Doctor Calvani came to the remote, small fishing town to find sanctuary. Instead he found temptation.
Deep inside, Doctor Calvani needed to possess and eventually enslave every one of the local young women - but being a product of his day and age, he couldn't quite bring himself to do it. Instead, he attempted to sublimate his sexual needs into his work, and sought patients for his elaborate theories on repressed sexuality.
The corruption, submission and imprisonment of the young women as detailed in this story has been called "a masterpiece of storytelling" by Sibly White, former editor of Fetish Times.
Here is a gothic tale of bondage and submission, evoking all the atmosphere of a lonely Victorian house and the sexual relationships of the master and the maids. The story builds the characters and the location in the lyrical, fascinatingly sensual way that is the hallmark of that Master Bard of Erotica, Emy Naso.
About the Author
Novelist, essayist and poet.
Emy's work ranged from beautiful love laments to erotic short stories and novellas to full-length novels. Writing in many genres, Emy's distinctive voice covered humor, fantasy and mythology, as well as contemporary and historical work. Emy was a true Celt, born in the mountains of Wales. He lived in London for a while, and then settled on the remote coast of East Anglia.
Naso's motto was "Life is for today, writing is forever" -- but couldn't remember whether he adopted it after a deep study of philosophy or read it on the back of a cereal box!
Emy Naso died in April 2005, surrounded by the love of his friends and family.