Female Domination - Short Stories: Vol I is the first short story anthology from erotic author Constance Pennington Smythe. This work contains six short stories of chastity, cuckolding, giantesses, and more; all with the themes of Female Domination and male submission.
"Cuckold Date": A hapless husband prepares his wife for her date.
"Matriarch's Birthday": The Dominant's Guild celebration of the Matriarch's birthday hosts a very unique slave game.
"Performance Art": A Dominant Female patron of the arts creates an unusual art exhibit, and the male art critic who comes to visit...?
"Mini Men - Lesbian Village": A misogynist research pair run afoul of their female scientist boss, and get themselves into a little trouble.
"Locked Away": Three suburban housewives elect to start a new social club, with a sinister purpose for their husbands.
"A Visit to Smythe Stables": Miss Caroline's graduating class visit the stables, to learn the proper care of the submissive male.
Abridged: The audiobook contains the entire content of all the short stories.
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Not my cup of tea
Would you try another book from Constance Pennington Smythe and/or Miss Erica Kent?
No I don't think so. Every story had the basic premise that the female despised the male submissive and had only contempt for them. The males only emotion was one of fear. There was no affection and definitely no love.
If you’ve listened to books by Constance Pennington Smythe before, how does this one compare?
This is the first of her books I've listened to.
How could the performance have been better?
The narrator's pacing was hard for me to get comfortable with. The whiny voice for all the submissives was irritating.
Any additional comments?
If your kink is having the female loathe the male then you will probably like the book. If it is more toward the female and male having some affection for each other you will not like the book.
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- Larry Goodall
Stab me in the eye
the voice is enought to make you quit listening. could not stand to hear the narrator more than the first chapter