Moving to Cornwall after the break up of his marriage, a philandering middle-aged writer finds himself manipulated into slavery by his devious young Indian housekeeper.
With the help of an older fellow countryman and Internet mentor, Anya Jalav begins burrowing under the defences of her aloof, superior, and disinterested, employer with the intention of becoming indispensable to both the smooth running of his household and the man himself.
So successful is she that, before too long -career in tatters and social life non-existent- Bernard Lambert finds he is drawn more and more to his facially unprepossessing servant with the equine features.
An interest that soon morphs into obsession as the scheming Anya casts aside her traditional Indian clothing and begins to dress in Western fashions; gradually revealing more of the superb –and unexpected- body previously hidden from him by her habitual sari.
That “Interest” one she uses to deepen her “Masters” obsession and lead him, slowly and inexorably, into a position of dependence on her.
A “Dependence” exerting such a hold upon him he realises -if he wishes to prevent her carrying out a threat to leave- he has no choice but to become:
Publication date: 29/05/2012
A writer becomes the servant of his young Indian housekeeper
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