Torture & Ordeals

Torture & Ordeals

  • Published by Talbot Press
  • Copyright 2017 by Joshua Reyes
  • Rating: Intensity Level 3
  • Words: 14,770
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370773565

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Ritualistic Torture and Sexual Humiliation

Short Description: 

Sometime in the future in a third world country, a woman runs afoul of the authorities. Tried, convicted and sentenced, she is forced to undergo ritualistic punishments designed to shame and break her as well as work as a prostitute. Her husband was forced to watch her public punishments.

Long Description:

Inspired by the published works of Charles Carrington (1857–1921) a leading British publisher of erotica in late 19th and early 20th century, author Leslie Parma writes a classic tale of punishment and sexual humiliation. Winnie Chapman runs afoul of the authorities in a Third World country in the future and is tried, convicted and sentenced. Her husband, Nigel, was helpless to prevent his wife’s punishment, and his country’s Embassy was no help either. Poor Winnie, in addition to her prison sentence, was also forced to undergo ritualistic public ordeals: she was flogged in public, subjected to Falaka, and made to ride the “Spanish Horse.” Nigel was forced to watch these public punishments. Behind closed doors a cruel prison boss put her on the “Pole” and exposes her to the stomach-turning torture known as the “Milkshake.” What’s worse is that during her incarceration, he made Winnie work as a prostitute. She was eventually forcibly bred and became pregnant.

Warning: Torture & Ordeals is a Talbot Press novella which features graphic sex and language, interracial sex, sexual humiliation and BDSM. All characters are 18 years of age or older.

Flogged, Falaka, the “Pole” and the “Milkshake”

Poor Winnie, in addition to her detention, was also forced to undergo ritualistic ordeals: she was flogged in public, put on the “Spanish Horse”, subjected to Falaka, put on the “Pole,” and exposed to the stomach-turning procedure known as the “Milkshake.”



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