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After receiving news from the counsel implying they may know about her secret affair with her body guard, Empress Daniela tries to withhold the information from him, but when things get hot and steamy, she spills the beans.
By Tom Oldman
Sometimes, a good thing happens...
By Dimitra Ekmektsis
The must-have sequel to The 1% (Men Can's Cry #1)
Dominatrix Lady Crescent takes a leave of absence from her place of
employment in Zurich, at Maison de Sade, and journeys to Greece. But she
never travels without the tools of her trade and among her effects are
silken cords, ball-gags, cat...
By Dimitra Ekmektsis
The story of ultimate male submission, enforced by a Dominant woman.
The author Dimitra Ekmektsis introduces us to Maison de Sade, as she brings the luxurious dungeon in Switzerland to life. Madame Diamond teaches Dimitra how to be a real dominatrix, and soon she trains men to serve as...
I've decided to give each of my characters from every story a chance to say something in 500 words or less. Read to find out!
Novel | Updated Mar 15, 2013 | Reads: 8 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Milton Galfas
Vinnie illustrates how a young man is introduced into the world of heroin addiction. The story is set in New Jersey and New York City in the 1970s.
By Scarlett Savage
Itâ€™s the present-day America, but in which all narcotics were legalized fifteen years ago with the advent of the Freedman Bill (called the Legalization). While there is finally plenty of money to pay the police, teachers, and other public workers, and no one in the country is without...
Fifty shades of BLACK is life in the real streets of London
Real life account of what life is like
Short Story | Updated Jul 13, 2012 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Although not too many couples last fifty years
there is a few, and Iâ€™m fascinated at how nice
it is to be in their presence. This poem is a little
salute to them, and I wish that their â€œloving
Formulaâ€ could be bottled and shipped the world over.
Poetry | Updated Oct 4, 2008 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 3
A story in progress, I want to make this into a book someday, still needs alot of work a revision. It is about a young mans life craashing down around him all the while trying to find his fathers killer (later on in the story)