Douglas and Chase are the two sons of Senator Robert Canvendish. They have known Mokengeli since they were little children: he was of the same age, and the son of an illegal imigrant from Congo their father was employing as gardener and handyman. During their childhood, they were best friends, share all their games and spent a great deal of their time together, but as puberty arrived their friendship became less close: the two brothers were now more interested by girls and by their white uperclass schoolmates. Nevertheless, when they were sent to an exclusive private school, they asked their father to pay for Mokengeli’s tuition fees, so he could learn a manual job and find a better postion later.
Then came the Great Black Revolution, during which Mokengeli’s father played his part by securing the arrest of Senator Cavendish, who later managed to escape abroad. He received all the Senator’s properties as a reward.
As children of an enemy of the Black Nation, Douglas and Chase should have been immediately castrated and sent to work to death in the mines, but just before it happened, Mokengeli asked his father to use His influence on the new public authorities to save the boys, which He did. They are now public slaves, and still registered for the mines, but on temporary lease to Mokengeli’s family.
So the three boys are reunited. Things have changed nevertheless: the two white boys were so enthusiastic to escape their fate they thought their enslavement would be just a cover, but they soon discovered their owners took their new role very seriously. They are kept naked, chained and collared and put to work on the plantation. State inspectors come regularly to check they are treated as strictly as required and given a convenient amount of hard labor. That’s not the pampered life they hoped for.
The situation is simpler to handle for Mokengeli: He is now able to fulfill all the secret fantasies He had for years about His two rich white friends, and He is more happy than ever. For Douglas and Chase, it has been more challenging to adapt to their new position and to Mokengeli increasingly voracious demands. Their asses and jaws are as sore from their intimate services to their young Master than their muscles are from their constant outdoor labor. However, they know any other master than Mokengeli would probably be as severe and demanding and they have to please Him in any way they can: as long as they will, they will not be sent to the mines and they will probably not be castrated.
Mokengeli likes to taunt by treating them in the most demeaning way and force them to cuddle and kiss together in front of Him before serving him. To stimulate their enthusiasm, He is not against introducing a bit of competition between the brothers by suggesting He might keep only the most devoted of them at His personal servant.