Leather-Bound Niece by Nathan Silvers || (Click Cover To Enlarge It)

Leather-Bound Niece by Nathan Silvers
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Published in 1985 by Greenleaf Classics.

In LEATHER BOUND NIECE, Jeni Vaughan finds herself in a situation. Held captive by depraved people, she not only meets her captors’ sexual demands but, to her horror, finds herself responding to them. Jeni is forced to indulge in acts that are not only forbidden by society, but also by her own moral code.

LEATHER BOUND NIECE—a shocking story of a young girl’s reactions under tremendous stress. Yet who are we to judge her actions?

Jeni’s uncle and aunt met her at the tiny upstate airport. She looked at them sulkily as they said “hello.” She was so angry with her parents for sending her there for the summer, that she was determined not to be polite.

“So,” said Uncle Jack, “this is the girl that my sister thinks has no manners and needs to be taught them.”

Jeni didn’t answer, she just stared at the tiled floor. She could feel her uncle running his eyes over her young, fresh body, taking in her swelling tits, the slim waist below them, and the spread of her hips and thighs that drew his eyes to a pair of incredibly shapely legs.

Uncle Jack was younger than Jeni’s mother, probably in his early thirties, and his wife, Mandy, couldn’t have been older than twenty-five. She was a tall blonde, with a figure as good as Jeni’s, and an arrogant way of carrying herself. She looked at Jeni as if she expected trouble and would know how to deal with it.

Uncle Jack didn’t make her talk. He grinned and picked up Jeni’s suitcase with an arm that bulged with muscles, and led her out to the car.

The drive to the hotel her uncle and aunt ran was a long one, up into the hills, well away from anything like the bright lights Jeni wanted. She sat silently in the front seat, looking occasionally at her uncle as he drove, one hand on the wheel, the other running through his dark hair, or flipping the tape player to get what he wanted. He was a big man, tall and strong, and Jeni hated him at once.

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