Anne-Marie, the rules enforcing authority on the dorm floor, receives a noise complaint about Rosalie the Lesbian Stalker’s dorm room. The sound of loud sex!
Anne-Marie investigates thinking where there’s sex there must be boys violating dorm code.
Anne-Marie sure won’t find any boys… but she will find lots of sex….
Rosalie the Lesbian Stalker hunted, seduced, and tamed three young women into becoming her roommate sex pets. She transformed her dorm room into her personal sexual paradise.
However, trouble knocks on Rosalie’s door at four in the morning and her name is Anne-Marie. She is the Resident Assistant and has the authority to kick Rosalie out of the dorms.
The problem of Anne-Marie could actually be an opportunity. Anne-Marie is a beauty!
Rosalie is a believer that when life gives you lemons you squeeze them hard and make lemonade. Can she put the squeeze on Anne-Marie and, if she can, what form could the “lemonade” take?
The lesbian stalker will stalk again….
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
The stalker personality and how to handle it if you had one is intriguing. The stalker represents someone who is so determined that will do almost anything to get what they want.
The twist of the stalker being a lesbian and the person receiving their attention being a straight girl adds to the conflict. Then the question: What happens if the "victim" is defeated by the stalker and the stalker gets everything she wants? What then? To what dark fate would this lead?
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Rosalie started off as a sort of "Supporting Actress" in "Cara Tries To Be A Good Example". In that book she was a dominant lesbian who already had a submissive sex pet who inspired the character of Mindy Short, her friend, to seduce and train her own sex pet (her new roommate, Cara).
Later Mindy gets sexual control over the college Director of Housing which led me to think about what misuses they could put her authority to. Which led to Rosalie actually being a stalker who had thus far failed to seduce or stalk into submission a girl named Lauri.
So Mindy helps her domme friend by forcing the Director to move Lauri in with Rosalie. Thus the book "Lauri's Lesbian Stalker Becomes Her Roommate". Awkward, right?
Rosalie's character and the surrounding plots developed organically you could say. I did not plan them out. It was more like they came to my attention as necessary and natural (no matter how unnatural the things Rosalie actually does).
In this latest book "Lesbian Stalker Stalks Again" the central character, really, is the "victim". She is a new character named Anne-Marie. She also came about naturally. I thought about the loud bizarre sexual events going on in Rosalie's dorm room night after night and realized someone would notice and likely complain.
They would complain to authority and dorms have Resident Assistants (at least at some colleges) who are students, usually more senior ones, trusted to watch over dorm floors that they live on. In this case a Senior named Anne-Marie. Then I envisioned a personality of someone who would seek out and be good in that position.
I like my protagonists to be good girls and women who are facing wickedness. It is good vs. evil but on a small scale and in a sexual setting.
It is important to me for the characters to be as real and well developed as possible and sometimes they seem more real to me than real people. You get to know their inner thoughts after all. You will see that Anne-Marie has a unique personality. She has a tremendous sense of caring and responsibility with some shyness and some unique personality twerks.
Smart and pretty and backed up by authority you'd think she has the advantage in the sexual confrontation. However, Rosalie the Lesbian Stalker and her cohorts, despite plain or less looks and mostly inferior intellects, are determined and with a dangerous amount of knowledge of psychology and how a woman's body works. In reality, they have the advantage when trying to take advantage of Anne-Marie.
In a way, Rosalie, Mindy, and the dominants represent physical sexual needs and their victims represent the mental control and refusal of those needs.
Instead of mind over matter the books become sex over mind. Sexual needs and pleasures take over and dominate into submission the minds and their attached morality.
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