A scintillatingly erotic story of dominance, submission, and cuckoldry.
Tom and Lisa love their life, their marriage, and each other. They have found happiness with one another, and with Tom's submission to Lisa. There's just one thing missing, they both want Lisa to have another man in her life. They find that man in Mike, but as Mike and Lisa's love grows will Tom still have a place in her heart and in her life? Does loving Mike mean she will love Tom less, or will it be a different kind of love?
This is a story that delves into the many, and sometimes conflicting emotions that a cuckolded man experiences. It provides a glimpse into the heart of Tom as his love, submission, and fear of losing Lisa grow. Tom must find the strength to not only trust Lisa to guard their relationship, but he must deal with his own inner demons as well.
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He becomes what he wants to be
It broadened my understanding of the conflicting emotions a guy can have while being his wife's cuckold.
The final scene where he joins his wife at her lover's place and takes the role as their sissy slave maid.
His voice conveys the conflicting emotions of the main character, Tom.
I wanted to hear it one sitting because the main character became more immersed in his role as a cuckold.
Tom has conflicting feelings about not being his wife's "man". He wants her to have sex with Mike, but he hates it. In one scene, she catches him rolling his eyes. She gives him a series of punishments and makes him write his declaration of love to her. In the final scene, Lisa coaches Tom with this admonition: "you need to be my slave, to turn your pain into love".
The story reveals the conflicting emotions the main character is feeling. Readers might initially feel either sorry or angry at him but in the end they'll come to understand his position.
One arousing hot read into the depths of femdom!
- dave94015 "I'm open to most things"
well-written story, reader not so much
- Paul Badger