Three works of female-led fiction and domination open with the text edition of Malkin Jamali’s “A Malkin is Born”, as a devout and god-fearing Indian widow on the south coast of England is given the opportunity to realise her most fervent sexual fantasy. This when a close female friend from the Temple in which they worship describes a way to have what she wants without making a funeral pyre of her most cherished religious beliefs and shows her just what is possible with the right approach. An approach involving low animal cunning, manipulation, and a rigorous and iron-willed approach to bringing her most cherished dream to fruition. A cherished dream she is certain will not be regarded so favourably by the down-on-his luck Englishman who is about to become the target of that cunning and iron-willed manipulation. Next, we have Spencer Haskell’s “Ms Hasekura” and his description of how a soon to be divorced waster husband with heavy gambling debts is offered a lifeline by his much detested Japanese neighbour. A lifeline that will prove more of a life-sentence as he takes on the role of her domestic chattel… Not to mention becoming her sexual servant. Finally, Maurice Huysman brings us "She Was Evil", his female-led homage to the late Sax Rohmer where a pitiless and immoral Chinese genius and his sexually perverse and dominant daughter conspire to put the world under their control. All that stands between them is an intrepid and righteous French Commissioner and the equally dogged and courageous doctor who aids him. The problem being that the sexually perverse Chinese daughter has not only made herself irresistible to that righteous commissioner but totally cowed! Believable and erotic, fantasy-led fiction for the devotee of the commanding women of the East.
- Publication Date
- Oct 13, 2020
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- By (author): Malkin Jamali, By (author): Spencer Haskell, By (author): Maurice Huysman