Mia scrolled through the photo gallery until a picture caught her eye. Most of them were the same kind of thing, and in Mia’s humble opinion, they were a monument to how vapid and self centred the younger generations were. Pictures of Anna from a high angle. Pictures of Anna in front of a beach, smiling with her friends. Pictures of Anna holding an exotic looking cocktail. In every instance, Anna was wearing almost nothing, flaunting her tanned, toned body and broadcasting it on the internet for anyone to see. Mia really disapproved of this – that attention seeking, approval driven behaviour, fuelled by instant gratification. But still, she prided herself on never letting her views on such people show publicly or impact how she did her job. Mia couldn’t deny that she was the kind of person she was looking for. She ought to feel sympathy for the poor girl, not contempt. The Doctor was very clear about that.
The photo she settled on showed a particularly generous amount of cleavage. She downloaded it to her phone, then started composing a message to Doctor Stewart.
“I think she might be suitable, Doctor,” the message read. She attached the photo and hit send.
The Doctor was such a kind, generous man. During their last chat, he’d asked her if there was anybody she knew who might be able to use his special kind of help. Mia had jumped at the chance. He’d helped her so much, and she strongly believed that he could do the same to so many people out there in the world. Her heart was filled with warmth at the thought of referring people to him. It was such a helpful thing to do, and more than anything else in the world, Mia wanted to be helpful.
With that task under control, Mia decided to clean up the kitchen. It was a kitchen she was proud of, and she intended to keep it that way. She started by clearing the marble bench tops. She’d gone a little bit crazy with breakfast this morning, but she just felt so energised and oddly satisfied. It almost didn’t bother her when she found a stack of dirty plates in the sink from some kind of midnight snack that Isabella had prepared for herself and another of her gentleman friends. She killed the impulse to go up to her room and knock on her door. It’s very important to maintain a wall between us, she thought.
Doctor Stewart was so wise like that. The best way to solve a conflict was by not having one, after all. If she just didn’t think about it, and didn’t see her roommate, then problems couldn’t arise. She felt so much better after speaking with him last week. She could scarcely even recall what it was that she’d been so mad at her about, and that was the way she liked it. Not that Bella was making it easy for her to stay this way – it was almost like she was trying to piss her off – but ultimately, Mia knew that being the bigger person would pay off long term. The week without Bella had been blissful thus far. She renewed her smile as she started washing the dishes. It was the helpful thing to do.
She heard a notification chime coming from the table, and she eagerly moved to check it. It took a moment to take off the gloves and dry her hand, but it was well worth the effort – she felt so good when she saw that it was the Doctor.
“She’s very pretty. She meets the criteria?” the message read.
“Yes,” she replied. “She’s highly vulnerable. She lives alone and moved here at the end of last year. She trusts me.”
As she looked over what she just wrote, it occurred to her that this might sound shady out of context. It all made perfect sense, actually, and it wasn’t bad at all.
Doctor Stewart had told her what kind of people he was looking for in his practice. He wanted most of all to help the vulnerable and the needy. It was really quite moving. The most vulnerable people were those who lived alone, he’d explained, and those without support networks or people to miss them. They were prone to bouts of depression or mood disorders.
Of these people, the most vulnerable in turn were young, attractive women. They were so often the target of harassment and other far worse behaviours. She was so grateful that Doctor Stewart had such empathy and compassion for women, it really was a rare thing among the men she’d known. She could tell it meant so much to him from the way he emphasised it, then made her repeat it back to him. The fact that Anna trusted her was just going to make her that much more likely to be open to getting help. So many people out there need help, but are too frightened or anxious to seek it out. In some cases they didn’t even know they needed it!
The Doctor needed to confirm that the women were attractive, of course, so she would have to find the most flattering pictures of them to send to him. While she did like to think she had an eye for aesthetics, Mia wasn’t gay, so as Doctor Stewart explained she couldn’t possibly be the final word in who was the most in need of his help. It really was all quite logical. She chuckled a bit at the thought of someone misconstruing it all.
“Thank you, Mia, you’ve been very helpful. I’ll be in touch.”
Mia was flush with pride, and maybe something else, something more primal. She felt one of her hands reaching down below, but caught it mid-flight. No! She thought. She felt gross for having even the hint of such a thought. It was absolutely, positively unchristian, and she was never going to let herself get duped into that kind of thing again. She just hoped that he’d be back in touch soon. She did so want to be helpful for him again.
Mia hated her job. It wasn’t that the work itself was bad. Perhaps a little of that. But being the HR manager for a medium sized corporation had plenty of upsides, too. The salary was great for one thing, and the benefits were hard to argue with. It certainly gave her a good overview of the staff and a solid understanding of the most vulnerable among them, which was very helpful. Really what she loathed was that she struggled to get close to anybody there. Some people liked her well enough, but they just had so little in common. Sensing her general disinterest in them, most of the staff kept a respectful distance.
It was therefore quite an unusual occurrence when, as she sauntered through the lobby on the second floor towards her office, James from accounting made an obscene gesture towards her. It was unmistakable – he’d just given her finger guns. The accompanying sound, a “chk chk” had also definitely passed his lips.
“Good morning?” she said.
“It certainly is,” he said, winking. Mia’s face tried to frown harder, but could not.
James was not a pleasant man. She’d had multiple reports about him making inappropriate jokes cross her desk in the last few years, and while he had pulled his head in since then, she still found it uncomfortable to be around him. She always got the sense that the mask might slip at any moment and he’d be caught on tape hurling ethnic slurs or groping somebody at a work party. Fortunately, he continued on past her with no further comment and headed for the elevator. She simply didn’t know what to make of it.
On her way through the office, it felt like something was different. Something was slightly off-kilter. At first she dismissed it as just being hypersensitive following that odd encounter, but she definitely noticed some sly glances, giggles that stopped as soon as she came around a corner as though she was catching people doing something they shouldn’t be.
When it came to looking through resumes, Mia greatly preferred having printed, physical copies. There was a certain satisfaction she found in seeing the in-pile shrink and the out-pile grow. When she sat down ready to get to work with a fresh cup of coffee, she was greeted by just such a stack, but didn’t even have time to get past the cover letter on the top of the pile before a head poked into her office.
“Heeeyyyyy,” said Cordelia. “Got a minute?”
Cordelia was wearing a summery dress, which Mia could not help but note was not in fitting with the season. Her face bore a huge grin, which worried Mia deeply.
“Sure, come on in,” Mia replied in the friendliest voice she could muster.
She leapt through the tiny crack in the door and shut it behind her before settling into a seat facing Mia. It was a spacious office, so even sitting there she was still a touch farther away than was comfortable for a one on one. Cordelia leaned forward over her side of the mahogany desk to bridge the gap. The smile could only mean one thing – gossip. Mia idly fidgeted with the cup of coffee on her desk just to give her hand something to do, although it was still a bit too hot to hold for an extended period.
“So…” Cordelia said. “How did it go?”
“How did what go?”
Cordelia giggled. Mia was still waiting to see where this was all going, but her mind did a quick scan of the woman to determine if she thought she might need some therapy. She did want to be helpful. Cordelia was in her late twenties, only a few years younger than Mia, and she was quite pretty, or at least Mia thought that she probably was, with long red hair and rather striking green eyes. Only Doctor Stewart could tell for sure. She made a mental note to check whether Cordelia lived with anybody or was in any relationships before she left for the evening.
“You know, last night.” Cordelia tilted her head and gave a knowing look.
“I’m not sure we’re on the same page.”
“Oh you’re going to make me say it, aren’t you.”
“I have no idea what you’re talking about, so it’s looking that way.”
“James,” Cordelia said, almost in a whisper. “A little birdy told me that you two… you know…”
What?! she thought.
“What?!” she said.
“Didn’t go well, then?”
Mia’s face was scrunched up into a ball of disgust and indignation. The idea of him coming anywhere near her was absolutely unconscionable. Yuck yuck yuck! He wasn’t completely hideous but there would be the touching, and the kissing, and it wouldn’t be right...
“It didn’t go anything, Cordelia. I’ve never seen him outside of work in my life.” Her senses started slowly catching back up with her. Was somebody trying to slander her reputation? “Who the heck is spreading this?”
Cordelia’s cheeky smile was just starting to fade. Whether because she realised it was a totally untrue nonsense story or because she was coming to understand that Mia wasn’t going to tell her anything juicy, she wasn’t entirely sure.
“Come on. You know I’d die before I snitched. It’d be bad for my reputation.”
Mia took a deep breath in. She pointed to herself, then motioned at the label on the front of her desk. The one that read “Manager, Human Resources”.
“Please remember where you are. If somebody is spreading these disgusting rumours, I’d like to know who.”
“God Mia, I didn’t think this would be such a big deal,” she said, as though she were the victim here.
“Please tell me, now”.
Cordelia sat silently as Mia stared at her. After almost ten seconds, she folded.
“Ok, ok… It was Janette.”
Janette wasn’t hard to track down, but after a brief grilling Mia discovered that she’d heard it in turn from Paul, who in turn had heard it from Adam. Each person was, in turn, absolutely mortified to have her bearing down on them, and spilled their guts with minimal prodding.
Adam seemed to be where buck stopped. On the way to find him, she’d actually had to walk uncomfortably close to James from Accounting (this was his surname as far as she was concerned). He mercifully refrained from repeating the finger guns, but did grin at her like they were in on some kind of joke together. She ignored him for now and stormed on through the clean white corridors to her destination. If Adam pointed the finger at him, and she was reasonably sure he would, she was going to take no small pleasure in drawing up disciplinary actions to bring against him.
Unfortunately, the interrogation didn’t seem to go the way she hoped.
“So you’re saying you saw him entering my building?”
“No, I’m saying I saw him entering your front door.”
“My front door? And what were you doing at the time exactly to have a view like that?”
Adam looked like he was about to die. He’d been squirming from the second he caught her storming towards his cubicle with a frown. He’d obviously connected the dots immediately. He was a nice enough guy, although she’d scarcely seen him since she put together the interview panel for him last year.
“Um?” she said.
“Well I live just across the street, I can actually see your house from um, from my kitchen.”
“Huh, small world,” she said. She was surprised she hadn’t ever seen him there before.
“Yeah,” he said, then awkwardly laughed. “Um so anyway, I’m looking for a…”
He paused mid sentence. It was kind of a familiar sentence, like a half remembered song lyric – but she wasn’t sure why.
“You were looking for what?”
Adam turned beet red all of a sudden.
“Um, sorry. I meant I was taking my bins out and I saw two people walking towards your place, and I thought I recognised you, so I was going to get your attention and say hello, right? I walked up closer, and I realised I knew both of you.”
“Myself and James? From Accounting?”
“Yes,” he said, then gulped. “You were um… well you looked like you were busy, so I just turned around and went back inside.”
Something clicked inside Mia’s head. Oh that fucking bitch, she thought. It had to be her. Isabella was always stealing her clothes, so it was no wonder poor Adam confused them in the dark. She felt all the annoyances she’d been suppressing bubble up to the surface once more. It did explain why he was being so brazen around her this morning – he was mocking her. That arsehole. He’d been inside her house! She had cleaned his dishes! She tried to remain calm. Bella “Borrowing” outfits was one thing – bringing her coworkers home for midnight dalliances was way across the line.
While she sat there processing things, Adam sat in silence, occasionally stealing glances at Mia before looking away quickly. He looked embarrassed, and perhaps like he wanted to say something, but while Mia’s eyes saw this, her mind was still thoroughly preoccupied.
I really need to have a word with her, she thought, but then caught herself. No, it’s very important to maintain a wall between us, she thought. But she was so pissed right now. It’s very important to maintain a wall between us. The thought echoed through her mind over and over again.
“Pardon?” said Adam, hands nervously fidgeting.
“Huh?” she replied, jerked out of her thoughts.
“I couldn’t quite hear what you said, something about a wall?”
“Oh… it’s just that you know, it’s very important to maintain…” she said, then realised how absurd that must sound out loud without any context. It would take too long to explain. “Look, I want you to know that what you saw was absolutely not what you thought it was. I was already in bed asleep by then. That was my roommate, Isabella.”
Adam looked confused.
“But regardless of that, I think you know how absolutely inappropriate it was for you to gossip about that in the work place. What people do in their private lives is no business of yours.”
“Yes ma’am, I realise...”
“I’m not done yet!”
“Sorry, uhhh please continue.”
“I’m not going to write up anything formal about this, but I really want you to reflect on that. Alright?”
“Yes ma’am, I know I’ve fucked up here.” he said. She was drawing closer as she spoke, and she realised that he was becoming increasingly flustered, unable to maintain eye contact.
She was satisfied for now. With any luck, word would get around that it was definitely, absolutely not her that took that idiot home. God, she really is shameless, isn’t she? And HIM? She could at least pick somebody nice to sleep around with.
Mia looked at her watch. She had an appointment to keep.
Anna was seated in the visitor chair scrolling endlessly on her smartphone when Mia got back into her office. She had her hair up at the moment, which wasn’t quite as flattering in Mia’s opinion, but she reminded herself that she wasn’t an expert on such things. She was wearing stockings at least, which she knew the doctor liked, although she couldn’t quite recall when she’d picked up that item of trivia.
“Hi Anna,” she said, putting on her best smile for the girl. She looked bored, but most of all, she looked vulnerable. Mia shivered with delight at how helpful she was being.
“Hey, uh, you said you needed to see me?”
“Oh don’t worry, it’s nothing bad,” Mia said in a reassuring voice. Anna seemed to relax, but only slightly.
“I’m going to level with you Anna – I know you’ve had a hard time adjusting to life around here.”
“Um, have I?” she replied, then giggled a little.
“Yeah. Aren’t you always talking about how much you miss home?”
“Oh yeah, I definitely do miss home. But like, doesn’t everybody?” She let out another little spurt of giggling, which was really starting to get on Mia’s nerves.
“Of course, of course. It’s perfectly natural. But I was thinking, you know, maybe you could use somebody to talk to about all that stuff, or really anything that might be bothering you.”
Anna looked confused. Mia was struggling to keep up a smile this wide. She did so hope she looked welcoming and friendly.
“Oh that’s like super nice of you and everything. But like, I don’t think a need a councillor, Mia. I’m doing pretty good.”
“Everybody could use somebody to talk to, Anna,” she replied. “I think a lot of people don’t even realise that they could really benefit from it. I certainly didn’t at first, but it was actually a really big help. And it’d all be on the company, so you wouldn’t be out of pocket.”
“I, um…” she trailed off. “Look I’m sure it’s great and all but I really don’t think I need it, and I don’t think I’d be comfortable. You know, talking about all private stuff with some stranger? Like what if it’s some creepy guy,” she said, the giggles once again coming straight back. Maybe Doctor Stewart could fix that problem.
Mia suppressed a sigh. She didn’t want to seem confrontational, but it really was important for somebody as young, attractive and vulnerable as Anna to have this kind of support.
“Oh no, I know them really well, there’s absolutely nothing to worry about. You wouldn't have to say anything you weren’t comfortable with. These people are professionals, and they’re happy to listen to anything you want to say, but they aren’t going to force you.”
Anna didn’t reply immediately, and the two enjoyed a few seconds of uncomfortable silence. Mia could tell that Anna was still definitely not onboard, but was struggling to come up with new ways to refuse politely. Mia thought about it for a few moments.
“Look, it’s unconventional, but what if I counted this as professional development time? If you still think it’s a waste of time after a session, then we won’t continue with it,” Mia said. Anna contemplated it for a moment.
“Well, I guess I am running a bit light on PD at the moment.” She laughed nervously. “Are you sure you can do that? Like it would be super cool but is that ok?”
Mia gestured towards the title on her desk for the second time that day.
“Stupid question, I guess!” she said. She exhaled slowly. “Ok, I can agree to that. Just one session as like a trial. I guess it would kinda be nice to have somebody to listen to me.”
Mia was overcome with joy, her internal state now matching the smile she’d been straining to hold this whole time.
“That’s great! I’ll sort out the paperwork for you. Could you just wait here for one moment?”
“Sure, no problem,” Anna said, still not looking thrilled but perhaps just glad to be past the awkwardness.
Mia dashed out the door and pulled up her phone. She needed to tell the Doctor the good news, and decided it was important enough to use his personal number. The phone rang a few times before being picked up.
“Hello Mia, what can I help you with?” he said in a soothing tone. Mia felt so relaxed just hearing that wonderful voice.
“Sorry to bother you during work hours Doctor, but I just wanted to let you know that Anna has agreed to see you. I was thinking of arranging the first session for some time next week.”
The Doctor took a few moments to respond.
“I’m actually free right now. It’s time to be helpful, Mia.”
Her world fell out from under her.
Anna’s eyes were already starting to look glassy.
“Back and forth, back and forth,” said Mia in the same delicate and metered tone she loved to hear from Doctor Stewart.
He was so kind, so caring, and made her feel so relaxed and sooooo good. That’s precisely how she wanted Anna to feel.
“Another deep breath in… and slowly let it out.”
Anna mirrored her breathing perfectly. Five seconds in, five seconds out. The whole time, her eyes never left the silver metronome, and the gentle ticking was like a warm blanket to Mia. It brought back so many delightful memories, none of which she could remember, but all of which she treasured dearly. Mia couldn’t quite remember how she’d actually convinced Anna to start watching the Metronome in the first place, but it didn’t seem important. It was probably just something Doctor Stewart had taught her, and that was good enough.
Back and forth. In and out. Mia kept the rhythm going until she was confident that Anna was ready to move on.
“I want you to draw your attention to your body. Think about your toes; as you do, I want you to just let go of all the tension you’ve built up in the muscles around there. Good. Now move your attention slowly across all the muscles along your feet, and as you do, just release all of that tension, too. Very good, Anna. This wave of relaxation is going to move sloooowly up to the heel of your feet, then make it’s way up across your ankles… and now into your calves. It feels so good to relax like this.”
By the time Mia had finished with the body scan, Anna had been struggling to keep her eyes open for several minutes.
“So relaxed, so at peace with everything now. You want so desperately to just close your eyes, and when they do close, you’ll sink even deeper into this wonderful state of relaxation.”
Mia snapped her fingers.
Strictly speaking, Doctor Stewart was not a real doctor. He had neither a PhD nor an MD, although he did have several far less impressive qualifications. He had once contemplated actually going through with postgrad studies, but once he discovered his true talents, all of that fell by the wayside. No, his path was a far more rewarding one.
He fastened his tie in the rear vision mirror and patted his pockets to see if he’d forgotten anything. Phone… wallet… keys... ah yes, I wouldn’t want to forget that. He opened the glove box and retrieved the bell.
The security guard buzzed him through the front door, and the elevator ride was brief, thankfully. He only vaguely recalled the route to Mia’s office, and was pleased to make only a single wrong turn. He noted that she’d locked the door just as instructed – he wouldn’t want anybody walking in on them, that was for sure. He slid the key in and unlocked it.
An acquaintance had once referred to this building as a “brutalist nightmare” but he found that he quite liked the way everything looked. It was all straight forward, practical, and delightfully ordered. These were all words he could just as easily apply to Mia herself, perhaps along with “chaste” and “extremely stubborn”.
Mia was delightfully cooperative in certain ways, but the one thing he had wanted most from her at the time was the one thing she simply refused to budge on. Sex was off the table, no matter how deep into trance she went. She was not a virgin, and had even enjoyed the sex that she’d experienced, but never the less, she had later decided that she was simply not going to do it again – some combination of her upbringing and religious beliefs perhaps, or maybe she was born that way. He wasn’t an expert on human development or sexuality, certainly. If Mia didn’t want to have sex, then that was totally fine, but perhaps there was somebody else that might be more interested. It was thus that in the deepest trance he had ever achieved with a subject, Isabella was born.
As fond as he was of Isabella – his Mona Lisa - Mia was still very useful. As he walked through the door of her office and saw the taut, blonde nymph slumped in the chair in a trance so deep she was drooling on herself, he took a moment to look up and thank all the gods he didn’t believe in for his good fortune.
Sitting opposite that nubile young thing was Mia, drifting peacefully in her own trance, just as instructed. The sight of the two beautiful women sitting there like that was having a profound effect on him, but he quickly reminded himself that he had work to do first. He closed and locked the door behind him, then walked over and knelt down behind Mia. He was almost sorry to disturb her rest. Almost.
“Mia, can you hear me?”
She remained perfectly still save for the subtle motions of her jaw.
“Yes Doctor, I can hear you.”
“Very good, Mia, you’ve been very helpful today.”
The corners of her lips curled up slightly.
“Thank you Doctor,” she said softly.
He stood and slowly turned. Once again he found himself admiring the girl before him. The photos that Mia had sent made her look hot as hell, and he was thrilled to discover that she lived up to them in person. She was wearing what seemed to be a rather form fitting black dress underneath an elegant white jacket, topped off with a pair of dark stockings and some nice but practical leather shoes. This was doing nothing to slow the stirring downstairs.
“Can you hear me, Anna?”
“Yes…” she replied sluggishly.
God, he thought. He instinctively bit his lip as he scanned up and down her body. For her frame, she had almost outrageously generous cleavage, something that he’d been thinking about on and off all day.
“You’re so relaxed, Anna. So deeply relaxed. You could just drift like this forever, it feels so wonderful.”
It was getting difficult to ignore. He wanted her badly, but one did not simply snap their fingers and have a sex slave. He would need to get to know her, come to understand her deeply and determine how her personality might be warped to suit him. He had some ideas brewing there already, but it would take time and patience, two words his more animal urges were presently very incompatible with. He’d planned to wait until after their first session, but...
“And you will just keep drifting, Anna, with not a care in the world. You…” he paused, and thought for a moment. “You’d like to stay this way, feeling so safe, so secure, so relaxed and wonderful. And I’d like to help you with that. Wouldn’t that be nice?”
“In a moment, you’ll find yourself drifting even deeper, always deeper, and you’ll find that you just don’t care about what’s going on around you. The sounds of the room will fade into nothing. You won’t have to worry about remembering what’s going on, you can just focus on the wonderful, warm, blissful feeling of this delightful trance.”
Anna seemed to be more than happy to go along with this so far, and Doctor Stewart was relieved as much as anything.
“You won’t have to worry because I’ll make sure everything is safe and right out here in the world. And I hope that by keeping you safe, and warm, and happy, you’ll come to understand that I always have your best interests at heart. You can always trust me, Anna. When it’s time to become more aware again, I’ll gently tap you on your forehead. Do you understand?”
“Wonderful,” he said. “Start floating now.”
His new subject now put on hold, he wasted no time. He rang the bell.
Isabella’s eyes shot open and she glanced around the room.
“Mmmm, it’s about time, Boss, I was starting to think you’d nev-”
Doctor Stewart grabbed her by the throat, and Bella’s whole body tensed up immediately.
“Oh, right into it today,” she croaked out.
“I don’t want any of your shit right now, understood?”
“Of course not, Doctor,” she said in the most innocent voice she could muster. “I’ve been a good girl, I promise.” She looked up into his eyes and did her best Bambi impression.
“Is that so?”
She didn’t respond. Isabella had very much not been a good girl, although the fruits of her recent labours had not yet ripened.
Doctor Stewart lifted her up and pushed her over the long, mahogany desk. She allowed the desk to take all of her weight and spread her legs nice and wide for him. She heard the belt buckle chime as his pants fell to the ground just behind her. He grabbed her ass and squeezed firmly. She stood up on her toes, instinctively willing his hand to get closer to where she needed it. He didn’t keep her waiting long, fingers seeking her out and slipping in effortlessly. She gasped.
“Wet already, I see,” said the Doctor.
As Doctor Stewart retracted his finger, grabbed his cock and prepared to begin, Isabella turned her head and pouted, wiggling her ass slightly.
“Are you sure you don’t want to teach me a lesson first?”
Isabella loved foreplay, but she didn’t need it. She was always horny. She was always ready. She was everything that stupid poopy-head Mia wasn’t. But she’d be damned if she was going to pass up an opportunity for some fun.
“Bella, it’s been less than a minute since you told me, to my face, that you’ve been a good girl.”
Isabella’s pout grew more pronounced.
“So why would I need to teach you a lesson?”
“Um… I um…” she began. She couldn’t tell him what she’d actually done. He might be able to put a stop to it before she’d had a chance to see it through. She was going to be bad, oh so very bad, and it was going to be delicious. She scrambled to think to something else. “I forgot to brush my teeth last night.” She turned away and started cringing almost before she’d finished saying it.
The Doctor rolled his eyes.
“Pleeaaase,” she whispered. “Oh please, please please please…”
The Doctor slapped her on the ass swiftly, and she let out a little yelp. Yeeesssss.
“It appears I do need to teach you something after all,” he said. He struck her again, and this time she moaned. “About your place.” Whack. “About how if I’ve told you to do something, you should do it.” She gasped, then moaned again.
“Oh yes Doctor, teach me, teach me all about that…”
“I need somebody who will fucking do as they’re told,” he said, pushing her back down onto the desk. He guided his cock gently up to her pussy, but remained frustratingly just outside it.
“Please Doctor… Please just fucking stuff me, oh my god…”
When she wasn’t in control, Isabella watched Mia going about her business every day. It was so dull. She wished the reverse was true – she wished Mia, that goddamn prude would have to sit through her work, see what she got up to. Maybe once she figured out how fucking good it all felt, she’d learn to have some fun of her own for once. But no, the Doctor wanted to maintain his stupid wall between them.
“Just keep it down, alright? If you start screaming, I’m stopping, got it?”
He pushed inside her. She bit down on her lip and her muscles tensed up.
“Ohhh yes Doctor,” she said, a little louder than she knew he wanted.
“I said quietly,” he said, slapping her yet again as he continued to thrust. She was true to her word. Or true-ish, at least. She kept her mouth closed as she met him stroke for stroke. She wondered if Mia had ever been curious about why it was that she was so toned despite never doing any exercise. Probably not, she thought.
Doctor Stewart was honestly quite talented. He was always careful to adapt his pace to suit her, and gave her exactly the right amount of pinches and pressures to keep escalating her arousal. The fact that he’d programmed her to like what he liked might have had something to do with that, she mused, but that really just made it even hotter. Her eyes rolled back slightly. Oh yeah, this is the fucking life.
From where they were standing, Isabella and Doctor Stewart could both see Anna, sitting there in silence, breathing softly in and out. Isabella felt oddly jealous of the girl. She had no idea of what was coming for her. She had so much pleasure to discover for the first time. Bella hoped she could convince the Doctor to let her play, too.
“Oh fuuuckk,” she said.