In 1955, innocent and pretty Abigail Wright, raised by country vicar Thomas Reed and his wife, goes to London to work as a maid in the highly respectable Bagatelle Club. But too late she finds its upright exterior is just a façade… More
In 1955, innocent and pretty Abigail Wright, raised by country vicar Thomas Reed and his wife, goes to London to work as a maid in the highly respectable Bagatelle Club. But too late she finds its upright exterior is just a façade…
The first thing she saw floating above her was a naked woman lying in a shallow box with a curved top and a transparent front. Then she realized that it was herself reflected in a large mirror hung several feet above her. Still dazed she took in the details with detached horror.
She was held in place inside the box by several heavy wide straps about her wrists and upper arms, across her waist, about her thighs and knees and round her ankles. She was wearing red court shoes with spiky heels and had a broad red leather collar buckled about her neck with large “D” rings fitted to it and locked with a red enamelled padlock. From its front ring hung a large round white enamelled tag like a dog might wear with markings on it. She had to reverse the mirror image in her mind to make out that they were a red heart following the numeral “7”. Her cheeks bulged and her lips were parted revealing her teeth through which a red rubber ball could be seen plugging her mouth.
Abigail had been put inside a huge pinball machine, which the members play to win the privilege of taking her virginity. After this ordeal, the realities are explained to her by “Miss Ace”, the Club Proprietor.
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