Female Submission: The Journals of Madelaine

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Citadel Press, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 225 pages
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Legendary dominatrix Claudia Varrin draws on the journals she wrote as "Madelaine" to create an unparalleled record of what it is actually like to be a female submissive. Beginning with Madelaine's first meeting in New York with a German man she initially thinks is going to be her master, her journals trace a path through her training at his Lodge in Susingham, the bitter disappointment when she realises that this is not the master for her and her fortuitous discovery of a man much more suited to her tastes in an SM nightclub - a British master she determines to make interested in her. The British master is all that Madelaine could have hoped for - extremely experienced, romantically sadistic, cruelly imaginative. Ruggedly handsome with long straight hair and green eyes that can caress, cajole or destroy with one look. Dressed a la the Marquis de Sade and with a swiftness and brutality of punishment reinforcing the impression. Detailed, vivid entries record Madelaine's increasingly wild experiences - private fantasy enactments, exciting public scenes in nightclubs and fun and fearful frolics at exclusive dungeon parties. As Madelaine explores her submissive nature more deeply, she begins to access the most hidden desires in her own mind and enter the downward spiral necessary to bare her soul and debase herself for the master whose base and sometimes savage desires she strives to make her own...

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About the author (2006)

Varrin, until recently a professional Mistress, writes both fiction and nonfiction books and articles that reflect her belief in the rewards of cosensual D&S sex.

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