Ms. Milliscent

Biography

Ms. Milliscent is a well-known and respected author who makes her home in the Cascade Mountains outside of Seattle, Washington.

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Books

Dystopian Longings: A Collection Of Dreams
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 11,060. Language: English. Published: September 4, 2010. Category: Fiction » Erotica » General
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
A collection of highly erotic flash fiction, Dystopian Longings is comprised of eighteen very short stories focusing on the powerful themes of bdsm, female domination, male submission, enforced chastity, and cuckoldry. Due to the subject matter of this ebook, it is unsuitable for children.

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  • I Will Be Your Dominatrix on Sep. 04, 2010

    A cute story that reminds us about the dangers of assuming the 'grass to be greener on the other side of the fence.' I enjoyed it, perhaps doubly so given my profession.
  • Narcissism (Soon you will be free...) on Sep. 04, 2010

    I greatly enjoyed this well written and imaginative story and I'd certainly recommend it for anyone looking for something a little offbeat.
  • Hysteria on Sep. 05, 2010

    I'd heard of, but not thought much about, these quack medical treatments for hysteria in the Victorian age. This book did a wonderful job portraying the emotions such treatments could have elicited. Thank you for this fun story.
  • The Second Coming on Sep. 10, 2010

    Lavish description and character development made this book an engaging read.
  • Serial on Sep. 13, 2010

    All dominant/submissive relationships, if maintained, change over time. In my own work I try to portray that change from easygoing bedroom games to all encompassing ways of life. In Serial Piers Anthony shows that growth and change in non-consensual dom/sub relationship. I found that an interesting perspective to explore and ponder.
  • The Blood That Bonds on Sep. 26, 2010

    I agree that the book could greatly benefit from copy editing and better formatting but it is a wonderful story, and I enjoyed it very much. Fixing the technical errors would move it to five stars in my mind.