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Voyager is Diana Philbrick’s second story. The first, The Gamblers, has been published by Chimera.
Voyager is the story of Jesse, a beautiful woman who offers herself for submissive sex to the highest bidder. Such arrangements are now legal and quite lucrative. But there’s more to it than the money. The human need to submit and to dominate has become as important as romantic love in the mid-21st Century.
Jesse responds to her submissive nature and consents to live a slave’s life, resisting it at every opportunity. She knows that she’s fighting herself, but accepts the turmoil as a way of getting her life into alignment with her feelings. Unfortunately, the fiery relationships that result are traumatic, especially her relationship with Howard, whom she loved with a fierce intensity. It was an argument with him that drove her to accept a mysterious bondage assignment deep inside Russia.
Her life is turned upside down as she tries to cope with the abuses she finds in this remote locale. Finally, despite her desire to obey the law, she rebels to save herself and her new friends.
Sarah and Hailey are CELTs--women who provide submissive sex for money. Young and a little wild, they accept an assignment as escorts in Dubai. Life is great until a worldwide financial crisis spins out of control, trapping them in Arabia. They are helped by the Sheikh who holds their contracts, but they are unable to leave or even to live without his protection.
Jared, an idealistic American major, serves in an American occupying force sent to acquire Kuwaiti oil. He is captured by the Sheikh. Having gained his trust, Sarah uses their intense relationship to acquire information. The Sheikh uses the information to defeat the American force. Jared is labeled a traitor. The Sheikh sees this as an opportunity to hire him as a mercenary. As a further inducement, he assigns Sarah’s and Hailey’s CELT contracts to Jared.
When Jared finally learns some startling truths about the events that caused his self-loathing, will his love for Sarah re-ignite?