Caution: This BDSM Sex Story contains strong sexual content, including Ma/Fa, Fa/Fa, Mult, Consensual, Romantic, DomSub, MaleDom, FemaleDom, Spanking, Rough, Humiliation, Group Sex, First, Oral Sex, Fisting, Sex Toys, .
Desc: BDSM Sex Story: Chapter 1 - This is a story of a young woman, who is all alone in the world, finding a new but unusual family. The first two chapters are romantic with no sex but the third one makes up for it.
Anne had just left class and was scurrying to her job at a dinner a couple of blocks down the road. She reached the door just in time to go to work. Hurrying behind the counter she clocked in and grabs an apron and order pad. Joe, her boss, calls from the kitchen, "We were starting to get worried, but just on time as usual."
Before heading to her first table she called back, "This is the last week, I'm not taking as many classes next semester." Joe smiled at Anne as she set off to take care of the customers. Joe was crazy about Anne. She was the most dependable waitress he had had in the ten years he'd owned his own dinner. She had worked for him for a year and a half now and had never been late and had only called in sick once. Plus she was a sweet kid and a great hard-working waitress. The regular customers just loved her.
Anne loved Joe and the job was ok but what she didn't let people see was that her time and energy were stretched to the limit. Monday through Friday she was in class from 8:00 a.m. until 2:30 in the afternoon. Then she was at work from 3:00 p.m. to 10pm and also worded the morning shift on Saturdays. In the time she had left she was busy doing homework.
Anne had herself overloaded for a reason though. At the age of eight her parents were killed in a car accident. She had spent the next ten years in an orphanage ran by the Catholic Church and attended Catholic school. Although the nuns that had raised her were loving and supportive their rules were very strict and punishment severe. Anne learned early on to obey the rules, be polite, and to escape into a fantasy world of what her life would be like if...
For financial reasons she now attended a college ran by the Catholic church. Thirteen years of the rules and supervision was enough for her. Anne was a very spiritual person but not very religious. Even after eating and breathing the religion for thirteen years, she still didn't agree with it. She believed in being good to people, in being generous, and in being honest, but most of the other Catholic teachings did not agree with her. It was all most over now. She had one last semester and she would be graduating with a degree in English.
Anne wanted to be a writer and had a rough start on several novels but had not had time to do much with them. Now though she was three months away from finishing school and had a few job prospects that would give her time to work on her writing. Little did she know that soon something would happen to change her plans for the future.
Business was slow when a small group of men, one of which was a regular customer, entered and took a table at the back of the restaurant. Anne hurried over with water glasses and menus. "Hello, Frank, Having a business dinner tonight."
"You know it. How did finals go?" he asked.
"Ok. I'm just glad they're over." Anne confessed
"Well, I hope you don't take on so much next semester. It's not good for a young lady to have to work so hard."
Anne smiled, took their drink orders and left to fill them. Frank, the regular costumer, thought a lot of Anne and told his companions all he knew about her. "If I was ten years younger... Any way, lets just say she's a great girl. She works too hard though. She works six days a week here and was taking 23 college hours this semester. She doesn't even take summers off. I guess that's why she's graduating in three years."
"She's very determined," stated Eric, a close friend and business associate of Frank's.
"Yes, she is. She's really sweet though and she's had a hard life. Her parents died when she was young and the poor thing ended up being raised by nuns." The conversation ended when Anne returned with the drinks. As she took their orders, she could feel a set of eyes on her. When it was Eric's turn, he ordered without looking at the menu but instead stared Anne straight in the eye.
Anne found herself in a trance. His bright eyes stood out hypnotically against his dark complexion and hair. Anne almost missed the order she was so enthraled with his eyes. She blushed a little as she repeated their orders then hurried to the kitchen.
Eric eyed Anne thought the whole meal. Eric was a man who knew what he liked and most often he got it. This was true in his personal life as well as his professional one. When the meal was over and the other men had left, Eric stayed and ordered coffee. As Anne sat the coffee cup on the table Eric asked "so do you get a break sometime tonight?"
"Ah, yes," Anne stammered.
"When?" he asked plainly.
"Well, actually I'm due for one now."
"Great, go get you something to eat and come join me. I got a lot of time to kill and cold do wit some pretty company after spending the day with Frank."
Anne giggled. "Well I have to check with Joe."
"Go ahead. I'll be waiting."
Anne hurried to the kitchen and nervously explained the situation to her boss. Joe was amused. "Go ahead and take the rest of the night off. You need a little fun." Anne blushed and headed out of the kitchen with a huge chef's said and loaded baked potato.
As Anne sat down across from Eric, he looked at her plate funny. Anne was suddenly embarrassed. "Please don't think I'm a pig. I just haven't eaten since six this morning."
Eric chuckled, "It's ok, I was just wondering where a little thing like you would put it all."
Sensing his good nature, she relaxed "You'd be surprised," and ate a fork full of salad.
"So Frank tells me you're about to graduate college."
"Yes, " Anne replied between bites, "in May. I'll be glad when it's over. Everyone thinks I take a lot of classes because I like school but actually it's just the opposite. I do it so I can hurry up and get out. Fifteen years is enough."
Eric smiled, "I see what you mean. I couldn't wait to finish school either."
For the next hour the two talked. Anne felt comfortable and safe knowing Joe was just a few yards away. She would have never left the diner with a stranger and Eric seemed to know that and never suggest that they leave. Anne was really beginning to like Eric and was hoping he'd ask her out until she found out how old he was. "32, gosh, I thought you were more like 26 or 27."
"Well, thanks for the compliment. I do try to take care of myself." Eric replied. They
continued talking but Anne all but put the thought of a date out of her mind. Eleven years, she
thought, was too much of an age difference. At nine O'clock Joe began closing up and reluctantly
Anne yawned. "I think it's time for me to go, besides someone really needs to get some sleep."
"Yeah," Anne replied. "I have to be back here tomorrow morning."
"So you work tomorrow?" Eric asked nonchalantly. "What time do you get off?"
"Two," Anne answered. She was afraid that he was going to ask her out. She really liked him but would have said no because of the age difference.
"Good night, Anne, sleep well," Eric said kissing her hand as he left. Anne locked the door behind him and sat down with her head on the bar.
"So, do we have a big date tomorrow?" Joe asked teasingly.
"No," Anne sighed.raising her head. "He's too old."
"How old is too old?" Joe asked
"32. Besides he didn't ask."
"That's not too bad," Joe responded. "At least he's old enough to have his life together. And as far as him not asking, well I saw the way he was looking at you. He'll be back."
"And just how do you know. He just needed some company tonight that's all."
"Oh, I know, he'll be back," Joe reiterated. "Now go home and get some sleep. You are exhausted." Anne was exhausted and once out of the shower and in the bed she fell straight to sleep.
Five a.m. came too quickly. Anne stretched before slapping at her alarm clock. As she got ready for work she wondered if Joe was right. Would Eric be back? As she combed out her curly, ash-blond hair she contemplated what she would say if he came back and asked her out. By the time she got to work she had make up her mind. She would say yes. It was just a date and she desperately needed some fun.
The morning flew by. The diner always had a good breakfast crowd and Saturdays were especially busy. It was Ten o'clock before Anne had a chance to think of Eric. She was kind of disappointed that he hadn't showed up yet. After helping to clean up after breakfast she took a break and ate herself then promptly at Eleven the lunch rush hit and for the next two and a half hours she was in a mad dash taking orders and keeping drinks filled.
It was one thirty when things finally began to slow down. As Anne came out of the kitchen caring her last order, she saw Eric setting at the bar holding a menu. She delivered the order than went behind the bar. "What can I get ya?" she asked cheerfully.
Eric lowered the menu and smiled. His eyes causing Anne to swoon. "What I want isn't on the menu," he stated slyly.
Showing her nativity Anne replied, "Well, what do you want. I'm sure Joe will fix it if he can."
Eric laughed, "Well, do you think Joe cold fix me a date with you."
Anne blushed "I don't think he has the ingredients for that dish, bu I'll see what I can do." Anne went into the kitchen and Joe fixed her a special sandwich with a note held on top with a toothpick. The note contained Anne's phone number, what time she got off work and a message from Joe. "Treat her right young man. Show her a good time and know that she is a very special young lady. Signed Joe"
Anne sat the plate down in front of Eric and floated off to clear a table and rap up her duties before quitting time. At two Anne took off her apron and told Joe goodbye. When she reached the bar, Eric was gone. She wondered if he was going to call. She got to her dorm room and flopped down on the bed. She was so tired, her feet hurt and every ounce of energy she had had that morning was gone. This semester had really taken its toll on her. Until this moment she had been too busy to realize how tired she was. She had intended to clean up her room and wait for Eric to call but the room would have to wait. Anne's eyes closed and instantly she was out.
About an hour and a half later the phone rang. After the third ring she sleepily answered the phone, the thought of Eric not having time to enter her mind. "Hello."
"Anne?" Eric asked not sure it was her.
"Yeah, it's me."
"Did I wake you up? I didn't take you for an afternoon napper."
Anne woke up quickly after hearing Eric's voice. "Usually I'm not. I was just beat."
"Are you up for dinner and a movie tonight?"
"Oh, yeah. I could use it."
"Great, I'll pick you up at six thirty if that's ok."
"That's fine" Anne responded, "I'll see you then." The hang up and Anne felt a tingle in her stomach she'd never felt before. It wasn't nerve exactly although she was nervous, she guessed it was the feeling she had heard teenage girls talk about when they were "in love." And that's what she felt like a giddy teenager. She had been on a few dates in college but none of the college boys she met did anything for her. They were all immature, most of them were goofy, and they all thought a movie and a burger entitled them to at least second base. Needless to say none of them got very far.
Eric pulled up in front of the dorm promptly at six thirty in a rented Cadillac. He had thought about renting a flashy sports car, he could certainly afford it, but he knew she was above being impressed by such a thing. He rang the buzzer to her room and Anne answered. "I'll be right there." When Anne came out the door in jeans and a sweater, she realized just how fine Eric was. He was tall and dark complected with dark wavy hair and light eyes. Like her he wore jeans and a loose-fitting sweater.
As Anne made her way to the car, Eric opened the door for her and took her hand to help her in. Anne was shocked. She didn't know men did that anymore. She had definitely never had anyone do it for her. "So how long are you in town for?" Anne asked once they were on the road.
"I go back home Monday afternoon, but I have to come back for a couple of days before Christmases. Actually I'll be here a lot for the next several months. I'm working on a big project with Frank. It's going to take three or four more months to finish it," he answered.
"Oh," Anne said, "Do you two work for the same company?"
"Sort of," Eric said, "I kind of own the company he works for."
"Oh," Anne said some how feeling beneath him all the sudden. "I... I didn't realize... "
"That I was rich, It's not something I advertise. I want people to know me and make an opinion of me based on who I am not what I have. Besides flaunting it is rude and at the end of the day I take my pants off the same as you do."
Anne laughed, "I've never heard that analogy said that way. Usually people are putting their pants on."
"You'll find I like to mix things up." Eric winked.
It wasn't long before they arrived at the restaurant. It was a quaint little Italian place that was dimly lit and had soft instrumental music playing in the background. Dinner was perfect. Anne found out that Eric was sophisticated, mature, smart, and confident but he was not stuck up or conceded in the least. Eric found out that Anne was sweat, strong, smart and shy, and even though she was blond, she was not the least bit dingy. Naive at times but not dingy.
After coffee and pie they left and headed to the movie. Through the entire night Eric was a perfect gentle man, opening doors and walking on the outside of the side walk. After the movie Eric took the long way back to the dorm and they talked about Anne's plans after college. She told him of her job prospects and then admitted that she really wanted to be a writer. To her surprise Eric seemed very genuinely interested.
When they finally arrived at the dorm, Eric walked Anne to the door and asked if she had plans for the next day. "No, just laundry," she answered.
"Good, I'll call you in the morning and we'll do something>'
"Ok, Anne agreed "Well I need to get in. The house mother waits up for us but I had a wonderful time tonight."
"Me to," Eric said before kissing her softly on the cheek. Anne drank in his sent. She never knew a man could smell so good. "Good night, my lady."
"Goodnight," Anne replied flushed and suddenly hot. She went in the door and watched out the window as Eric walked back to the car.
As Eric drove back to the hotel he dialed his cell phone. "Hello, Baby doll, how's everything going?"
"Pretty good. We miss you," the voice on the line replied.
"I miss you to. I'll be home in a couple of days. Is Charlotte still up?" Eric said.
"Yes, Sir, I'll go get her."
"Charlotte, I've found her. I've found what we've been missing." Eric exclaimed.
"Well, tell me. What's she like?" Eric continued telling her every detail about Anne. How they met. What she looked like. That she wanted to be a writer. Even her love of yard work that they talked about earlier that night. "She's so sweet and innocent, Charlotte, but not from ignorance, it's just her nature
"Well do you think she will want to join us?"
"It's kind of early to tell but I hope so. I know she would just love you girls."
"Well keep feeling her out, she sounds lovely."
"I will," Eric confirmed. "I'm at the hotel. Tell Ashley I love her."
"Love you, see you in a couple of days."
" I love you to."
The next day Eric waited until nine thirty to call Anne figuring that she would probably be sleeping late on her only day off. "Good morning, Sunshine."
"Good morning" Anne replied.
"So what time can you be dressed?" Eric asked.
"I'm dressed now. I"ve been doing laundry since seven," she said cheerfully.
"Oh, really. I thought maybe you'd sleep in on our day off," Eric said a little amazed at her energy.
"I don't know how," said Anne. "The nuns at the orphanage thought sleeping past seven was a cardinal sin and since I've been in college I've always worked early hours on Saturday. I don't think I can remember ever sleeping past eight, even when I was sick."
"My god, how do you do it?"
"It's all I know. I have a real hard time doing nothing>"
"Well, I'm just going to have to teach you," Eric said teasingly. "Starting today. I'll be there in twenty minutes."
"Ok," Anne laughed. "See you then." Twenty minutes later Eric pulled up in front of the dorm to find Anne standing outside waiting. Eric hurried to get out of the car and open the door for her. Once they were in the car Anne asked, "So what are we doing today?"
"Nothing," replied Eric, "You are getting your first lesson in how to relax."
"Ok," Anne laughed. Where do we start?"
"Rule number one, don't worry about what we're doing. Just relax and enjoy the ride,"
They rode for about thirty minutes without talking. Eric had turned on the radio and now Anne was all but squirming in her seat. When they finally reached their destination Anne practically jumped out of the car. As they walked toward the park across the street Anne asked "Are we jogging?"
"No, we are walking."
"Yes," Eric chuckled. "We are relaxing today remember."
"Relaxing is very stressful for me," Anne said only half jokingly. But they did take a walk, a long walk. They strolled and chatted for an hour. Eric tried to keep the conversation light. Talking about favorite music, food, movies and books.
By the time they got back to the car Anne was feeling a little more at ease. They spent the rest of the day at the bowling alley and the mall. They bowled, played pool, and video games, ate junk food and laughed. Anne had never laughed so much in her life. What was even better was there was no sexual pressure. Eric never groped her, never tried to fill her up. Instead they held hands and he would lay his hand on the small of her back while watching her play a video game. When he walked her to the dorm house door, the genuinely happy smile on her face made his day. They stood at the door fidgeting for a few seconds then Eric put his arm around Anne's back, pulled her close and kissed her slowly and deeply.
The kiss simply took Anne's breath away. "I"ll call you, ok," Eric said.
"Ok," Anne replied.
"See you soon," Eric assured her as he turned to walk to the car.