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by Martin Hughes
Category: Erotica/BDSM Erotica
Description: Lynne had a job on the Arab Affairs desk at the Foreign Office. Married to husband, Brian, she had also been flirting with Asan, a very attractive Arab interpreter. When he demanded full sex, she declined and then, as she regained consciousness she remembered he'd let slip the previous night something she just had to report to her superiours. Despite the sore throat and aching head she tried to move, but couldn't. But it wasn't until she heard the voice that she realised she had been kidnapped. Then the person behind the voice began to reveal what was going to happen to Lynne - an interrogation that would involve humiliation, pain (lots of pain) and sexual demands of the kind that sent her brain racing and her heart thumping with anticipation and dread...
eBook Publisher: Fiction4All,
eBookwise Release Date: May 2011
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [179 KB]
Reading time: 111-155 min.
Lynne gradually returned to consciousness. It wasn't a sudden event, but rather a gradual awareness of a few small but nagging pains. Her throat was sore, her head ached and her wrists were hurting. She guessed she had picked up a bug and distantly considered whether she should stay in bed today. It certainly seemed too much of an effort to go to the Foreign Office and her demanding job at the 'Arab Affairs' desk.
Surfacing from the warm, steadfastly clinging, darkness which seemed so reluctant to release her, she tried to marshal her thoughts into some kind of order.
Then, suddenly, the unpleasant recollection of what she had to do jolted her further awake. It was a shame, but she had to tell the handsome young Arab interpreter, Asan, that they must stop seeing each other. It had been a tremendously entertaining flirtation on her part but; although full sex had not occurred, Asan had recently made it very clear that he expected it soon. Though she found the boy to be devilishly attractive, Lynne definitely didn't want it to go further. A bit of fun was all right and, to be honest, she had been flattered that such a handsome young man of Asan's tender years could find her so attractive.
It was perfectly clear what she had to do. Despite the excitement, the ill-starred affair with the young Arabic/English interpreter had to stop right now! First and foremost, she didn't want to be unfaithful to her husband, Brian, no matter how boring and predictable he could be at times. Second, it would seriously jeopardize her job and career if anyone in the Foreign Office became aware that she had been consorting, innocently or not, with an Arab from the opposing negotiating team.
Thoughts of the Foreign Office reminded her of something else -- very important. She had to make her superiors aware of what she had picked up from Asan during their last little private chat at the restaurant. From what he'd said, it was clear that the Arab team was about to run rings around the Brits and only her knowledge could stop it. She sighed. No chance of a lay-in today; she'd have to get up.
She tried to move and nothing happened except the discomfort in her throat and wrists became worse. She seemed to be paralysed, totally unable to move her arms and legs. She tried to look around; tell Brian that something was wrong but the room was in darkness. Was it still the middle of the night? Had she been dreaming? When had she gone to bed?
Her mind floated back, guilty thoughts momentarily distracting her from the uncomfortable feeling in her limbs. Guiltily, she recalled the meal last night with Asan. She'd told Brian she was working late again. Once again she made up her mind to tell Asan that it was all over. He had to see that it was for the best. There was no way they could ever be together; she was a married woman of twenty-nine, a rising star in the diplomatic service. Asan was a boy of nineteen, albeit a good looking and charming one. She had never allowed things to go beyond pecks on the cheek; mostly they just enjoyed each other's company and fine meals. Yet Asan's lack of years, the fact that she was a married woman and the noticeable fact that they were constantly in each other's company was, she knew, beginning to attract some sly comments at work.
She was, as many men had told her, a beautiful and intelligent woman. Privately she had always thought this to be somewhat of an exaggeration. Truthfully, she saw herself as a reasonably pretty girl with, admittedly, a better than average figure. Her wide brown eyes and slightly turned up nose, the nose which Brian always found cute, the regular features framed by a rich profusion of golden blonde hair falling to her shoulders had always stood her in good stead. Yet without her naturally athletic body with those long toned thighs, nicely rounded bottom and, of course, her large yet beautifully formed breasts, she knew she probably would not have stood out in a crowd.
Urging her brain to greater effort, she recalled feeling slightly queasy in the restaurant. Had it been the lobster or maybe the wine? She remembered Asan's around her considerately, helping her to the taxi. She remembered the shiny brown seat and then ... nothing!
Her heart began to race. Had she collapsed and been taken to hospital ... maybe fallen into a coma? What would Brian think? He'd have heard that she was out with the Arab lad; colleagues would probably have told him that she did so quite often? She had to pull herself together; if necessary tell Brian that maybe she had seen too much of Asan. She imagined herself explaining things to him; she realized it was silly; working lunches she'd say, and that she'd stop them now.
In fact most of those out of hours chats had been business orientated; the fact of her being able to admire and appreciate the handsome face and slim, muscled body moving under Asan's clothes had been, at least at the beginning, just a bonus.
It had been at their last meal that the young Arab had partially let it slip that his negotiating team had no intention of giving up the land and weapons that they'd promised.
She'd thought she'd been clever enough to disguise her recognition of Asan's slip and now had to pass on her information to her immediate superiors.
One way or the other she simply had to settle her private life with Brian and alert the Foreign Office to what she now knew about the negotiations, if she could just will herself awake.
Somehow there seemed to be a greater physical clarity now, even if her mind was still a bit confused. Almost as if she had been drugged or perhaps had too much to drink and couldn't shake off the after effects. She guessed that she had indeed been placed on some medication, but she felt that it might be wearing off now because the pain at her throat and wrists was becoming more acute, especially when she tried to struggle from the bed. If only they'd put the lights on so she could see. Or maybe it was that she couldn't open her eyes. Oh God, the thought brought on a sudden panic ... was she paralysed?
She tried again to get up, only succeeding in increasing the pain in her wrists and throat. She forced herself to be still. Her arms and legs were moving slightly but something was stopping them. Her eyes strained to open but a band seemed to be pressing tightly around her head and against them, adding to her headache.
"Mrghh!" Her first attempt to talk came out as nothing more than a pathetic moan. Her mouth was dry, and blocked with something. She could feel what felt like rough cloth pressing against her tongue.
Now at least her mind was clearing, making it apparent that something unpleasant had happened to her after the restaurant. She was awake, very cold and quite unable to move; restrained in some way. Her panic increased. Where the Hell was she?
She felt a sliver of fear as she heard someone calling from the darkness; a woman's voice. Then sharper pains flared across her head, jolting her fully awake as her hair was pulled back and forth in time to the female voice. "Come on! Wake up, Mrs Cameron! I know you can hear me." The voice had a foreign twang and spoke abruptly.
Lynne's heart pounded, suddenly aware of what felt like a rubber blindfold preventing her eyes from opening. Instinctively she tried to lift her hands to pull it away only to feel tight straps binding her at throat, wrists, arms, knees and ankles; to what felt like some kind of wooden, possibly latticework, chair on which she was seated upright.
She struggled vainly, only to find that her entire body was strapped so tightly that movement was practically impossible.
"Don't struggle!" the female voice warned. "It's useless! Don't try to speak, either! You're wasting your time!
Lynn's terror increased when she heard a soft, malicious chuckle, then the voice carried on: "You've got nothing to say that I'd be interested in at the moment. I only wanted to check that you'd survived the journey." Another pause was followed by yet another sinister chuckle. "Some don't, of course, which presents us with the problem of disposing of the bodies."
Lynne froze. The implication was almost too horrible to contemplate. Yet the words were quite matter of fact, terrifyingly so. "Whoaaargh!" Lynne tried to speak through the cloth filling her mouth but it was quite impossible to articulate anything beyond a soft, barely audible, pathetic whimper.
She heard the sharp clack of footsteps receding, a woman's high-heeled gait echoing in wherever she was, and desperately wanted to say something. It was a terrible thought that whoever it was didn't seem to particularly care whether she was dead or alive. She felt her pulse racing as her terror built. She was totally helpless and in the hands of ... who ... who?
Silence again descended on her world. Where the Hell was she? What did they want?
She decided that it must be something to with work. She had been kidnapped. Was it something to do with the negotiations? Would the other side have kidnapped her if they thought she knew that they were not serious about negotiating? That must be it! Someone had realised that Asan had said too much?
She didn't know how much time had passed since the restaurant; guessing maybe a few hours? Brian would be worried; she would have simply disappeared from the face of the Earth. A big tear formed in the corner of her eye at the thought of him. How dearly she wished she could put back the clock, never have gone to the restaurant. Gone straight home instead; been with Brian, safe.
Time passed in her silent void. She had no idea how long but her body clock was telling her she needed to use the toilet. Her thumping head was crying out for a tablet, or even just a glass of water, yet she had no means of communicating these basic needs. Her captors didn't care about her, didn't care whether she lived or died, let alone whether she wet herself or suffered the pain of a monumental headache.
After a long, long time, she finally heard returning footsteps.
"Here's some pretty earrings for you, Mrs Cameron." The woman's voice was malicious, almost sneering
Lynne flinched as her expensive diamond earrings were roughly pulled from her pierced ears and what felt like much larger and heavier rings painfully re-inserted.
"Not so pretty as the ones you were wearing," the voice continued. "I'll give you a little demonstration of what happens if you touch them - or annoy me."
"Aaaarggghh!" Lynne's teeth bit down savagely on her gag, her body locking rigidly into a strained arc of agonising pain within the extent of her tight bonds. Her head seemed to be exploding; almost as if two drills were boring into her skull from either side.
The shocking pain only lasted for a few seconds; but it was enough! She knew she just couldn't take any more. Slowly she became aware that the pain had gone and she relaxed back into the chair, muscles gradually unlocking, breasts heaving mightily as she tried to drag air back into her empty lungs. Her head cleared slowly and she became aware of her heart pounding. She was wet with perspiration and could feel it running between her breasts. Oh God ... please ... no more ... please, she pleaded silently!
"Not very pleasant, was it Mrs Cameron?" the voice sneered. "That's what will happen if you try to touch them or if you are disobedient in any way." The voice was harder now, threatening. "I'm going to remove your gag now but you will only speak in answer to my questions, nothing else."
"Nnnnnnng ... nnnnnnng," Lynne gurgled, then: "yaaarghhhh,"as her head exploded once again into intense pain. Utterly rigid, she was arched agonisingly backwards, her big juddering breasts thrust up and out, almost as if begging for attention. Her head was strained backwards, her face contorted into a rictus mask of pure agony.
Then, just as suddenly as it had come, the current was gone, leaving Lynne trembling violently and sagging in her bonds.
"You do NOT speak until I tell you to! Understand, Mrs Cameron? Nod your head if you do!" The voice was calm and controlled, in total contrast to the agony just inflicted.
Frantically, Lynne nodded her head, unable to choke back a tiny groan as it threatened to come off her shoulders. She had a headache worse than anything she could remember; but all she could think of was that she must ... absolutely MUST ... obey this crazy woman who had her completely helpless and at her mercy.
Fingers struggled with the buckles of her gag and Lynne breathed a sigh of relief as both it and the cloth wadding was removed from her mouth. With a mighty effort, she prevented herself from asking the myriad of crazy questions milling about in her head.
"OK then!" the voice went on calmly. "All you have to do is answer my questions quite truthfully, holding nothing back, and the pain will stay away. Understand?"
Once again Lynne nodded her head, this time more carefully.
"Good. An easy question to start with, then. How many men ... or women, for that matter ... have seen you naked, Mrs stuck-up, fuckin' Cameron?"