The Life of Anna
The Life of Anna was originally published as five separate books in 2014 and 2015. Since then, Amazon has removed the individual e-books from their sites, though you can purchase the paperbacks there, as well as The Complete Story. (Don't ask--I have no idea why.)
If you want to purchase the individual ebooks because you cannot purchase The Complete Story on Amazon, please contact me through this website and we can work something out. Because The Complete Story is on Kindle Unlimited, I cannot have the individual stories available sale.
Paperbacks are available here on this website, as well as on Amazon.
Learn more about The Complete Story.
There is a subculture within our own world that you’ve only heard whispers of. The conspiracy theorists wish they knew Anna’s story. What the conspiracy theorists think they know is only disinformation, put out there to keep them from knowing the Real Story.
This series is for readers who are not easily triggered. I do not glorify bad things, but bad things do happen to my poor characters. This is not your typical love story. My heroine does not fall in love and live happily ever after...at least not like the typical heroine. There is a happily ever after, but it is a long, painful journey to that end.
Anna’s story is told in five, novel-length books. Consider Enslaved your introduction to Anna and her world.
Tread further if you dare.
This series will offend you, make you cry, perhaps make you vomit. It is a dark book. As someone once said, “It’s dark. It gets darker. It gets even darker, then it gets even more dark. And then, just when you think it can’t get any darker, it does.”
But don’t worry. I take you to the deep end gradually. ;)
Sex happens. A lot. People die. People get hurt. Things aren’t always what they seem to be. The antagonist isn’t a bad guy. He’s evil. My heroine’s worldview is skewed. Things that may appall you are perfectly normal to her. All sexual acts portrayed in this book are between persons of legal age (18 years old) and are between non-related persons. (Events happen “off-screen” that are outside these limitations. Have you watched the news lately?) Violence portrayed is put there for a reason and crucial to the plot and character development.
Do not read this if you are under the age of consent in your country. Do not get angry if the book upsets you. If you’re reading this, you’ve been warned.
Anna’s entire life was planned out before she was born. Her entire purpose is to serve those in control and be the perfect tool to control everyone around them. One man will seek to take her unique gifts into himself and become both the source of power and the hand that wields it.
But at the age of sixteen, Anna has a vision of a man. A man whom her Master is determined to discover and destroy. A man who will change Anna's life forever.
Anna has two masters, one she hardly knows, but who makes her feel safe, the other she's known all her life and says he needs her.
Alex wants her to be free.
Devin demands her obedience.
As Anna takes her first steps into the world, into love, into friendship, she wonders if she will ever understand either of them.
Devin has achieved his goal of becoming Chairman and all seems peaceful...until Devin performs an act of cruelty that pushes Anna to fight back for the first time in her life.
Meanwhile, Alex is working hard to give her something that Devin can never take away.
As her Masters work around her, Anna must navigate a life she never wanted
Everything Anna cared about is lost; the only thing left is Devin. She gives him all of herself, but even that seems too little.
As Anna realizes the truth of her Master's desire, she must decide what it is that she truly wants.
Anna has escaped from Devin. Now she must learn what it is to live without a Master. Yet Devin will not let her go so easily; his power depends on what he takes from her.
Will Anna's freedom last? Can she even learn to live as a free woman?
Is Devin’s power too great for her to escape?