’s only chance for survival depends on thoroughly pleasing her intrigued master. As the man’s twisted pleasures expand, can Avril endure long enough to outwit the sadistic punisher or will her tight tether be the last thing she sees?
‘The Trafficking Consortium’ is the first book in a dark human trafficking series suitable for ages 18 and over.
If you enjoy disturbing details, charming villains, and desperate heroes, you’ll love Richard Verry’s tie-you-in-knots thriller.
Buy ‘The Trafficking Consortium’ to bind yourself in sadistic suspense today!
During your annual physical, an under-paid receptionist forwards your chart to an international human trafficking ring. A clear violation of the HIPAA Laws, but who cares? Money is a great incentive.
Consider what happens after they take you, ship you off, and sell you at auction? Can you imagine your new life? Can you imagine a life as owned property?
Avril Gillios doesn’t have to imagine it; she has to live it. The question is, can she survive it?
Follow Avril as she navigates a perilous journey designed to kill her excruciatingly. Can she figure out a way to escape and survive? Or will she succumb to the terrifying ordeals no human, man or woman should have to endure?
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