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Dark Captive Collection

by Allison West
Publisher: Blushing Publications
Release Date: 2020-04-29
Genre: Fiction
Pages: 390 pages
ISBN 13: 1645632628
ISBN 10: 9781645632627
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Synopsis : Dark Captive Collection written by Allison West, published by Blushing Publications which was released on 2020-04-29. Download Dark Captive Collection Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Allison West. DARK CAPTIVE COLLECTION ALLISON WEST Published by Blushing Books An Imprint of ABCD Graphics and. Front Cover. -- Enslaved. Captured. Imprisoned. When society bends to the will of men, darkness beckons, hope fades, and love crumbles. Submit to your Alpha. There is no other choice. Three Alpha heroes in this collection of four steamy, dark romance tales – The Victorian Shift, Jailed Little Jade, The Murderess, and Betrayed by Blood – which contain power exchange and scenes which may trigger some reader The Victorian Shift In a world of five men to one woman, chaos is just the beginning. At a young age, Piper and her sister Ruby are placed into the prison system designed to keep the female population safe. With the knowledge Piper obtains about the program that women are forced into when they turn 18, Piper retaliates against the guards and finds herself locked in maximum security. It's been seven years since she's seen her younger sister. Her determination to rescue Ruby from the program is what keeps her going. In the decade that Piper's been locked up, the world has changed significantly. Women are forced to have a master, obey their every command, or expect severe punishment. Jailed Little Jade With a crappy ex-husband and a new lease on life, Jade moves to Spring Mills for a fresh start. What she gets is far more than she bargained for when Holden Foster shows up at her door. He's hot, dominating, and harbors a secret of intergalactic proportion. The Murderess Women that leave the royal harem, cast out by a Prince of Brayleigh, are sent into the Courtesan Slave Trade. Prince Aaron wants nothing to do with his father’s dark dealings and sinister ways. Can he disrupt the Courtesan Slave Trade, or will the courtesans find themselves in a fate worse than hell? Betrayed by Blood When Aaron discovers his father, King Gideon, and brother, Prince August, are alive and a verdict for treason to come within a few days, Aaron has no choice but to infiltrate the palace. Forced to align himself with the rebel leader Rhys, Aaron and Lorelei must return to the palace to seek justice and protect the crumbling nation of Brayleigh. Will she be loved by all who know of her as the murderess or feared for her deadly sins?

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