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Memories of a Slave

By: Sophie Kisker
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2016 by Blushing Books® and Sophie Kisker
27 Chapters / 67,000 Words
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ScarlettPhoenix on 07/29/2016 06:10pm
This story grabbed my attention from the very beginning. It is a tale of freedom in many senses of the word. Empowerment and slavery do not go hand in hand but Lydia tries to defy the odds. This is my first exposure to Sophie Kisker's writing and I am very impressed. Her characters are believable and complex. Descriptions are true and never take you out of the story. I'll be looking for more from Ms. Kisker.
SouthernRaven on 07/18/2016 05:23pm
What a fantastic wild ride of a story!! Superior character development between James, an off worlder scientist and Lydia, a slave that he purchased for the week after seeing her public punishment. As the story grows, James realizes he has feelings for this extremely intelligent woman but her Master refuses to let her go. In the end love prevails and titles earned! A true 5 star read!
Heart5 on 07/15/2016 05:09am
This is a very dark story that features the true enslavement of women. The author did a really good job of creating a society where women truly have no hope. I thought the plot was very well developed, and the mysteries of Midros kept me interested to the very end. A few times the dialogue felt a little flat, particularly between James and his friend Raym. Overall though, I enjoyed the story, and look forward to reading more from the author.
Laurel Loughman on 07/14/2016 04:57pm
I adored this story. Lydia has been a slave most of her life. She was stolen from the home she knew and taken to a new planet where she is given a drug to forget her former life. She is then trained as a slave. When she meets a man that is to rent her for the week, she accidentally finds a room full of books that tells her how women used to be equal. However, the men on this planet have made it illegal and punishable by death for her to read their language. Will Lydia be saved from a horrible death or made an example to the other female slaves? Will she be able to live a life a freedom with the man she loves in a true M/s relationship? Read this endearing story to find out. It is a wonderful story I couldn't put down.
LuCinda Beebe on 07/12/2016 05:17pm
I enjoy a book that gets my attention from right at the beginning all the way through until the end and this book definitely did that. It started with Lydia being caught with a book written in Br'ini which was forbidden for women to even touch on the planet of Midros. James was on Midros trying to find in their archives why Oblita, a drug, would work only on Midros. I don't want to say more then that a risk giving away any part of the rest of the story. There is so many twists and turns that the way the story ended surprised me. You won't be disappointed if you pick this book up to read.
Laurel Lasky on 07/10/2016 07:33pm
Another fantastic book by Sophie Kisker who is becoming the Queen of the non-Consensual slavery. The storyline was brilliant with abuse of women vs freedom, being able to choose, the feelings and emotions of the characters plus many unexpected twists and turns. Tears and cheers. I loved this book.
k- on 07/06/2016 05:18am
What would you risk for freedom and the right to choose? On Midros, a planet where women have no power and no rights, Lydia risks everything to teach herself to read. “Because reading what men think and write gives women ideas that aren’t healthy for them. They’re happier when their world is predictable and limited.” After being publically punished for touching a book she finds herself called to serve for a week with a total stranger as mandated by The Oversight Board. James is on Midros researching a new drug, he buys her for the week with no expectations and it turns both of their worlds upside down. There is punishment, sex, submission, incredible insight on the differences between non-consensual and consensual Master/slave dynamics and it is all wrapped up in a story that grabs you from beginning to end.
SH on 07/04/2016 05:34pm
I so enjoyed this book! It's written very well and the plot was intriguing. The detailed descriptions of this other world, their lifestyle, and culture made it easy to imagine. The treatment of the women made me cringe and had me cheering for Lydia and James from beginning to end. Quit reading here, buy the book and enjoy!!
Redrabbitt on 07/04/2016 02:59pm
I found this to be an emotional, heart-wrenching, spine-tingling tale. The plot of this story will take the reader on an emotional roller-coaster ride, from the use and even abuse of women, not allowing them to learn, having no rights, and being subjected to a life of slavery. No other planet treats women this way, and basically they are brainwashed into subservience from a very young age. One man, a dominant, but with respect to women and only believes in consensual M/s relationships becomes a champion for his temporary for a week slave. How far will they go to make things right? What memories will haunt Lydia and help unlock the mystery to so many female slaves?

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