Gretel's Game: Seduction, Power & Female Dominance by King Key
The alluring Gretel Fox is on top of her game. Exploiting Casper Waverly’s sexual guilt, she fleeces him of eighteen hundred dollars, spanks him, and makes him fire Kurt Merchant, her opening maneuver to steal Casper’s firm. Donning a macho leather outfit to play “Greg,” she shafts her own boss, Sidney Schisslinger, in her grab for Sidney’s company. Later, Gretel cheats Kurt out of his hard-earned business award, publicly humiliates him, and dispatches her henchman, Bruiser Blunden, to vandalize Kurt’s classic Corvette. Seducing Casper out of thirty percent of his company, Gretel stands above him, insisting Casper kneel and kiss her until his wife arrives with her lawyer.
Putting men on their knees is clearly Gretel’s specialty, and with such power, it would seem that the wily Dominant Female can get anything she wants.
But then, Gretel’s game unravels. She can’t indulge her in her darkest desires because Kurt loves her so much he accepts what she dishes out. The architect of her game plan deserts her, and Gretel’s nemesis, Jessica Noble, tries to steal Kurt. Gretel could inherit a multimillion-dollar business conglomerate from her late husband—but his family continues contesting his will. Ominously, Sidney and Bruiser conspire again against her.
Meanwhile, Gretel smirks because they’re too naïve to play Gretel’s Game.