Today I'm sharing an excerpt from my free ebook- "Joelle's Chaotic Collection of Screwing." This is an experimental short story, written in the 1st person, using you/I as characters. It is male/female BDSM.
Crouched in the fetal position in the corner, I am lighted by the full moon’s rays streaming in from the nearby window.
I see you darkly moving through the oppressive air towards me, my mind illuminating those parts of your glorious body I most treasure, most desire.
At first, as you come into my view, my heart skips a beat. You appear to be Jay, my beautiful first love. Oh, but you are not. You are here and you are perfect. You are not the imperfect Jay.
My body comes alive again as we make eye contact. I am yours now and await your command, my sweetest Master.
You beckon me with your softly gesturing hand. You expect my prompt obedience and deserve it.
I crawl desperately on burning knees across torturous carpet to arrive in front of you.
My conscious wishing I attempt to stop because you do not desire my wishing.
Your voice becomes the only important sound that I am almost impatiently waiting to hear. Your voice controls me.
But you sense this and do not give me my way.
You grab my chin and force me to look into your eyes. You hold my chin securely with your strong hand and my eyes with your strong eyes that I may not look away.
I can feel my genitals quickly swelling and growing moist as you give me what I am afraid to need.
The moments pass in a slow drone as you force me to accept your silent will.
I fight your will, your will to show me what I really need.
Without breaking eye contract, you remove your hand from my chin and gently place your hand on my navel.
If you'd like to continue reading, you need to download the free ebook from Smashwords.
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