Book 3 in the Consortium Series
In this next edition of her captivity, ‘UnderCurrents’ continues Avril’s story trying to balance her survival with her desire to take down the Consortium.
As Sir’s twisted pleasures expand in UnderCurrents, can Avril endure long enough to satisfy his sadistic thirst? Or will she die as he overwhelms her pain tolerance? Avril’s only chance for survival depends on pleasing her callous master. Can she endure long enough to quench his thirst or succumb to an agonizing death?
She knows enough of her situation that escape is impossible. Even if she can get away, Sir would use the resources of the Consortium for hunting her down and return her to his clutches. Her only hope is taking down the Consortium, granting her a chance to return to a normal life, even if it’s not her old life.
Her strategy to keep her alive seems to work. Unfortunately, she’s no closer to taking down the organization that stole and sent her into a life of bondage. Forced to serve and submit, spending time in his dungeons extracting her screams was a necessary consequence to her plan.
Putting her plan into action requires decisions and behaviors she’s uncomfortable with, knowing they may forever damn her soul. She murdered others, knowing full well she will never forgive herself. Her only hope for redemption is her hope that God will forgive her, saving innocent souls from suffering her fate.
Suitable for all readers 18+
Are you being hunted?
Who will satisfy their thirst?
Can anyone quench their thirst?
Will you be the one?
What will you do after the Consortium takes you and sells you at auction?
What happens after they sell you and transport you across the world like cargo?
Can you imagine your new life as owned property, with no hope of ever returning to your old life?
To suffer and die at the whim of your owner.
After you read this novel, you will never ever stop looking over your shoulder.
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Suitable for all readers 18+
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8/27/2019 Read More
Mr. Verry’s writing seems to capture the subject of the Sex Trafficking trade and how this “Trade” is very likely to happen and keep hidden for years and years. He focuses on a few select characters in his book and tells their story.
I have finished “Undercurrents” and enjoyed every word! I would rate it 5 stars. Naturally it keeps your interest. Avril’s story is very interesting and in the last couple of chapters I get the sense that she is beginning to enjoy being with “Sir” and likes participating in the torture. She has been with him for a few years now is “trying to make the best of it” as she has said, but I can’t help but wonder if she is resigning herself to her fate. Don’t know if I want her to be a member of the Consortium or not!
I love wondering about the different ways this story can go – I’m looking so forward to seeing where Heather and her father will end up. And what a surprise with Shelby! Katie’s story can also go down so many different roads.
Please keep your readers abreast of the next book; you left so many hints in Undercurrents as to what can happen in the future of The Consortium, Avril, Katie, Heather, etc. Looking forward to more from you. I think of all different avenues you can go to – can’t wait!!
Love your writing, Mr. Verry and wish you great success in future projects!
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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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I invite you to share your feedback on this book.
- What did you like or not like about the book?
- Does Avril have a reasonable chance to escape?
- What could she have done differently?
- Do you think her ends justify the means?
- Will God forgive her for the greater good?
- If you could say something to Avril, what would you say?
Good or bad, I look forward to reading your comments and constructive critiques.