Susan is carried off into WWII, surprised then compromised, blackmailed, can she get her reputation back without anyone finding out what she’d done?A US battleship escapes the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor in the opening days of World War II. A vacationing, movie-star hunting, raven haired vixen, Susan Maxwell, is determined to meet movie stars at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, an exotic movie star haunt, but she is out of luck. Instead she meets Naval Officers and she, along with her three girlfriends, move the late night party to the Battleship. The next morning, Sunday, December 7th Susan and her three friends find themselves trapped on that Battleship as it goes to war. A Negro Steward, Julius, raised in brothels, is determined to be a pimp and he sees his chance and sets his sights on Susan. While Susan struggles to outwit him, she finds herself romantically involved with the ship’s Captain. Setback after setback frays and tatters Susan’s reputation driving her deeper and deeper to the sordid side of life as she seeks an escape. Yet, the battleship’s Captain is determined to chase, catch and bring to battle the Japanese fleet that attacked Pearl Harbor.
Warning:Adult Sexual Novel, which contains depictions of Interracial Sex, Prostitution or White Slavery. BDSMerotica: Sexual Domination and Submission, Bondage and Discipline.
Warning:This Novel is Historical Adventure Fiction intended as entertainment, set at the outbreak of World War II, in a time where Racial Discrimination was rife as was Racial Segregation. African-Americans were referred to as Negros and in the pre-war US Navy, which was heavily segregated and they were only allowed to serve as messmen, commonly known as stewards. As an aside, Pearl Harbor provided the impetus to open the US Navy for African-American naval service beyond messmen. The intention of this book is to highlight the Racism of that era and become sensitive to it, while exposing the adverse effects of slavery. No United States Battleships escaped during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, but what if one did? Then what could that Battleship do? Could it catch the Japanese carrier fleet? Could that have really happened, is it plausible?
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