He lured beautiful young women into his slave training program.
Dr. Calvani, the notorious psychiatrist who has developed a system for transforming women into submissive sex slaves, is traveling with his slave, Milly, to escape an international manhunt. They come to a small town in the mountainous region of North Wales, a haven for young climbers and those seeking healthy exercise.
Soon Calvani has set up his clinic to lure the beautiful young women of the region into his slave training program. He resides in a huge house, owned by two sisters -- one who, unbeknown to him, seduces his maid into lesbian experiences, and the other, young Rose, who taunts and teases the Doctor until he can no longer refrain from introducing her into sexual bondage and slavery.
When he meets Louise he finds the perfect slave, one who finds herself taken away from her world for good. But as Calvani lingers with Louise and Rose and Milly and his other sex slaves, the police of three continents are closing in. Their intent is to take Calvani away for good. But Louise has a plan: double suicide by leaping into the frozen crevices of the mountains. The pair will be taken by death for good. Hunted by outraged villagers who have learned what he is doing to their women, Calvani seems to have no choice but a last lingering session with his slaves, and then the leap.
Another breathtakingly audacious tale in the Doctor Calvani series, delving into the deep, sexually riotous mind of this most fascinating character, created uniquely in the imagination of the inimitable Emy Naso. This is a tale to shock you as it delves into the depth of human sexuality.
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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.