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Who is Becca Huxley?

Becca Huxley. Professional Dominatrix, Domme, and… masochistic slave?

She appeared out of nowhere while I was writing Freedom in Chains (formerly published as “Days Off with Lindsay, Molly’s Story on Literotica). When the door to the dungeon opened and The Goddess stepped out, she was all evil grins, tangible power, and confidence that could take down a country. I was hooked.

In Let’s Play a Game, she was just a name; a filler character with no descriptions other than knee-high boots and rocking hips.

In Ashes of Sin and Stardust, she was a former lover and close friend, and we learn so much more about her. But Ashes takes place in 2016 in the Lindsay-verse. The Goddess goes back in time to approximately 2008.

Who is Becca Huxley?

I won’t spoil anything for anyone who hasn’t read the books. But Becca is an interesting conundrum, because I don’t think she knew who she was at the beginning of this book. I sure didn’t. I had to take that Warrior Queen, the Goddess of sexuality and discipline, the empowered, confident, kind character that I knew from Molly’s book, and figure out who she was before that, and how she got there.

One of the most powerful moments in the book, for me, was when Becca truly embraced herself. Not just her dominance, but her sadism. This single line, those three words, never cease to make goosebumps rise on my skin, no matter how many times I re-read the scene.

Watching Becca Huxley step into her own power, embrace herself, and evolve into a Goddess was such an exciting experience. If you loved her before, I think you’ll love her even more now.

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