Time for Retribution
It was the finest luxury ship of Mother Russia. The SMS Cormoran left Perth, Australia, bound for Bombay, India in 1915. A crew of sixteen catered to the ten eccentric passengers of royalty and wealth.
The passengers every desire and pleasure was to be had for a price and the ship’s crew had no option but to accept their fate and take the monies that captain had negotiated. It was a long cruise, but in the first days of the voyage, the depravities exceeded expectations. Bound submission was expected and innocence was the first casualty of depravity.
A storm came out of nowhere and began to destroy the ship. Most of the passengers and crew escaped to a small deserted island, not on the charts. The ship was off course and far from the shipping lanes.
On the island, the crew revolted against the officers and the passengers. The crew had reached the point of no return. The tides were turned and the passengers soon found out what it was like to be serving the lust of the crew, male and female alike. Will the passengers submit or will they suffer the consequences of resistance?
Powerone brings you the vivid dichotomy of what the passengers desired when the ship set sail and what they ended up getting after the crew took what they desired in retribution. No passenger was considered innocent, no matter what their relationship was.