A Novel by Fhionna Mac
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Aeneas has a wonderful home, a good job and a supportive boss, but he desperately seeks change. He is the master of
his own fate but is drawn to the possibilities of life as a slave. He's never shared this desire with anyone but
concludes it's time to confide in his best friend, Hank, hoping he will understand.
Fhionna has her own display-artist business but also runs a successful fetish event called Violate. She lives on
the outskirts of Glasgow in a large house inherited from her parents but has converted the basement into a wonderful
dungeon. She's an intense character who is head-strong, intelligent, and loves to be adored, but believes that
respect is paramount to all of her relationships. She has high standards and expects the same of others.
The characters that gravitate towards her have their own motives for wanting to be a part of her life, but Stephan
becomes a major interest to her. He exudes charm and has many talents, but his masochism is his true gift. This makes
him the prime target for Aeneas' jealousy as it becomes apparent that he is highly valued by Fhionna. Stephan is the
person who is most capable of disrupting Aeneas' choice to remain as her slave, even though it's the one thing he's
always dreamed of becoming.
Fhionna Mac has lived and loved being part of a wonderful BDSM community for just over 30 years, and she truly
loves all those she chooses to consensually Own. The first time she attended a fetish club Fhionna felt a little
out of her depth, but by the fourth time, in as many months, she'd decided it was the lifestyle for her (as a
dominant woman). It didn't take her long, afterwards, to establish her own fetish club, with her partner and 3
friends, which ran every month for 16 years. Fhionna taught herself to expertly use all manner of 'toys' but
quickly grew to adore the pain/pleasure dichotomy and evolved into a compassionate sadist. While it may sound
as though such contradictory concepts are not compatible, the paradox is that one should only exist in unison
with the other.
When she's not travelling, Fhionna enjoys studying and has gained a BA in English Literature, a BSC Hon in
Psychology, and an MA in Sociology and Semiotics. She lives in Scotland with her wonderful partner and their
spoiled dog, Hector.
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