Catherine’s firm handles data analysis for the US government. Her success depends on her feminine wiles: her beauty, her cunning, and her ability to read men. She knows how to get them to do what she wants, at least until she meets Jason. He was supposed to be her firm’s new accountant. He was supposed to rubber-stamp their records. Only he actually does his job. And he does it well.
Jason quickly discovers that Catherine has been defrauding the government. Now he has a choice to make. He could simply leverage this information for some money. Catherine is quite wealthy, after all. Only he decides he wants something else.
The next time he walks into her office, Jason shuts the door and demands her obedience. He explains that he has irrefutable proof of her fraud. Cornered, Catherine tries not negotiate, but she doesn’t have anything to offer. So he takes what he wants.
He starts calling her Cathy to denote her new position beneath him. She’ll be down on her hands and knees. She’ll service him with her mouth. She’ll even wear a collar to work, all because Jason intends to become her new boss. With each passing day, he demands more from her. He takes her dignity, as well as her business. At first, he just wants ten percent of her company, then twenty, and thirty.
Finally, Jason demands all of her company. He orders her to handover complete ownership. And to make the transition easier for her employees, Jason has Cathy show up in a collar. He strips her naked, puts her on display, and allows his new employees to spank their former boss for every time she insulted them.
When he’s done, Cathy’s business will belong to Jason. She’ll belong to him too as his secretary, as his slave.
Publisher’s Note: Under New Management is a 22,000 word book that contains explicit content which some readers may find objectionable. Explicit themes include: public humiliation, public nudity, public spanking, male domination, blackmail, and bondage. All characters are over the age of 18.
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