When medical student, Stefanie, appeared, on campus, she instantly became the center of attention. She evoked both admiration and envy. She has a troublesome relationship with her father who often chastised her. During early childhood, Bucking was the object of her daydreams, and she wallowed in sorrow and joy. In her life, there is a simple and introverted young man, Gregor, who accepted her, and they enjoyed their time together. What will be Gregor's role in Stefanie's life? Will her resentment against her father destroy her? Will she continue to only seek the pleasure of perversion? How will Stefanie proceed, especially now that she has a life partner? And what will Gregor, who keeps a meager existence, contribute to Stefanie's life? Author Paul Keuss (1938) worked as a researcher and writer in the field of biophysics. For several decades, he worked on long meritorious work that focused on the field of agriculture, specifically palm oil. As a member of a national group that studies the field of SM (the VSSM) and as a columnist, he has contributed a lot to a number of respected magazines.