Coed Chelsea McLinden begins freshman year feeling lost, alone and vulnerable to the attentions of a ne'er-do-well grad student Denny, who lives on the third floor of her boarding house. Though she's quick to jump into bed with this handsome charmer, it is his roommate, the intense and brooding Maximus, who soon draws her attention. With an uncanny grasp of Chelsea's true nature as a sexual submissive, he begins a slow seduction that taps a wellspring of depraved fantasies that she's kept hidden - even from herself. Chelsea relents to Max's powerful allure, falling easily into the role of dutiful sex slave, at his beck and call for whatever sexual depravity he conceives. By sophomore year, the naked presence of a caged and collared coed in the third floor apartment is no longer a surprise to Max's roommates and his friends. She's become 'community property', shared by anyone who wants her. She follows stringent rules, endures harsh bondage, and suffers cruel punishment when she disobeys. Soon, she's turned into a sexual exhibitionist, willing to shed her clothes for outrageous and sometimes very public sex Maximus demands of her. However, the depravity of Chelsea's college years abruptly ends one night after graduation, when a desperate Denny tries to sell her to a foreign businessman to pay off a gambling debt. The harrowing ordeal of her forced enslavement ends with Max's rescuing her from a horrific fate, but the traumatized Chelsea hastily cuts her ties with Max and takes off. For the next fifteen years, Chelsea moves from one failed D/s relationship to another, while she secretly hungers for her old life. Though she yearns to make amends with her former master, he's become a wealthy businessman and is inaccessible to her. The only way to reach him involves a dangerous foray onto his private property. While taking an enormous risk to confront her former master, Chelsea has no idea what will happen when they finally meet face to face. Will he take her back after all these years, or throw her out?
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