The Flesh Cartel #1: Capture (The Flesh Cartel Season 1: Damnation)
Sublime service, made to order. In this first installment of the exciting new psychosexual thriller, The Flesh Cartel, orphaned brothers Mat and Dougie Carmichael are stolen in the night from their own home. Taken to a horrifying processing facility, they are assessed, microchipped, and... show more
Sublime service, made to order.
In this first installment of the exciting new psychosexual thriller, The Flesh Cartel, orphaned brothers Mat and Dougie Carmichael are stolen in the night from their own home. Taken to a horrifying processing facility, they are assessed, microchipped, and subjected to unspeakable brutality—all in preparation for sale to the highest bidder.
In a world where every person has a price, the beautiful and subduable PhD student Dougie is highly prized. His brother, a rough-edged MMA fighter, is less desirable—and potentially too dangerous—but he still has his own appeal.
Abused and locked up under round-the-clock surveillance, with no idea where they are or even why they’ve been taken, escape seems impossible, which leaves staying together their only hope. And after being separated once by the foster system, they'll do anything to keep it from happening again. Anything at all.
Publish date: 2012-10-01
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 75
Edition language: English
Series: The Flesh Cartel (#1)
Wow. Ok...I'm definitely cringing and intrigued as hell to see where this goes.
At this moment.... There are no words.... I think it is going to take more time and more installments before I can even process what I just read. All I know is that I have to read more. Because I have to know what happens to Mat and Dougie.
Nope! Nope! Nope! NOPE! This series was not for me. Gratuitous violence with little to connect me to the characters beyond the sheer horror of abuse. I know there is potential there for a compelling story and I can't deny that these women are talented writers, but I just can't find pleasure in readi...
Colour me intrigued. I'm interested to see how this serial pans out. The first instalment was brutal, graphic, and kind of left a dry taste in my mouth, but I couldn't stop reading.