"I will tell you this much--the work we do here at the Hartly Institute is in the field of human sexual response. If you stay with us and serve as my assistant, you will be placing your sexuality entirely in my care. Your trust in me must be complete.
Your obedience unquestioning.
As I said before, I will protect you, no harm will come to you. I doubt the prison matron will do the same. So. Miss Dunne. What will it be? Will you stay with me, or shall I send you back on the train this evening?"
Grateful to have avoided prison, Caroline still has to learn to adjust to her new life. She doesn't get to decide what to wear--or if she'll get clothes at all. She's not even allowed to touch herself without permission...initially not a concern, but when Caroline can get no release, her need nearly overwhelms her.
About the Hartly Institute Series:
Each book can stand alone, but over all the story builds in intensity as Caroline becomes acclimated to her new environment.
This first installment features a slow build to physical yearning with exhibitionism and medical play.
Undressed for the Doctors is Book One of the Hartly Institute series, a short of about 8K words