She Became the Helpless Pawn of Depraved Men!
When she went out on her own and took a job as a secretary, Fay Robinson, a young and inexperienced woman, failed to realize that there are criminals in our midst – people who would steal or rape or murder at the slightest provocation, people who have no respect whatsoever for human life.
Fay Robinson's bondage and degradation at the hands of people like these may have been avoided had she been forewarned about the dangerous elements in society and known their warning signs. But her innocence – and possibly the false picture of violence she and all of us receive through the entertainment media – made her reckless in her dealings with those who follow no code of morality.
Here is a novel of bondage, resistance, punishment and submission, written in the strong, explicit language of the 1960s – in which, as the original publishers said, "can be found an important message."