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Mistress Helena’s Rules

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Question: With money no object, what can Denise buy for Patrick, her submissive husband with a long held abduction fantasy?

Answer: a stay at The House of Domination to where she has him “abducted” and in which he comes awake in a medicated haze to discover he’s naked and locked in a cell with no idea where on earth he is or how he came to be there.

For “The House of Domination”, is an establishment owned by the upmarket dominatrix Mistress Helena for the purpose of allowing wealthy owners to have their submissives receive advanced slave training and be – when considered worthy – officially collared.

The formidable Helena is aided in the maintenance of its strict disciplinary regime by her deputy, Sylvie, and both women are served hand and foot by their devoted personal slave, Christopher.

For the befuddled husband who had considered himself a hardcore masochist, his stay at the establishment will reveal just how little he knew of his own limits and, by the time he is considered ripe to be collared, he is desperately missing the wife and mistress he is about to be collared for.

Which is when he has the eureka moment that will change everything!

 

Writer

Alex Jordaine

Words

24000

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