Attractive females are auctioned off to the highest bidder and must spend the week catering to their “owner’s” demands. The protagonist of Brown’s tale, Kimani Taylor, is a journalist after a story, and she allows herself to be purchased by Jake, an abusive and truly despicable buyer. When he and his friends transport their “purchases” to a secluded cabin and confiscate the women’s phones and clothing, Kimani realizes she may have bitten off more than she can chew.
When Jake’s business acquaintance, Ben, enters the picture, he is attracted to Kinani and appalled at the way the men are treating their “possessions.” He convinces Jake (who had purchased two women) to sell Kimani to him, and now we watch him alternate between protector and abuser.
I realize that abasing women was the idea behind the book, but watching these women gladly endure the abuse in hopes that they may end up like the star of Pretty Woman and find true love was more than I could stomach. Finding out that the book ended in the middle of the story and forced the reader to buy the second book to find out the ending was the last straw, and I think I will leave erotica reviewing to someone else in the future.
Publisher - Wind Color Press
Date of Publication - May 8, 2018