One of the most frank and devastatingly accurate accounts of what it takes to become a 'real life' submissive. No whips, no chains, no fanciful descriptions of pain or suffering. In this character-driven story of sophmore Elaine, we find ourselves lost in the beauty and simplicity of college life. A life full of innocence and promise, of questions and doubt and discovery. Through Elaine, we hitch a ride into the unknown. Sir Nathan presents his final triumph, Culture Shock. Two years in the making, this work of Nathan's is remarkable in its depth and scope, completely outlining the meanings and reasons behind BDSM, explaining the concepts and motivations at work, and all the while spinning a story of epic proportions around a simple meeting of two minds. Told in Sir Nathan's romantic style, Culture Shock gives you all the answers to the questions you haven't even considered yet. It shares your frustrations, your doubts, and your fears. It will make you cry. It will make you gasp in delight. It will make you hold your breath and wish it would never end. If you want to know what you should know, if you want to know what you should ask, and if you want to know what you should expect, then Culture Shock is for you. Sir Nathan insists on a small but significant spoiler. This story is about what it takes to get to the point of meeting with someone, safely, sanely and consensually, and 'not' about what happens afterwards. He also makes no apology for the incredible, cliff-hanger ending. "The entire story was written to make the reader 'think'. That’s why it ends as it does." Lose yourself in Culture Shock. And you just might find yourself.
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Published September 24, 2006
by Burping Frog Publishing.
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.