Social Service: Six Sentence Sunday

I have received wonderful feedback regarding my second novel, Social Service. This book is a sequel to my debut novel Under Order and I’m happy that readers seem to generally enjoy it.

Here is a short snippet from Social Service. Heather, our protagonist, has gone off for a hike with Ingrid. They discuss their home, which is a kink-friendly town, and Heather learns about the ethically questionable ‘Section Seven’.

“I know it’s strange, Heather,” Ingrid said, realizing I was in shock. “The thing is, a lot of the men and women who sign on to be slaves actually really fucking like it. If they were told they could be free at any time, the whole situation would be stripped of its realism. None of them die, and Master told me the ones who are set free have never even tried to do legal damage to Rock Creek. They know what they’re signing on for when they begin their service. Like I said, different strokes for different fucking folks.”

This is my second week participating in Six Sentence Sunday and I think it’s a lot of fun!

An excerpt of Social Service is here.



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8 responses to “Social Service: Six Sentence Sunday

  1. Jennifer Lowery (Kamptner)

    Can’t wait to find out how she reacts! Great six!

  2. Kate Meader

    Different strokes, for sure! Great six.

  3. Skye Warren

    Wow, love the setup. Who doesn’t like a little slavery on Sundays? 😉

  4. Haha. Interesting set-up. I’ve only read one slave story before and I have to admit, I didn’t see the attraction. That said, I’m always up for reading more about that (extreme?) ‘lifestyle.’

    • This description of Section Seven doesn’t really describe the book; Section Seven is kind of a sub-plot. 🙂 But there is ‘slavery’ in the consensual bdsm kind of way and it’s very fun! Thanks for the comment!

  5. daezarkian

    May have to check out your books. Very nice!

  6. Six Sentence Slavery…has a good ring to it. Great job. Looking forward to more.

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