Maid To Serve

1. July 1940
I became Mrs Johnny Dash in May 1940.

It was at a party in London that I had first met Johnny and I had spied him across the room immediately. Continue reading

Birthday Boy

Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday to you,
Happy birthday dear Ross,
Happy birthday to you…Birthday Boy!

01: Just another Saturday night.Ross hung his head, his heart was pounding and an overwhelming sick feeling threatened to swamp his stomach. Naked, gagged and huddled on the floor in the corner of his own bedroom with his hands handcuffed behind his back, Ross couldn’t believe this was happening! He couldn’t believe that his wife, Debra was doing this diabolical thing to him! Continue reading

Addicted to Sally


The last few months had not been pleasant for either Sally or Clive – their marriage was disintegrating quickly – nowadays, they hardly spoke nicely to each other anymore.

They were cordial but that was unpleasant compared to how affectionate they had been in the early days of their marriage. Continue reading

Personal Assistant

Memo 01. Another Day at the Office.

Every time he heard voices outside the door, he felt panic rise in his throat.

What if it wasn’t her? What if someone else walked into his office and found him in this humiliating position?
Kneeling by his desk, actually tethered to it by his military striped tie in such a way that his cheek was pressed against the leg. With his trousers and underwear down around his ankles, he was in a very humiliating position. Anyone walking in would assume he had tied himself and was involved in some kinky practice. Continue reading


On Saturday morning before leaving for shopping, Virginia informed Henry that the fulfilment of the second addendum would occur that evening.

Immediately, Henry was happy. To be able to achieve orgasm after such a long time of intense sexual frustration was a relief, no matter what it had cost him in terms of the extended contract period and the ten strokes of the cane. Continue reading


‘Darling,’ I asked nervously, ‘darling…’

My wife lifted her head from the magazine and peered at me over the rim of her glasses.

‘Yes, darling?’ Continue reading

Goddess Carly

1. Up On The Roof.
Carly and I had been married for two years when I fell off the roof.

Two years, and every moment of our marriage had been great, even though I had been hesitant about settling down. Carly took my eye the moment I first saw her – tall, blonde, lithe and sexy with green flashing eyes, she was a great catch. Continue reading

Both Sides Now

But now old friends are acting strange
They shake their heads,
they say I’ve changed
Well something’s lost, but something’s gained
In living every day
I’ve looked at life from both sides now
From win and lose and still somehow
It’s life’s illusions I recall
I really don’t know life at all
Joni Mitchell Copyright © 1969; Siquomb Publishing Company

1. Block the Sun.
But now they only block the sun,
they rain and snow on everyone.
So many things I would have done
but clouds got in my way

The first case of the Hames Virus was in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States and the name of that first victim was, of course, Albert Hames. Continue reading

A Matter of Trust

‘Marriage is,’ May said with a thin smile, ‘a matter of trust.’

Eyes flittering over her husband’s naked body as her thin smile broadened into a triumphant grin. Continue reading