While her husband is away on business, the raven-haired beauty Bethany remains at home, lost in the depraved fantasy world of her increasingly submissive sexual desires. One night while in the throes of masturbation, she looks up to see, stepping from the shadows, a masked intruder with a knife and an enormous erection. Mesmerized by the prowler, her lust explodes and she finds herself submitting to his powerful seduction. When finished, the intruder takes her jewels, telling her he'll be back. Once the intruder is finally gone, the frightened Bethany feels compelled to call the police. Sent to investigate is detective Claire Wheeler, a bisexual dominant who uses her position of power to indulge her own sexual perversions. On meeting Bethany, Claire is determined to have the young wife at all costs. Unknown to both women, the mysterious assailant is Marcus Vine, a powerful and devious dominant who owns a high tech surveillance business he uses to spy on the lonely wives of wealthy men. The needy Bethany is a perfect target for both the seduction and the thievery he has planned. With Bethany enthralled by her assailant's large cock, and Claire enthralled with Bethany, the two embark on a scheme to ferret out the mystifying intruder. Believing they know the man's identity, they follow their target and watch as the suspect defiles another of his willing victims. Suddenly both women are so flushed with desire that Claire rushes Bethany home and takes command of the horny wife. But while Claire's need for Bethany intensifies, so does Bethany's fascination for the intruder and his amazing erection. Who will gain control of the nubile young wife? Marcus and his unique brand of sexual depravity, or Claire and her authoritative domination? Or is it possible that Bethany's husband will step in and fill her needs as he did when they first married. A suspenseful tale of love, lust and power, the story includes both the Male and Female domination.
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