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Part One (Also available as the complete novel ‘The Devlin Woman’. By the same author - Cruel Heaven and A New Devotion.)Susan has arranged to give her husband to her older and more experienced friend Ann Devlin for the week-end. David enjoysMorePart One (Also available as the complete novel ‘The Devlin Woman’. By the same author - Cruel Heaven and A New Devotion.)Susan has arranged to give her husband to her older and more experienced friend Ann Devlin for the week-end. David enjoys submitting to his beautiful wife but this is more than he can bear, and he refuses to go. Can Susan exert her authority and deliver David to Ann?Excerpt –‘What a lucky boy you are,’ she said, kissing him on the cheek as she reached across him to pull down his seat-belt. ‘You’re getting everything you want today.’‘Please, Susan,’ he begged, ‘please don’t do this,’ but there was no strength in his voice, nothing to challenge the power she held over him.‘Keep quiet, David,’ she said, ‘keep quiet and be a good boy.’David looked imploringly at his beautiful wife.She was smiling at him, her eyes sparkling and her cheeks flushed, but it wasn’t the smile a woman gives to a man she desires. Rather, David thought helplessly, it was the smile a woman gives to her child as she straps him into a push-chair.Still smiling, she gave him another peck on his cheek, and pushed his seat-belt into place with a loud click. David felt a thrill of helplessness as the last of his resistance melted away.‘There you are, David,’ said Susan, reading his mind, ‘all safe for mummy.’She sat up and started the engine, putting on her sunglasses and bunching her dress around her waist so the sight of her slim legs and pretty underwear would keep him sedated for the remainder of their journey.As she drove away she felt the powerful engine reverberate inside her, an expression of her unyielding will.9700 words. Adult readers only.