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Sissy in the Woods - Forced Feminised Outdoors to Please his Dominant Mistress - cover

Sissy in the Woods - Forced Feminised Outdoors to Please his Dominant Mistress

Anonymous

Publisher: Hautbois Publishing

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Summary

If you go down to the woods today beware of a sissy surprise . . . 
 
Charlie Morris fantasies become a reality when he encounters a beautiful and mysterious woman in his local supermarket. Naturally dominant, he is immediately attracted to her and she begins his tuition in the art of submission in a local wood close to his place of work. He is slowly manipulated by his Mistress’s guile and superiority and soon Charlie finds himself in a position of slavery and submission to this powerful dominatrix that uses her seductive charms and some well-chosen blackmail to push him into panties and become her outdoor sissy slave. But where will this lead, will his Mistress fully enslave him and make him hers or does she have other plans for him? Read ‘Sissy in the Woods’ to find out the fate of this forced feminised sissy slave.

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