Needs a story about Daylight Slaving time. Probably BDSM. Sandy becomes a sex slave.
Like this? Part 3 of Sandy's Adventures:
Sandy Suffers All Summer
After two intense years, Sandy is overjoyed about the six months vacation, and the people in Danubia are so very friendly upon her arrival. A little obsessed about Daylight Saving Time, she thinks, but then, who would understand that better than she. Or so she thinks. Yet suddenly she finds herself naked and collared, and the document she signed is about slaving instead of saving, and for the next six months, from sunrise to sundown, all she can do is suffer increasing indignities and torments and keep denying the sexual thrill this gives her.
Of course, Sandy's adventures never come in singles, so make sure you also read the thrilling continuation:
Sandy's Danubian Downfall
Her horrible - so she still lies to herself and everyone else - vacation is finally coming to an end, but just when it is back to normal time and freedom for poor Sandy, disaster strikes in the form of a nation wide software bug. Instead of moving time back by an hour, every computer in the country of Danubia decrements the wrong byte, and suddenly it is the year 1763 instead of 2019. In an emergency session, the Danubian parliament declares all laws made after October 1763 void until the software can be fixed, which might take months. Suddenly, nobility has near unlimited power, all borders are closed and, to make matters worse, Sandy's savings are used up. The friendly Countess of Vilslakia generously offers to help her out, but when the regal countess' real motives become tangible, Sandy is already in over her pretty head and the past six months suddenly seem like, well, a vacation.
And since all good things come in threes:
Sandy's Ultimate Decision
In the final and most emotional installment of our series, the wicked Countess of Vilslakia has used bribery and trickery to get the technicians who are fixing the year 1763 glitch to install her very own time zone for the county of Vilslakia. Instead of fast-forwarding to 2019, the county stays in "Delightful Slaving Time" and 1763 forever, and the Danubian parliament finds itself unable to uphold its jurisdiction over the Countess' lands. At the celebration of Vilslakia's independence, a foreign visitor is so smitten with our heroine that he offers to smuggle her out of the county. And suddenly, Sandy finds herself torn between the wish to go back to the safety of her old life and the Countess' sordid, salacious games. Just why does the thought of ultimately surrendering herself to the wicked Countess' cruel demands thrill her so? Will she be able to make the right decision?