Sir Roger smiled broadly as the maids stepped away to leave his ward bound and stiffly upright before him, her thighs held wide, her body ready for his attentions. Elizabeth twisted and wriggled in vain; despite her weary efforts the supple straps, creaking softly at her anguished straining, held her immovable in the grip of the diabolical frame.
Beautiful eighteen-year-old Elizabeth Ashton joins her guardian, Sir Roger Stanley, in a trading post on the feared Gold Coast of Africa. There, Sir Roger teaches the beautiful girl the darker pleasures of restraint and discipline before introducing her to the dominating widow, Helen Birencourt.
But plotting to be rid of Elizabeth and claim her inheritance, Sir Roger then sells her to Lord Kemal, the chief slaver on the coast, and despite being cruelly used by Kemal she escapes – although her adventures are only just beginning.
Shipwrecked and alone she is captured by native warriors, and her prized blonde hair and blue eyes ensure that she is sent to join King Mamaweyo’s harem. There she learns about the barbaric rituals meted out to the king’s slaves, as well as finding comfort in the arms of her new companions.
Then a surprise attack on the palace gives Elizabeth a chance of escape – but does fate have a final cruel twist in store…?