The Accidental Slave: (Aya’s Story – part 1) (The Slave Series)
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Young nurse, Aya Johansen, is working with refugees in a war zone when she is captured by fanatic religious warriors, fighting for their right to keep slaves and perform human sacrifices.
Their violence and brutality shocks her and her panic rises when she discovers the most terrifying man she’s ever met has bought her as his personal slave.
Aya is determined to break free, even if it means pushing beyond the edge of her fear to find hidden resources of mental strength. If her only chance of escape is to navigate a forbidden attraction to a man fighting on the wrong side of the war – then she’ll take it.
What readers are saying: The characters are real, and the author doesn’t fluff out the story with endless descriptions of coffee tables and the colour and style of the curtains etc. Funny, sad, exciting and sexy all rolled into one. A great read and I would recommend this to anyone who likes a book they can’t put down.Bruce Midgley
This is the first part in Aya’s story.
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Aya’s story is broken into 3 parts of around 40,000 words each, all available now.
The Slave series consists of separate, but intertwined, stories.You could read them out of order, but for the best reading experience and to avoid spoilers, this is the recommended order to read them in.
The Accidental Slave (Aya’s story)
The Healing Slave (Sybina’s story) Release April, 2016
Never a Slave (Sofia’s story) Release May 2016
The Feisty Slave (Uma’s story) Release June 2016
King of Slaves (Jenna’s story) Release August 2016
This series is intended for mature readers only as it contains graphical language and sexual scenes of violent nature. All characters are fictional and any likeness to a living person or organization is coincidental.
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