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Slaves of Tarne

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Idol presents the latest book by an author who has already established himself as an expert at stories of domination and submission.The action takes place in Tarne, an isolated community where slavery thrives. The innocent young Pascal is lured there by Casper, a man whose sexual magnetism hides a dangerous secret. Tame is everything Pascal has dreamed of: a place where ...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published August 20th 1998 by Black Lace
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Jane
Nov 11, 2011 Jane rated it it was amazing
This was the first IDOL book I read and I loved it!

Gorgeous slaves on an isolated island are treated like cattle. Herded into pens, branded, put on display and auctioned off...for the pleasures of other men..thier masters.

Pascal surrenders his mundane life to his secret fantasy and follows the alluring Casper. He feels he is a good slave until Casper shows him the indignities he will suffer before he really submits.
sadistic lust, loving romance, bdsm. D/s
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