With “Kurt Steiner Presents…”, the author himself brings us two adventures in the female-led; opening with his latest work on the subject of the dominant Subcontinent female and concluding with his updating of a widely regarded femdom classic.
“White Slave in Hyderabad” describes one Englishman’s self-inflicted misadventures during his time working in the Indian State of Telangana and, more specifically, Hyderabad. This as his own bad choices place him firmly under the control of his younger neighbour, Shreya… And NOT as a lover!… A condition, his new Indian “Maalkin” explains, that is NOT something he will experience ever again… Except, that is, in a somewhat diminished and mostly one-way form.
With “Revisiting the Inferior”, Mr Steiner turns his attention to how a once successful crime-writer has his life turned upon his head by the young Indian woman he employs as a housekeeper for his Cornwall home. A less than beauteous young Indian housekeeper who has enlisted the help of an older mentor from her homeland to lead her employer into a growingly addictive domestic and physical dependency… A physical dependency based upon that same employer’s growing passion for her legs… As well as, and more crucially, her… FEET!
Two erotic and believable tales of self-deluding white-men who find themselves mentally, physically, and tactically outgunned by the dominant Indian women of the Subcontinent.
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