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an easy one for the MC readers

jvoi2

Hi I'm looking for a story I read some time ago (few years) and I just can't find it anywhere nor remember the title
it's about a guy in jail (framed by his GF or wife IIRC)
while in the infirmary he meet an old man about to die who transmit him some mind control powers

once released he get even with his wife and lawyer by enslaving them after he finds out they both are lovers

does that synopsis rings some bells in your memories ?

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Franco

The story is A Perfect World by Trent Wolf on the Erotic Mind Control Story Archive. Here:

http://www.mcstories.com/PerfectWorld/index.html

jvoi2

I guess it explains why I couldn't find it her *facepalm*

thanks a lot

jvoi2

thanks again, it's indeed the story I remembered and was looking for :D ...

unfortunately for me I was looking more specifically for a scene that I remember hardly more than fuzzily and it looks like it is not in that story (T_T)

guess I'll have to dig deeper in my memory ...

unless it's a scene my old brain made out of several stories (>.

Ernest Bywater

@jvoi2

it's about a guy in jail (framed by his GF or wife IIRC)


limited to the above, you may be after

http://storiesonline.net/s/45443/the-hawk-and-the-chipmunk

Replies:   docholladay
docholladay

@Ernest Bywater

Even if its not the one. Its well worth the time to read it. A well written story that can let the imagination roam free for a while.

jvoi2

indeed ;)
I've read it twice already and enjoyed it a lot

although I've always thought the end was too abrupt, the advertised sequel "Apache Nation" probably hold the answers to my questions alas it's not on the site if if ever was published :(

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@jvoi2

the advertised sequel "Apache Nation" probably hold the answers to my questions


not yet written

docholladay

@Ernest Bywater

Oh well its still worth reading anyway. It falls into one of my major requirements. It fires up my imagination and lets me see all kinds of possibilities. It also does other things as well. The entertainment value is just a small part of any good story. Yours also fit the requirements Ernest (in case you wonder).

Ernest Bywater

@Ernest Bywater

Last time I exchanged emails with The Scot he was very busy with work and personal issues to do any writing then. He was also thinking about some revisions to Hawk but hadn't made up his mind yet. He had finished WTF but I pointed out a couple of items I felt he needed to fix in it before posting - he was considering that and hadn't reached a decision.

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