LtBroccoli Sorry, I don’t know why I assumed people would know what story I’m referencing based off of the title alone. I think I just recall this as the most popular “Julia” story.
But the story is about a girl named Julia, an introverted virgin who was a grocery store worker (grocery store worker part is not a focal point of the story, just a passing detail) I believe. She meets this older man through a dating or bdsm website, some sort of chat rooms thing, who she calls “sir” when they’re playing. At the beginning of the story he’s asking her if she finished reading and enjoyed the book he assigned her (Anne Rice’s Sleeping Beauty). She says yes and they discuss it a little further. And eventually, toward the end of the conversation she asks to meet him in person. I think they arrange a date at this point or maybe later on. At some point, either at the beginning or end of the conversation, Julia looks at the pictures of himself and one with his dog that he sent her.
The story cuts to his perspective where he’s speaking with a close friend, Mistress Kahna I want to say, it’s definitely off but her name began with a K and it was an Arabic one. They talk about Julia and how she wants to meet him in person now. The conversation ends and the story shifts back to Julia’s perspective where she goes to their date location. She’s waiting for a very long time and has been holding the waitress off with “I’m waiting for someone”, “he’ll be here soon” anytime she comes to take her order. Toward closing time, the waitress apologetically tells her that they’re closing soon. Devastated, Julia goes home to cry about how she’s been stood up by this man that she is infatuated with. Once she gets home, though, she’s attacked by a shadowy figure with a syringe.
I can’t remember the rest of this kidnapping event very clearly or sequentially but I think she wakes up either in the trunk of the car or the back seat of the car. I know that at one point she disobeys and her kidnapper gets upset and throws her in the trunk as punishment. But during this event in the book he tells her someone paid him money for her, the only thing she’s valuable is for her cunt, etc.
Eventually they make it to a plane strip and she’s taken out of the car and placed on the plane. There she meets other kidnapees who fill her in on the situation, some are new like her, others have been in her circumstance; it’s those that have been in her circumstance who help fill her in. Essentially they serve as sex slaves for their masters and mistresses, people who have purchased them. This all takes place in these large mansions/estates that are referred to as houses and these houses are in various locations. Masters, mistresses, and slaves alike reside in these houses to give a picture of how large they are. The slaves in the plane are headed to I believe the Ivy House (so as you can see, there is a system of houses and they all have different titles). The former slaves in the plane are coming back from other houses and returning to their master/mistress’s house, so slaves can be swapped back and forth between houses at the owner’s discretion. What I’m getting at is that this is a very complex system that is going on here, it’s not a small time sexual slavery ordeal.
When it’s time for the plane to land, all of the other slaves exit the plane but Julia causes a bit of a commotion and refuses to get off the plane and while fighting, she bites either the pilot or the security who is trying to force her off of the plane. Prior to this, though, I think the story cuts to his perspective and he is waiting around with other masters and mistresses who will also receive their slaves from the incoming plane. He inner-commentates on some of the other masters and mistresses, one in particular who is new/younger and nervously chewing on a pen. He thinks to himself that this master has to reel this nervousness in before his slave arrives. Another mistress he commentates on is like the resident doctor of the house, she’s waiting on a slave boy that I think she also met through a chat room. Back to Julia though, she’s sedated and taken off of the plane where she’s placed on a gurney.
Once she’s brought inside, she hears a very familiar voice telling her that she’s caused quite the commotion and he starts playing with her. He asks if she thinks she deserves to cum after her actions and she whines but he lets her. This is all happening to her in a haze because of the sedation I should emphasis. Once she cums, the doctor comes to her master and asks when Julia will have her physical/routine “check-in” into the house. He says that he wants her awake for it so they’ll wait until she’s out of her current sedated shape then they laugh about the medical humiliation she’ll come to face. Another reason is also because he wants her to be placed into an isolation room to reflect upon her actions getting off of the plane and the new environment she’ll have to adapt to. She’s not ready to join the other new slaves and their training that will come. And the scene ends with her being taken away to be placed in the isolation room.
I think I’ll stop here but the story definitely progresses from this point on so let me know if you want me to continue/add more details. Additionally, the man who paid for her was “sir” from the chat rooms if that wasn’t clear. Her kidnapping occurred because of her insistence to meet him and he wanted to bring her into his world and not just the roleplay situation she wanted to conduct. From the point after she was brought into the house, she was meant to refer to him as “Master (his last name” or just “Master” because, well I forget the exact reason he explains later on but “Sir” was just something he allowed her to call him while they were messing around online. Now that it’s real she’s meant to address him by the proper title he wants to be called. But what I’m getting at is that I don’t remember his last name, I remember his first though which was Beckett. She finds this out from overhearing the other masters and mistresses refer to her as “Beckett’s new slave.”