Truly Owned by Alicia Dahl
(A Puppy Play Story)

No critic rating

Waiting for minimum critic reviews


Men need discipline. They need to understand that women deserve to be in charge. Truly Owned is the 16,000 word story of Mark, a young man who will be punished and trained. He might start out with the silly notion that he can command a woman, yet before long, he’ll learn his place.

Katherine has decided she wants a pet. More specifically, she wants to find a man and turn him into her private plaything. He will crawl. He will fetch. He will follow any command. And if he refuses, she will punish him. After meeting Mark, Katherine becomes convinced that she has found the perfect male to satisfy her desires.

During their first meeting, she collars and humiliates him. She makes him strip and obey her every whim. He services her in the hopes of a reward. Before long, he learns to call her Mistress. At their second meeting, she renames him. He is going to be her puppy dog. He can squirm or resist all he likes, but in the end, she is going to have herself an obedient pet.

With each meeting, she takes a little more. She teaches him to comply without a second thought. Whether he is answering to his new name, chasing a ball, or licking at her feet with the hope of receiving a reward, Mark will learn how to submit himself totally. When they begin, he might be an independent man with his own thoughts about how a woman should behave. When Katherine is done with him, he will be a completely new man.

In fact, it won’t be long before he thinks of himself as her property.

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

About Alicia Dahl

See more books from this Author
Published August 16, 2012 by Pink Leash Publishing. 42 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

Rate this book!

Add Review