The Doctor’s Captive. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

The Doctor’s Captive by Loki Renard

My rating: 3 of 5 stars.

After countless failed attempts to eliminate him, Jason Blake—the deadly rogue agent better known as the Doctor—has finally slipped up and revealed his location. As the best-trained operative in her organization, it comes as no surprise to Katie when she is assigned to take Jason down. But when she underestimates her enemy’s skill and her mission goes horribly awry as a result, Katie ends up as the Doctor’s captive.


Jason has waited five years for this moment, and now at last he has his chance to atone for the sins of his past and free Katie from the corrupt, out-of-control spy agency which brainwashed her and then molded her into a loyal, unquestioning assassin. But Katie’s mind was manipulated in a very specific, deeply intimate way, and the conditioning can only be undone in that same way.


To break through her defenses, Jason will need to strip her bare, punish her thoroughly, and then bring her such intense pleasure that she is left not only blushing with shame and quaking with need, but actually begging him to claim her and dominate her completely.

The Doctor’s Captive

Secret government agency creates assassins through mind control





The government really sucks sometimes doesn’t it? I mean you sign up to work for them and what do they do? They create a program where the use domination and forced orgasms to alter your memories so that all that is left of your mind is a dedication to the program and a single minded focus of a killer.

When the original Assassin that started it all, “The Doctor”, decides to take apart the program, he kidnaps his former lover, the woman who no longer has memories of him and intends to reverse the process on her. This is also done through domination and forced orgasms.

Of course there are other ways of reprogramming the assassins but apparently the one he is using on her works best for her personally. Which is nice, because later we find out he had to reprogram some male agents… He must have used those other methods for them I would expect.

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