The Truth About Marianne by Lizbeth Dusseau

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Marianne's carefully fabricated life begins to crumble, when memories from her decadent past suddenly trigger a sexual obsession she cannot shake. As she recalls her days as a submissive to two Dominant men, her respectable life as the wife of a University professor is soon filled with hours masturbating to memories of the bondage, punishment and sex she endured as a naïve and willing submissive. That was ten years ago, half a world away. She has a new country now, and a new name, and damning secrets she doesn’t dare make known. Unable to hide her obsession from her husband, Thomas, she finally confesses—at least half the truth. Not knowing how to handle his wife's sexual fixation, Thomas takes her to see his colleague, Friedrich Max—an expert on unusual sexual practices.

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Published September 27, 2006 by Pink Flamingo Publications. 172 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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