Once, there was a private school for young ladies. Only it wasn't really a school, but more of a prison. Those who had a young woman they wanted out of the way (and the money to pay for it), enrolled their problem in Saint Hortense's and never have to worry about that problem again. After a while, there would either be an unfortunate accident or the girl would simply disappear. End of problem.
One such young lady was Angel Martin. Sent to that place of eternal torment and pain, she managed to turn the tables and free the other "students". The school was shut down and all the Satan-worshipping, sadistic nuns were arrested and put away in prisons of a different type. End of that problem.
Wrong. Angel and Darla, a former nun who turned against them, were enjoying freedom and their own unique form of love when a detective steps into their lives and informs them that Saint Hortense's is again in operation and that only they can help shut it down. Highly unpleasant memories of the torment they both endured are pushed aside as they depart for France and the dangers of plunging again into that cesspool of evil.
Danger lurks around every corner and the evil nuns are always looking for a fresh, young female for their Dark Lord.
Torment, imprisonment, sexual pain… Just a typical John Savage novel. This book is a sequel to "School for Torture."