Collared & Leashed The unsuspecting subordinate male, Willie, is talked into playing a cuddly canine at a party, entertainment for a girl allergic to the real thing. Little does he know how far Lenore, who hires him for the role, and her Female Dominant friend Nancy will go to see him turned into their new 'pet'. A mask... body paint... collar and leash... testicles swinging freely, this is no mere doggy outfit! It's not long before Willie becomes an outright toy for the amusement of women with indifference and explicit disdain for the male gender. Yes, 'Willie' the human dog is forced to serve in his special costume as he is walked, disciplined and house broken for the sadistic pleasure of women who enjoy the company of the male ... but, of course, only when properly bound. Coerced into this unusual and extreme form of bondage, Willie's faces a dog's life serving as companion and show dog for the Dominant female. Forced chastity, CBT, exhibitionism, torture, castration, extreme psychological control, and unsurpassed humiliation aid in his decent into a world he could never have dreamed up himself. As with all Chris Bellows' stories, lurid acts of female dominance are entwined in a thoughtful, well written story. Great entertainment for the lover of Female Dominant erotica with most unusual twists. Becoming Miss Ashley's Pet, A D/s Divorce Charles Barrington, an ambitious attorney, plots to extract millions from a wealthy young woman. He is bright, yet too impatient to labor in impoverishment while the answer to his quest for financial comfort appears to lie with a client of his firm, Ashley Duval, the heiress to a huge fortune. Barrington romances her and seeks courtship solely for money, eventually marrying the lovely young woman. But unbeknownst Charles, Ms. Duval stays one step ahead of his scheming plot. This seemingly innocent heiress has certain genetic inclinations that cause her to strive for the subjugation of the male.
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