SWITCH: A TALE OF SPANKING, BDSM, AND ROMANCE

Twenty-one-year-old Felicia Rose Culbertson is a college student working part-time as a professional Dominatrix. Though she maintains a marked degree of emotional distance from her customers, she’s dedicated to doing a good job always and her clients keep coming back. She came to the profession with the advice and assistance of an older, more experienced Dominatrix, originally hoping to use it as a means of coping and coming to terms with an extremely traumatic and humiliating event she experienced when she was only eighteen and a senior in high school: she had been intimidated by a coach to consent to a disciplinary paddling from her school principal. The resulting media attention, both social and otherwise, has resulted in her community almost totally ostracizing her. Though she’s left for the big city and feels she can never go home again, she’s a confident Dominatrix three years later–but her feeling of satisfaction with the profession is only transitory. She still suffers from anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, and feels as if she’s missing out on something she may be afraid to admit, even to herself…
Until one warm spring evening, when she accepts an “outcall” from a posh hotel not far from her apartment and she meets a “client” of the sort she never expected–much less than he ever expected to run into a girl like her. A bit of hilarity due to a practical joke and mistaken identity ensue, but as the evening progresses, Felicia discovers that not all males calling themselves Dominants are cut from the same cloth– not to mention realizing a few possibilities she’s been missing and an aspect of her personality she may never have quite accepted, until tonight…   

Published by ARDIE STALLARD: SPANKING STORIES

Ardie Stallard lives quietly, deep in the Appalachian Mountains where switches are still cut, bullwhips and horsewhips are plaited, and time spent either in the barn or behind it can get interesting, depending on whom you’re spending the time with.

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