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Punishment Incorporated: The Full Trilogy (eBook)
The Full Trilogy
Punishment Incorporated: The Full Trilogy eBook Cover, written by Jon Zelig
|Publication date||April 19, 2017|
|Preceded by||Punishment Incorporated Book III: Tasha in Charge|
Punishment Incorporated: The Full Trilogy is an eBook written by Jon Zelig. It is a collection of the works in the Punishment Incorporated series by this author. In this work the characters Judy Holland and Tasha are Succubi.
- Title: Punishment Incorporated: The Full Trilogy
- Author: Jon Zelig
- Published By: Zelig Media
- Length: 107 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B071Y58HP3
- Publishing Date: April 19, 2017
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- Punishment Incorporated: Book I: Punishing the Succubus?
- Punishment Incorporated: Book II: Mistress Judy's Journey
- Punishment Incorporated Book III: Tasha in Charge
You have to know it’s there, the little “Punishment Suite” in the basement of a strip mall sex shop. And then . . . you have to know what you want: either for yourself or for a partner to be consigned into P-Inc’s “care.”
In Book One, “Punishing the Succubus?” narrated by the proprietor, Master Jon, Judy Holland’s husband thinks she needs discipline.
Judy agrees; and “down to the basement she goes.” But her husband doesn’t really understand who—or what—he married.
A centuries’ old Succubus, Judy agreed to this arrangement because she has been trying to fight her very nature—thinks, perhaps, if she can be submissive, she can change who, and what, she is, no longer prey on men.
It quickly becomes clear to Master Jon—in consultation with Mistress Tasha, one of his Dommes—that there is just no way Judy can submit.
Book Two, “Mistress Judy’s Journey,” tracks some of the past and present of the woman who has become Mistress Judy, narrated in her voice.
Book Three, “Tasha in Charge,” tells something of Tasha’s story, in her own voice.
At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.