DOTTIE FOR YOU Episode 2: DOTTIE CAN’T DIE, is out today! if you thought Episode 1 didn’t have enough ageplay, spanking, anal sex, corpse dismemberment, consensual cannibalism, necrophilia, and steaming hot dysfunctional psycho romance, rest assured DOTTIE FOR YOU Episode 2: DOTTIE CAN’T DIE will satisfy your perverse cravings. best of all, this episode is novella-length, as are most DOTTIE episodes i am writing now and will be writing in the future.
we all know deep down inside we have the capacity to be just as depraved as harold fleetwood. it’s why we read the marquis de sade, the degenerate fairy godfather of this surreal sci-fi romance. let DOTTIE prove you love it, baby. buy episode 2 of the series i can’t believe painted blue publishing is letting me publish here! while you’re tooling around check out the back matter for episode 3 and 4, available for pre-order on the amazon series page.
oh, and if you’re a really sick, sick pervert (u know, my favorite kind) be absolutely sure to stick around after for instructions on how to get the first short episode of DOTTIE AFTER DARK, the DOTTIE side series full of sequences too depraved to publish on amazon. stay tuned for information on how to acquire future DOTTIE AFTER DARK secret episodes.
DOTTIE FOR YOU EPISODE 2: DOTTIE CAN’T DIE
For a man with a lot of money and a depraved imagination, Harold Fleetwood has never dreamed of anybody like Dottie. Young, beautiful, talented, charming, the captivating office secretary who moonlights as a guro artist speaks to his very soul. Better still, her magical abilities are out of this world. After visiting her home for an intense evening of pleasure with his fellow Dolcett aficionado, Harold has learned something very vital: he’s learned DOTTIE CAN’T DIE.
But that doesn’t mean she doesn’t leave a corpse when her pulse is stopped. The first question in the aftermath of this strange discovery is the issue of what to do with the dead body…and given their mutual taboo proclivities, the solution may be simple enough.
Setting aside their devouring passions, however, the real question is: where the devil do they go from here?
This serialized work of transgressive horrotica explores concepts that some readers may find disturbing. Discretion is strongly advised.