Colonel's Treasure

Colonel s Treasure BookedUp Review by Black Tulip Dirk Hessian delivers again an original and unique short story It definitely has its own very particular flavor One way or another it will not leave you indifferent This

  • Title: Colonel's Treasure
  • Author: Dirk Hessian
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • BookedUp Review by Black Tulip Dirk Hessian delivers again an original and unique short story It definitely has its own very particular flavor One way or another it will not leave you indifferent This very vivid, attractive and shocking tale Once again it s an interesting, intriguing and disturbing tale It is definitely worth being read I give 4 5 Young RoBookedUp Review by Black Tulip Dirk Hessian delivers again an original and unique short story It definitely has its own very particular flavor One way or another it will not leave you indifferent This very vivid, attractive and shocking tale Once again it s an interesting, intriguing and disturbing tale It is definitely worth being read I give 4 5 Young Rob Winston is deemed too small of stature and unsoldierly to take his place in the military ranks of the American Revolution All he is seen fit to do is to become the sexual comfort and treasure of Colonel Seth Hampton of the army of General Nicholas Herkiner in the Mohawk Valley campaign With the help of the Indian subchieftain and scout Otetiani, however, Winston endeavors, by taking on the role of spy, to show that his talents in enticing the desires of men are than enough to turn the tide of war At war s end, however, he must choose between his colonel, the Indian chief who has mastered him, or the runaway slave, Jeremiah, to whom Rob himself has become a slave.

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    One Reply to “Colonel's Treasure”

    1. A short review for a a short novella. At around 17,000 words this story follows Rob Winston has he tries to help America win the war of independence–on his back.It’s an erotic novel, rather than a historical piece, even though it’s set in 1775 and onwards, there’s plenty of sex on the pages but it’s more geared towards porn than erotica. The story starts with a rape (although some, as Rob’s reactions soon turn from “no no!” to “more more!” might call it “dub-con”) and pro [...]

    2. Reviewed By BlackTulip for Booked UpDirk Hessian delivers again an original and unique short story. It definitely has its own very particular flavor. One way or another it will not leave you indifferent. This very vivid, attractive and shocking tale could have been called The Fortunes and Misfortunes of Young Rob Wilson.The story takes place at the end of the 18th century, in the Suffolk area between Virginia and North Carolina, on the eve of the rebellion when the colonies of the New World are [...]

    3. Too much violence for me. The story went from one bad situation to another for the MC. I could never get attached to him.

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