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In episode two of The Flesh Cartel, the dark purpose behind Mat and Dougie Carmichael’s abduction is revealed. Though Dougie is protected from the worst of the guards’ brutality, he’s disgusted to find himself halfway to broken—despairing of escape and terrified of pain. Mat holds onto hope despite repeated rapes and beatings, but threats toward his brother teach him well to lay aside his pride and pick his battles carefully.

Worn down by days of unrelenting fear and abuse, Mat and Dougie are packaged and marketed with the same ruthless efficiency as any consumer product: Dougie the prettyboy twink, Mat the rabid pit bull. They are led to the auction block as the showpiece of the house’s collection.

Mat would rather be beaten to death than play the role of obedient slave for sale, but Dougie, desperate not to be separated from his brother, strikes a deal with the pitiless Madame who runs the auction house and controls both their fates. It might just be enough to keep them together—slaves, but together—assuming Mat even wants to be after Dougie fulfills his end of his deal with the devil.

(This title is part of the The Flesh Cartel, Season 1: Damnation serial.)

Reader discretion advised. This title contains the following sensitive themes: explicit violence, forced incest, non-consent.


The Flesh Cartel #2: Auction
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4.6 / 5
Graphic journey but thrilling
February 7th, 2014
The horror of the brothers torment continues with a thrilling turn of events by its conclusion. Very relatable characters and hope they get to exact their revenge one day :-)
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Heart in throat!!!
February 20th, 2013
Well here we are again, still unsure but having read this part I'm now more emotionally invested in the characters. Yet again they go through unspeakable violence and torture, and I was crying and saying no, no, please no, YET, I couldn't help but read on to find out what happens. Its like a gory film, you cover your eyes because you know its going to be horrific but you still peek through a gap because you NEED to watch and find out what happens. As with the first it was brilliantly written, it flows well, great characters, the plots coming together, I think I can see where its going to lead although everything I've read so far has shocked me to the core I wouldn't be surprised at all if it went a completely different direction. I'd like to see where this story takes us, even if I end up traumatized...
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