A Dream of Ropes and Chains by JJ Argus
(Modern Erotic Library)

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Alex was shy and uncomfortable around people. Her sex drive, however, was very high, and so she had a very active sex life, if only with herself. No one at work could have imagined the number of sex toys she had, or the wild fantasy life she led. Those fantasies were fed by the internet, and as she delved into darker fantasies, they began to focus on submission and bondage. Alex imagined herself as a sex slave, imagined herself as a sex toy, as a helpless, abused sexual prisoner. And when an attractive neighbor moved in next door she finally found a way to bring those fantasies to life. Matt was almost everything she could have wanted in a man, except for a reluctance to hurt pretty girls. But Alex was sure she could make him hard in more ways than one. Taunting and teasing worked to some degree, but it was the fire and heat in her eyes and the writhing cries of pleasure which brought Matt over. Hurting girls wasn't his thing, but giving them pleasure certainly was. And if treating Alex like a sex slave gave her so much pleasure she almost lost her mind, then he would explore his own dark side. Whether that shocked her or not.

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Walravens' Studium der Ostasienwissenschaften und der Ethnologie in Köln und Bonn hatte nachhaltige Folgen: Während andere segeln oder Krimis lesen, forscht und schreibt er über die Kulturgeschichte der Qing-Zeit in China, mandschurische Literatur, den großen Erforscher Japans, Philipp Franz von Siebold, das ostasiatische Druckwesen und die Herrnhuter Mission in Tibet.Die bibliothekarische Laufbahn war geradlinig: zunächst Fachreferent für Sozialwissenschaften an der Bibliothek der jetzigen Helmut-Schmidt-Universität in Hamburg, dann von 1986 bis 2009 Leiter der Abteilung Überregionale Bibliographische Dienste der Berliner Staatsbibliothek.
Published December 28, 2012 108 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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