Excerpt: Best Bondage Erotica 2011

In December 2010, I had a story published in Best Bondage Erotica 2011, edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel. The story I wrote, “Sealed for Freshness,” was inspired by my friend Claire. I’d asked my Twitter followers for some ideas for an S&M story I was writing, and Claire suggested Saran-wrap bondage. Her suggestion reminded me of a scene I’d witnessed at a fetish party a year or so earlier, where a dominatrix had bound her submissive in plastic wrap and left him against a pole with a sign that told others to tickle him. With that in mind, I sat down and wrote. And I couldn’t resist naming my story’s lead character after Claire, as a weird thank-you for the inspiration. Below is an excerpt from the story:

With Mitchell encased practically from head to toe, I put away the plastic wrap and then circled his body, taking in his appearance from every angle. I had him trapped in layer upon layer of strong plastic film, but I could still make out his body’s natural lines and curves through the thin sheets. It excited me immensely, and I paused long enough to rub my cunt through my leather, just to take the edge off. Then it was time to play.

Walking across the room, I picked up my favorite flogger and a red ball-gag. “Come here,” I ordered, my voice stern but my eyes, I’m certain, giving away my amusement at his predicament. Mitchell blanched at the command, but he had no choice, and so he attempted to obey, his feet wiggling and toes reaching as he tried to cross the room. The task was nearly impossible—-we both knew it—-but like any good submissive, he did his bet, and he’d traveled almost a full yard before I ordered him to stop wasting my time with his snail-like pace and went to meet him instead.

My flogger in one hand, I traced the other over Mitchell’s body, running it along his ass and over his cock, which was becoming erect and pushing against its plastic prison. I grinned and imagined just how hard his cock would become once I started his punishment—-and how hard it would strain to break through the plastic. Mmm, I thought, this will be fun!

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