Femdom Cave

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Frocks or Fetters

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The Journals, discovered in the secluded old Edwardian house in the English countryside by its new owners, would turn out to be a financial lifeline of the literary for the two women struggling with the economic reality of life in the UK of 2017.
Even if the journal’s contents were of a kind that turned their stomach.
Sam Beattie was the writer they chose to tidy, sort and edit the journals before publication and what you are about to read is the nigh on unbelievable tale of an Australian visitor to the UK who falls in love with a physically powerful woman.
A physically powerful and sexually warped woman who not only marries him but ensures he becomes a fettered and obedient servant in the secluded home he thought would be marital heaven.
An obedient and fettered chattel of the most emasculated kind whose servitude would span the seventies, the eighties, and the nineties.

Author
Sam Beattie
No. of Words
78000

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