In Your Place, Mister (A dark work of female dominance, male humiliation and submission)

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Dinah Marshal has a problem: she is married to a man she doesn’t want, and wants a man she cannot have. Her husband, David, follows her every lead, but is powerless to affect her in the bedroom. Her ex-lover, Gunter, seems unaware of her existence, but is the only man who makes her heart race. When his mysterious note invites her and David to the season’s naughtiest party, Dinah resolves to do whatever it takes to win back Gunter’s affection, even if it means temporarily surrendering her role as queen of her household. David is thrilled, but what Dinah doesn’t realize is that Gunter also wants someone he cannot have — a forbidden woman he sees reflected in Dinah’s domination of her husband — and that her submission is not at all what he had in mind. Can Dinah give up the power she holds over her husband and still be true to her own domineering nature? Will she find the primordial woman inside herself that Gunter has already seen? And can she figure out a way to satisfy herself while keeping each man in his place?


In plain English, this 14196-word story is about a domineering woman who intends to cuckold her husband. She gets more than she bargains for when her ex-lover refuses to see her unless she complies with a humiliating demand, but in the end, she finds a way to come out on top. In psychobabble, this story is an exploration of the roots of male shame via a portrayal of the femme fatale archetype. It contains scenes of an explicit and highly mature nature, and vanilla readers may find the content objectionable. All characters are over the age of eighteen, have no genetic relationship, and participate in the events of the story of their own free will.

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