A Marriage Agreement Part 11

Finally Cathy allowed Tom to lay by the bed and rest. His ass was still burning, so he opted to lay on his side rather than his back. He slept very little before feeling someone nudging him in the side. He looked up to see Cathy standing over him, ha

A Marriage Agreement Part 10

Cathy instructed Tom to go in the kitchen and find him something for dinner as she was going out to eat in a few minutes. If he was not hungry, she could get him started on some chores she added. Tom made his way to the refrigerator and found some ch

The New Master

The New Master
By AbbieNormal

If you’d have told me 5 years ago that I would be a submissive in a D/s relationship, I’d have laughed. Now, two years into such a relationship, the thought of how much I’d learned…about the lifestyle and m

A Marriage agreement Part 9

Tom saw that it was almost five p.m. and time to wrap it up for the weekend. As he was putting things away and straitening up his desk, a couple of men came by to ask if he was going to the local bar on his way home. Tom caught himself before he answ

A Marriage Agreement Part 8

It was almost noon when Cathy finished her errands. She stopped and had a nice lunch and went over her list again to assure herself that nothing was forgotten before heading home. Once at home, she lay out the items on the bed to admire her quickly a

A Marriage Agreement Part 7

Tom must have fell asleep for a little while as he did not hear his wife come back into the bedroom. When she turned on the lights is when he was awoken. She stood at the foot of the bed, hands on hips, and told Tom she was ready to continue. Cathy r

A Marriage Agreement Part 6

Tom hated to go to work today. He knew he had to tell Ellen by noon of his decision. He would simply tell her that his wife meant more to him than he let on. There was no reason to go into details as to what had happened between Cathy and himself. He

A Marriage Agreement Part 6

Tom hated to go to work today. He knew he had to tell Ellen by noon of his decision. He would simply tell her that his wife meant more to him than he let on. There was no reason to go into details as to what had happened between Cathy and himself. He