Pet to the Kinky Billionaires (BDSM pet play erotica) [NOOK Book]

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Stacy's struggling to pay the bills. On a whim, she applies to a job from a seemingly reputable company to take men on walks around the office's private park. But when she gets there, she's ordered to strip off all her clothes and only allowed a dog collar as a covering. Her job is to be walked like a dog by one of the most important men in the country and play with him – and any other man who asks his permission – in any way he wants. Will Stacy make her new master happy?

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Pet to the Kinky Billionaires (BDSM pet play erotica)

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Overview

Stacy's struggling to pay the bills. On a whim, she applies to a job from a seemingly reputable company to take men on walks around the office's private park. But when she gets there, she's ordered to strip off all her clothes and only allowed a dog collar as a covering. Her job is to be walked like a dog by one of the most important men in the country and play with him – and any other man who asks his permission – in any way he wants. Will Stacy make her new master happy?

Warning! This 3,500 word short story contains explicit adult language, a sexy young woman being collared and walked naked like a dog for the enjoyment of important men, oral sex, tit fucking, pearl necklaces and semi-public sex in a private park.

Excerpt:

I give my name at the office, surreptitiously trying to triple-check my make-up in the mirror behind the reception desk, and get told to take a seat. It's not long before a young man with a strong nose and pale blue eyes heads over to me.

"Stacy, right?" he says, offering me a hand. "I'm John and I'll be handling your induction today. Come with me."

He leads me to a sterile looking room with tables that look like they'd be more appropriate in a masseuse’s office than a technology corporation's. I rip my eyes from the brushed steel drawers that line the walls as he takes out a clipboard.

"Non-disclosure agreement," he says as he passes it to me. "If you don't feel like you can sign it for whatever reason then we won't be able to continue here today."

I scan it over, but the legalese makes my head spin. I get the impression that if I utter a word about what happens during my walks here at the company then I will be sued by an army of top-notch lawyers. Yeah, I'll be keeping my mouth shut. I squiggle my name at the bottom, date it and pass it over.

"Now can I hear about the job?" I ask, leaning back in my chair. "Seems like a lot of hoops to go through just to keep some men company during their lunch breaks."

John's smile strains a little.

"There's, uh, a reason for that," he says, struggling to meet my eyes. "Is that what the advert said? Well, I guess there isn't much more it could say, legally speaking..."

That's alarming. "Oh god, have I signed up to be turned into a robot-human crossbreed?"

"You haven't signed up to anything yet," he reminds me. "And you can leave at any point before your assignment begins. But no, we're not trying to manufacture androids here - at least, not that I've been told. But our advert might have been a little, um, light on the details."

He looks at me nervously. I drum my fingers impatiently, staring him down.

"You going to tell me what these details are?"

"I'm trying!" he protests. "Firstly, yes, you will be keeping one of our most important men entertained during a one hour walk of the company's private park. This park has excellent security, you won't need to worry about any nosy passers-by or the press getting a glimpse of what's going on."

"And we can't have that," I say, dryly. "I mean, photos of people walking in a park? How scandalous!"

"Yeah, that would be where the additional details come in.” He's not even trying to meet my eyes now. “These are important men with, uh, rather refined tastes. They'll want you to be naked as you walk with them."

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016582146
  • Publisher: Felicity Bree
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 519,953
  • File size: 124 KB

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