Crash Diet by Jo-Anne Wiley
Welcome aboard the Bikini-Bus and join members of the Women’s Olympic Beach Volleyball Team on a flight straight into icy hell. Feel the panic rise in your throat as your plane is hurled toward a remote mountainside and, if you live, stand with Captain Irene Ross as she fights for your survival against the cold, hunger ” and the men. Led by a photographer from a scab magazine, the male survivors close ranks to defy Irene’s authority. They want her girls: Eight leggy flight-attendants, clad in bikinis, and handpicked for their challenging looks. Captain Ross fights valiantly but the men have the gun.
All laws of decency are stripped away and Captain Ross, hanging naked from a stake, watches as her girls are chased down and thrown to the ground. Whooping and hollering like a tribe of matinee Indians, the men dash from girl to girl, dropping down between splayed legs. It’s the gang-bang a woman fears; and a man secretly yearns for.
Once the male regime is firmly entrenched, laws are handed down: The crew and female passengers must bathe daily and do their hair. They wear only bikini briefs. And must entertain and serve the men. The enslaved female hostages answer to the men, cater to their needs, and the nightly performances around the log-fire become more and more provocative; until finally the girls, pitted against each other like gladiators, fight hand to hand for the right to be taken next and thus avoid adding their bodies to the dwindling food supply.
With rescue doubtful, the men herd the less attractive women to the Pigpenwhere a foreboding sign hangs above the gate: “Your only escape is on a meat platter.” Jo-Anne Wiley spins a tale of intrigue and sexual torment as the women secretly plot their escape and ultimate revenge. Includes non-consensual, control, violence, revenge, imprisonment, punishment, sexual torment.