Captive Twins by Denise la Croix
Two beautiful Senegal female twins, a lovely young English nun and a newly ordained young English priest are all captured by some of the Senegal Rebels, a band of men run by a rogue English Peer, who call themselves The Senegal Peoples’ Freedom Fighters. The girls along with several others are crated and shipped on to Naples, mainland Italy, after having been captured, examined, and then eventually sold on to various merchants dealing in female and male flesh. Despite the dramatic consequences, the twins, Fire and Flame, ultimately find strength and loyalty in each other and they remain forever connected by their bond as sisters. They try to help the young nun but to little or no avail. This story is complex and at times a little disturbing, though many of us read about such things everyday and see it on television, but when it actually happens, perhaps, to one of your own kin, then you will realise how evil the world is. Fire and Flame, the twins, are kidnapped by the Senegal Rebels from the hills, they are then handed on to a merchant who runs the markets in the south of Italy and also several whore houses; one in Dakar, one in Morocco and two in Naples. The nun is handed over to a vicious, perverted, brothel owner. Now read on and follow the happenings of those involved.