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Going Home (The Home Series Book 1) - Kris Ripper
Going Home (The Home Series Book 1)
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When sexual slavery is outlawed, most of the rational world rejoices. Another shameful chapter of history, tucked neatly away. Rory doesn’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but the thing he wants most in the world is impossible: to go home, to his master, where he was safe. Life without slavery... show more
When sexual slavery is outlawed, most of the rational world rejoices. Another shameful chapter of history, tucked neatly away.

Rory doesn’t want to rain on anyone’s parade, but the thing he wants most in the world is impossible: to go home, to his master, where he was safe. Life without slavery isn’t worth living. He dodges out of the “Freedom Project” with his new friend Demon, and vows to find his master, whatever it takes. He only hopes that once he does, life will go back to normal.

Geo Fairbanks doesn’t even tell people he used to own a slave. And the people who know? Think he’s deluded. “The kid was a slave, Geo. He wasn’t your boyfriend.” He switched careers, moved to a new town, and cut ties with everyone, but none of it helps. He needs Rory. When it looks like there might be a way to find him, Geo does whatever it takes.

Once they’re reunited, everything should be perfect. Shouldn’t it? Then why does Rory have more questions than answers? His friends are done with slavery, over it, moving on, but part of him? Part of him misses kneeling at Master’s feet. A very specific part of him misses being tied to Master’s bed. It would be one thing if Geo would just take over, like he did in the old days, but Geo’s just as clueless as Rory about how to live with each other as equal men.

Then the unthinkable happens and Geo finds himself searching for Rory all over again. Can he find Rory before he disappears into the new black market for slaves? And if he does, will they ever figure out how to be in a relationship not dictated by legal contracts dictating exactly what they mean to each other?
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00NP272BA
Pages no: 222
Edition language: English
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StitchersGirl
StitchersGirl rated it
4.0 Going Home by Kris Ripper
This freebie surprised the hell out of me. Firstly, because for a Love Landscape's freebie it was exceptionally well written, the plot complex and with 208 pages, it was a relatviely long read. But more importantly, it threw me right in the middle of a scenario that I tend to avoid in my books. ...
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it
2.0 Wrong For Me
Going Home. I can't believe how many times I screamed at the pages of this one 'get over it.' I got that our MCs were totally connected to each other and they needed to be together but I just couldn't handle the political/social control programs that was forced upon them. I just didn't like or care ...
Nina Schluntz's Blog
Nina Schluntz's Blog rated it
5.0 Deeper messages and themes than normally found in an erotica
The story parallels the slavery that America experienced with black people. Only in this world, the slaves have nothing to do with race. They are men and women, who were either born into this life, or opted for it over jail. And most are used as sex slaves. America has abolished this slavery and we ...
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