The Trafficking Consortium

A stunning woman.
A secret cabal of torture.
Can she submit long enough to escape?

 

The Trafficking Consortium

The Trafficking ConsortiumThe Trafficking Consortium

Book 1 in the Consortium Series

A stunning woman. A secret cabal of torture. Can she submit long enough to escape?

If you like disturbing details, charming villains, and desperate heroes, you’ll love this tie-you-in-knots thriller. Tap the link to read the book today!

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The Trafficking Consortium

Book 1 in the Consortium Series

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.

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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!


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The Trafficking Consortium
289 pages – available in print and eBook – ISBN 978-1548200657

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?


about the book

Reviews for The Trafficking Consortium‘The Trafficking Consortium’ is book 1 in the Consortium series. With its many twists and turns, fellow readers have reported trouble figuring out how it will end. Based on the question, “What could happen if someone sells your personal information to an unscrupulous organization?” ‘The Trafficking Consortium’ is a fictional account of what happened to Avril when they took her and sold her at auction to the highest bidder.

The frightening thing is that what happened to Avril could happen to anyone — even you.


Prologue

Spread out in every major city in every country around the globe; a secret thousand-year old organization operates a network of operatives seeking qualified talent suitable for their needs. The group pays well for the leads submitted.

They work in innocuous jobs and stay in the background as they go about their talent search. Employed as secretaries, receptionists and non-professional clerical positions; these operatives usually live paycheck to paycheck. They often struggle with how to pay their rent or put food on the table. The bonus money they receive from their submissions gives them a welcome relief from these worries.

Their jobs give them full access to the public patronizing their establishments. These businesses include high-class bars and restaurants patronized by millennials, rich and poor alike; and in professional offices such as law firms, medical centers, and political offices. Spas, salons, brokerage houses, real estate agencies, and hotels host the bulk of the rest of the agents.

Despite working for two masters, the operatives act in good faith, although some knew that their activities are illegal. However, they are well paid, and the risk is minimal. As recruiters, they believe they are finding talented and exceptionally beautiful young men and women for consideration of posts in exotic locations all around the world.

Well-paid operatives welcome a finder’s fee for each candidate they submit, followed by a significant bonus for each accepted candidate. They are encouraged only to submit candidates likely for selection, knowing that they will lose their source of easy cash if they present too many non-qualified candidates.

Not officially members with this secret agency, these contract operatives do not know each other and never interact with each other. They have no idea what is the real purpose of the organization.

It would horrify all the contract operatives to find out they were fronting for an organized human trafficking agency operating on a global scale, and their paid bonuses helped send unsuspecting men and women into bondage and eventual death.

The roots of this secret organization trace back to the withdrawal of the Roman Empire in Europe during the first millennium. As Christianity arose in Eurasia, filling the vacuum left behind the withdrawing horde, the papacy banned the enslaving of fellow Europeans. However, it encouraged the practice among local and foreign pagans from all over the world. Unforeseen consequences of the ban resulted in a small group of wealthy individuals assembling to share and enjoy a common expression of their debauchery.

As the second millennium progressed, their influence stretched to all parts of the known world. So did their access to a greater pool of unsuspecting men and women caught in their web. By the start of the third millennium, their global reach extended to every continent. With their extensive influence and reach, who would miss a few hundred men and women culled from the billions living worldwide that fulfilled their vicious desires?

Membership in this organization was expensive, extremely private and most members could trace their ancestral membership for several centuries.

Members of this organization simply called themselves…

‘The Consortium.’

 


Read ‘The Trafficking Consortium’ — Consortium Book 1, today.

Be careful with whom you share your personal information, you may not like what they do with it.

After you read this novel, you will forever worry for you and your loved ones. Could it happen to you? You bet!

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Suitable for all readers 18+


about the author

Richard Verry is a creative soul, continually looking forward to the next challenge. He earned a Master’s Degree in Computer Application Management and Software Development. He excels in his career of choice, but his real passion is creative fine arts, be it drawing, painting or writing. An open-minded individual filled with a myriad of imagery, he turns a select few into artistic compositions or complex stories with twists and turns. He’s not interested in writing what everyone is writing. His passion is creating the new and unique stories that play with your emotions.


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  • What did you like or not like about the book?
  • Did Avril do anything to encourage her experience?
  • Could she have prevented it?
  • What could she have done differently?
  • Do you think Avril made the right decision in the end?
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Good or bad, I look forward to reading your comments and constructive critiques.