In the 1950s, the 16 numbered pictures of Gregor's newlywed narrative were sold by mail order by Gargoyle Sales Corporation of New York City. That story and the prose that describes it are known worldwide as Bizarre Honeymoon, Day One.
In Bizarre Honeymoon, a glamorous hedonist marries an innocent man and uses him to satisfy her lascivious whims. She and her pretty sister change
into many corsets and high-heeled shoes and boots. They wield assorted coordinating accessories to punctuate training of the newly-wed husband and
The new ladies of the manor captivate resident males with a dark enchantment. The men surrender to the allure and authority of the exquisite sirens who deign to reign over the once-peaceful household.
The Kissing Couch is sequel to that story and begins with a synopsis of Bizarre Honeymoon. With precise detail, Mr. Sinerker designs scenes that show the diabolic rule of Sada over her submissive husband, Malcolm. The author's
articulate descriptions tour the sensuality of fetish ritual and multi-level anguish of devious discipline. His writing probes thoughts and feelings of characters with intimacy, exposing circumstances from multiple viewpoints.
Sada demands that he worship her splendid body, from head to toes. She explains that she will punish him for disobedience, but will use and abuse him for exotic amusement whenever she's so inclined.
Initially, Malcolm experiences Sada's enforced demands for boot and shoe worship as debasing indignity. Later, he confesses his preference for her feet. In the heart of her feverish spouse, Sada develops an appetite for foot kissing, and uses access to her precious feet as a reward for his public submission. His stiff response to toe appreciation exercises confirms his fetishist proclivities. When Wanda coaxes him into wearing thigh-high boots with six-inch heels for his definitive punishment, his measurable arousal surprises everyone.
In one sequence, Malcolm helps his wife dress for a date. When Sada returns home, she demands a clean-up. When he hesitates, she paddles him while he kisses his sister-in-law's fragrant feet in high-heeled slippers.
Langdon admits that he enjoys being dominated and asks Wanda to marry him. To prove his submissiveness, he agrees to be her whipping boy when big Gunter visits her boudoir. She uses Langdon's discipline as foreplay for herself, and encourages the most of Gunter by having him sniff her heels.
With Wanda's guidance, Bobby gets in touch with his feminine side and begins transformation.
When the kissing couch — a gift from Malcolm's mother-in-law — is delivered, Wanda and Langdon take it for a test drive. While he silently expresses adoration of his dear Wanda, she's on the phone with Gunter, praising his impressive assets.
Readers who appreciate the dramatic power of Gregor's art and enjoy narratives that include dominant women, fetishism, masochism, forced femininity, humiliation, teasing and denial will enjoy this novel. The author has created diabolical hedonists who use beauty and charm to obtain pleasure — sadistic and conventional — from the men with whom they live. Many scenes show men being whipped, spanked or deviously humiliated. The sexy divas demand body worship, which often includes feet and toes, but they frequently demand footwear rituals as well.
Rolf Sinerker is the author of Kinks and Riding the Road of Lust. His short stories appeared in Leg Show magazine.
His professional manuscript continues Gregor's premise and further defines his characters, both powerful and weak. This vivid and articulate prose integrates domination and fetish elements, and gives femdom fiction fans passages they will visit often. At 70,000 words, the novel is twice the size of typical Bizarre Books.
An accomplished commercial artist, LeMarco created illustrations of 12 scenes. Tasty fetish features and action details of these dynamic drawings are repeated, enlarged, on separate pages. The ebook shows his narrative art on more than 80 pages.
A second optimized ebook presents only LeMarco's illustrations on 80+ pages.
Illustrations depict scenarios from the novel and grand female figures of the mean women in control. As possible, graphic elements are placed near prose that describe them, but not every scene has been illustrated.
This unique, original product was conceived and executed for a special audience — those who enjoy erotic fiction about women in corsets and high heels who use men for diabolical entertainment.
In the words of Mr. Sinerker, "I worked to craft femdom fiction Leonard Burtman would want to read."