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A powerful, wealthy man pays Carnal Incorporated to supply him with a beautiful, pleasure-trained slave. Two Carnal operatives stalk Shari Isle, a reclusive artist. From the moment she’s captured, she finds herself trapped in a world that revolves around harsh lessons, pain, and sexual stimulation. There’s no escape, just her desperate battle hold onto her sanity. Her timeA powerful, wealthy man pays Carnal Incorporated to supply him with a beautiful, pleasure-trained slave. Two Carnal operatives stalk Shari Isle, a reclusive artist. From the moment she’s captured, she finds herself trapped in a world that revolves around harsh lessons, pain, and sexual stimulation. There’s no escape, just her desperate battle hold onto her sanity. Her time at the brutal training facility ends, and she’s delivered to her master—a man incapable of controlling his temper. Now only survival matters....

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  • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme
    2019-04-22 00:19

    Heat Rating: Spark Kink Rating: 4 Paddles Review Rating: 2 Stars Human trafficking is a popular theme as of late. I’m not sure if it is because it titillates or because it is a reflection upon our current society. In Carnal Captive, we meet Shari Isle who is a struggling artist with c-cup boobs and a runner’s body. She’s the one who is captured by Carnal Incorporated to be turned into a sex slave. Bay Dennan is the rich man who wants a plaything to control. His life consisted of being told what to do and someone else calling the shots. Now he finally possesses the power to control someone else’s life.This concept is good. The non-consensual theme is a favourite of mine to read. Ms. Harper creates some plausible scenarios in which a woman can be kidnapped. The breakdown and training of Shari is detailed and graphic at times. This story is less about the BDSM lifestyle and more about using sexual torture and beatings to force dehumanize of a woman. The woman is nothing more than fuck meat. She exists as three holes for her Master to poke. I rated this book as four paddles for the Kinky factor because it definitely delivers in the sexual scenes. The humiliation and sexual training Shari goes through is pretty hot. The two male breakers, Reno and Damek, used different yet effective styles to force a desired behaviour from Shari. The cage, whippings, nipple clamps and edging where all lovely. A couple of them did come across as more clinical than carnal. I would have enjoyed the bad cop and good cop routine from them. While Reno was the one more controlled and Damek was the barely suppressed enraged monster, the distinction between the two was not enough. Or perhaps I should state, not as much as what I think Ms. Harper was trying to show.My overall rating ends at two paddles because this story was just okay for me. The constant changing point of view from Reno to Damek then to Shari was distracting. I recommend the point of view switch only once per chapter. Personally, I prefer only one point of view, at most, two. This pulls me out of the story as I had to re-read to ensure I understood who thought was being presented. Adding in Bay with his thoughts increased the jumble of voices fighting to be heard. What mainly brought this book rating to okay where two items. First, this book is supposed to be non consensual with a guilty pleasure feeling. There was a distinct line between good versus bad. Or at least it could have been. It seemed to me Ms. Harper was trying to create characters that were dancing in the grey - not fully bad and not fully good. This is a hard character building technique. It didn’t quite work out this way in the book. From what I could see, Reno and Bay experienced guilt for what they did. They had to keep rationalize in their head that it was okay. This guilt didn’t do it for me. If Ms. Harper was trying to bring the grey shades in, my recommendation is writing the character with plausible justification for what is clearly wrong can be shown as right. This is what would have made me shiver in delight. Reno had to believe what he was doing was right and show how it can be good. It probably would have made me like Reno better. Second, the ending of the story made me go WTF. It ended abruptly for me and the resolution or should I say, Bay’s guilty conscience killed my libido. It basically completely invalidated the storyline for me. What I would have liked to see is Bay using Shari’s passion for life against her. Basically control her in this manner and doling out sweet torturous sexual pleasure in exchange for good behaviour. My recommendation may be predictable but it would have been more satisfying for me. I recommend this story for those who enjoy non consensual.

  • nd ♥Master's kitten♥
    2019-05-19 00:34

    This book was "iffy" for me. The non-con genre is a dark favorite of mine and true to form the handlers, Damek and Reno, were pretty brutal. And it's not that, that turned me off at all, it was the dialog between them that drove me a little batty. I kept expecting them at any minute to end up in a little schoolgirl shoving match. It was penis waving at it's best. Their constant, "don't tell me what to do", and trying to one up each other got redundant. Hell, at one point I was wishing they try to beat the crap out of each other. The story starts out extremely dark, which I really enjoyed. But even from the beginning the handlers were bickering with each other. I kept expecting our heroin to use that to her advantage in some way. The time with the "handlers" was too long, almost 75% of the book. And all the "conditioning" and "training" they did that whole time, it started to feel like a yawn fest. I felt for a while that I favored Damek of the 2 handlers, then I would surprise myself by favoring Reno. I really, after a while, felt they were both just trying to prove to the other, and themselves, that they were actually cut out for this business. Shari Isle. I liked her. I liked that she refused to give up the last bit of herself, her mind. She stayed strong throughout. She did what she had to do to survive. I felt her fear when she was taken, the author described this quite well. And I always felt that giving half a chance that she would kill all of those in her path to freedom. The time with her new master was too short in terms of the length of the book, and he was pretty wishy-washy. What the hell was he doing buying a slave when he couldn't even make up his mind about basic things like wanting her on the bed or on a chair. It just didn't feel real. Yes, I know he was trying to figure out in his head what the hell he was doing, but it came off very weak. And it was all so rushed. I didn't like the ending, the way it played out, at all. While I enjoy a Stockholm Syndrome feel to my non-con at times... I was really glad this one didn't take that turn. It wouldn't have felt real, not with as strong as Shari was portrayed to be.This book is dark and at times brutal, very non-con, and as mentioned, it's a favorite genre of mine. I would caution the casual reader who may not be used to dark reads to read at your own risk as it involves beatings, rape, degradation, and humiliation. If these are triggers for you, best leave this one alone.2.5 - 3 Star read for me.Carnal Days was originally published in Feb. of 2012 as Carnal Captive with a different cover. Vonna hopes readers won’t be confused by the changes Amazon is requiring based on recent developments in the epublishing world about what is considered acceptable. This book is still listed on Goodreads.com as Carnal Captive.

  • Jo * Smut-Dickted *
    2019-05-19 00:23

    Not as strong as the other two but I did like it. It was going along swimmingly and then about 85% in it hit a brick wall, jumped the shark, and fell flat to me. Same story as before - woman gets kidnapped, tortured and trained to be a sex slave, and gets sold to a Master. The depictions of the training are brutal, violent (though not hugely so in terms of blood or anything) and graphic. It does go into her head - which was a confused jumbled mess. That is one of the consistency's that I have enjoyed from this series of books - in the end the slave is still conflicted. Although there are elements of Stockholm rearing their heads occasionally primarily the issues don't get resolved. It feels more true to life that this is what would happen. When you might vacillate between "I want to die" and "I cannot believe I am aroused at this" what's in between in head speak is fascinating to pull apart and examine. For me these novels aren't really arousing (so even if they fall on the erotica spectrum they don't titillate - at least not for me) so it is more about the overall picture, how the people interact, the plausibility, and how they evolve to get through an ordeal. Plausibility here in the end is what did it in. I gave it a 3 because, for the first long part, I'd of given it a 4. The ending I give a 1 so I sort of did the math- 3/4 of the book at 4, 1/4 at 1...that can be a 3. I never claim to be a math wizard. For a 5 in the front it would have to have been more descriptive and less clinical feeling. If a character is going through pain or pleasure I enjoy a bit longer time in their head while they feel that way!

  • Shel
    2019-05-10 02:23

    I really wanted to like this series but it just did not do it for me. I enjoy reading Vonna Harpers books but these for some reason could not keep my attention. I did end up finishing the series and they got better as you go.

  • Monique
    2019-04-30 00:21

    I didn't like the way this one ended. I liked the heroine's strong personality & her perseverance. The male protagonists were all pretty horrible. This may be a hard story for most people to digest. Lots of violence towards the heroine.

  • Flow
    2019-04-23 00:38

    What kind of ending was that? Really? Basically they just walk free? How frustrating...The book went into some detail about the scenes.It also switched point of views on a few different characters.

  • Gianna
    2019-05-17 22:18

    This story starts out extremely dark. If you can't handle some of the worst possible imaginable scenarios a woman could face, then do not read this book. But I will say, Vonna Harper sure knows how to weave a tale. It takes you through the ups and downs of Shari's existence like you wouldn't believe. At times you want to hate the main male character. But also, he shows you glimpses that he's not the monster that he's made out to be. I was torn between giving this book 3 or 4 stories. I wanted to give it 4 because it is an amazingly dark, erotic tale. But the ending just didn't quite grasp what was needed. A HEA or HFN isn't needed, but closure would be good. Unless the author is intending to write a follow up book that finishes the story. Cause right now, it feels like there should be more.

  • Helen Jessica Mays
    2019-05-17 19:17

    It was a good read but I had some problems. First of all those two trainer kept bickering between each other. That was really frustrating after a few times. Secondly, the ending was really rushed and frankly unbelievable. Bay was not painted like this.

  • marcella
    2019-05-11 19:39

    This was an all right read for me. The emotion was kind of lacking from all of the lead roles. Plus the ending, totally not what i saw coming and just totally unbelievable. i'm still planning on reading the next 2 books, i've already bought them. Curious to see how stuff turns out for Shari.

  • Maddison Hoy
    2019-04-28 22:25

    I really felt like the ending was rushed.

  • GreenFairy
    2019-05-01 20:39

    If this would have stayed a dark erotic bdsm story, I would have rated it higher. Bay was disappointing to me as a Dom. When Shari was still being held captive, that was where the story was best.