Learning Her Place is a 24,000 word story about Jane, a woman who starts out as the owner of a major technology company and ends up crawling on all fours, leashed, and trained to serve her new owner.
Unlike many other business owners, Jane has no problem firing employees. Whether she wants to cut costs or because of their incompetence, she has no problem tossing people out. So when Nick skips his assigned projects and seems to shirk is duties, Jane heads straight to his office, ready to terminate his contract.
It should be easy, except Nick has a plan. He lets her saunter into his office, all high and mighty and very much convinced of her own superiority. But the second she turns her back on him, Nick leaps up and wraps something about her neck. It fastens with a beep. Thinking this is some sort of prank, Jane tries to pull it off. The second her fingers touch the collar, it shocks her. Nick won’t let her out until he’s convinced she’s thoroughly trained.
From now on, Jane is going to be his puppy dog. He will train her, feed her, and make sure she learns how to behave. That will entail learning to eagerly lick his crotch, beg for treats, do tricks, and obey her new master’s every single command.
Jane won’t be broken so easily. She thinks she can outwit Nick except for one thing. The collar responds to his commands and takes over. All it takes is a single word. If he says, “Override,” then she must obey. The collar seizes control of Jane’s nervous system, forcing her to do whatever he wants.
Little by little, he’ll have to use the collar less and less because Jane will become his obedient little doggie girl.
Publisher's Note: Learning Her Place is a 24,000 word novella and contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. Adult and BDSM themes include: puppy play, dubious consent, public humiliation, orgasm denial, bondage, and other forms of punishment.
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Published October 19, 2012
by Pink Leash Publishing.
Erotica, Literature & Fiction.