New Cover: An Unrepentant Bastard

Yay! I have the completed cover for my next Debts to Recover Story: An Unrepentant Bastard!
Unrepentant Bastard POD Ebook Cover 10
A generation ago America passed a law allowing a bankrupt person’s debts to be bought by rich Masters. The debt slaves then belonged to their Masters for the duration of the debt until they repaid their Master’s largess. Not all people ended up in the debt slavery system, though. The middle class still existed, working to prosper between the Masters and the poor.

Jason de Havin was a middle class kid who worked the grill at Murphy Burgers until one night when he was mistaken for a prostitute. Master Darius Elshag, notorious Master of Elshag Industries, saved him. Their relationship drew Jason into a whole new life by Master Darius’ side, thrusting him into the lives the rich and powerful led.

Master Darius’ fierce protectiveness seemed like an extension of his position until one day when a rival Master kidnapped Jason. All of Jason’s assumptions about his place by Master Darius’ side, and in his non-existent heart, were called into question as Master Darius did everything it took to get his boy back. Jason feared that it wouldn’t be soon enough while Master Darius plotted his rival’s complete destruction if Jason was killed.

This one does come with some trigger warnings, including the standard (for this verse) slavery, D/s, rape (mostly off-screen), murder (as in the mass, highly unrepentant kind), and some elements of dub-con in the main relationship due to their inability to just say things outright that should have been said. But it does have a (relatively speaking) happy ending.

Price will be $8.99 for the TPB and $3.99 for the ebook. Expect it up by the end of the week! :D


About meyari

I am a writer of erotica, science fiction and fantasy. I've been writing for years but have just sold my first erotica novel and am working on self-publishing my non-erotica. I love sewing, collecting dolls, reading, and a great many crafts that I no longer have time to do. I've been happily married to my husband for 20 years.
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