Puppy Girl by Sara Tyr

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Cale Smith is a graduate student who has developed a new training method. After years of studying psychology and conditioning, he has learned how to instill obedience in the most resistent of subjects. With his techniques, he is convinced he can train any human to obey his every command. Now all he needs is a new test subject. In Puppy Girl, a 23,000 word novella, one sexy girl will learn what it means to be an obedient puppy.

Rose has a problem. Her roommate, Alyssa, keeps flirting with her boyfriend. Since she happens to be friends with Cale and knows about his search for a research candidate, she volunteers Alyssa. She is beautiful, willful, and used to getting what she wants from guys whenever she bats her eyes. She’ll be the perfect test subject.

So when Alyssa returns to her dorm room, she is grabbed from behind. Someone takes her hands and binds them behind her back. Alyssa tries to cry out for help, but a damp cloth is slipped over her mouth, she inhales again, and soon passes out.

Feeling groggy and disoriented, Alyssa wakes up to her new life. Cale has her strapped down as he tells her all about what’s going to happen. First, he’s going to strip her of her clothes, then he’s going to collar and leash her. She is going to be his puppy from now on. Over the next few days, she is forced to eat and drink from doggie bowls, she crawls at his feet, and he teaches her tricks, each one more demeaning than the last.

And in exchange for being her new owner, Cale teaches her to please her new owner. She lifts her haunches on command so he can play with her naughty parts. At first, Alyssa tries to resist. She is used to being in control of her life and doesn’t take to the leash, but Cale knows what he’s doing and will have her trained.

It won’t be long before Cale’s puppy girl is brought to heel.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. BDSM themes include: puppy play, spanking, dubious consent, exhibitionism, orgasm denial, bondage, humiliation, behavioral modification, hypnosis, teasing, and other forms of punishment.
 

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Published December 16, 2011 by Red Tail Publishing. 64 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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