Labour elec­tion hope­ful is best-sell­ing bondage novel au­thor

Bangor Mail - - News - Ly­dia Mor­ris

ACANDIDATE look­ing to get elected as a new North Wales MP is the au­thor of best-sell­ing bondage nov­els “steamier than Fifty Shades”.

St­effie Williams Roberts, 27, is look­ing to claim the Ar­fon seat for the Labour Party in De­cem­ber.

Un­der her pen name St­effie Dawn, she has writ­ten a num­ber of racy books that have been in the Ama­zon Erot­ica Top 10.

They fo­cus on BDSM (Bondage, Dis­ci­pline, Sadism and Masochism). Her seven-part se­ries, A Week With My Ro­ma­nian was pub­lished in 2013.

It fol­lows a sub­mis­sive who has been shar­ing an on­line re­la­tion­ship with an East­ern Euro­pean dom­i­nant. The first Meet­ing My Mas­ter – shot to num­ber three on the Ama­zon Erot­ica Best­seller List within six weeks.

One re­viewer wrote: “This book is emo­tional and very steamy. It’s not for you if you are prud­ish! This book made my eyes bug out and my mouth drop open sev­eral times. You bet­ter get on board the ‘Ro­ma­nian Train’.”

Speak­ing to our sis­ter pa­per the Daily Post, step­mother-of-two St­effie, who lives with her wife in Ban­gor, said her work was a “hobby that will al­ways be part of me”.

She added: “I ex­press­ing my­self.”

Born in Rhi­wlas, Ban­gor, Mrs Williams Roberts grew up on the Maes­geirchen Es­tate and stud­ied Law at Univer­sity be­fore join­ing the Labour party in 2015.

She says her pri­or­ity pol­icy is to en­sure there is fairer fund­ing in Wales in the fu­ture.

“It’s time for real change. I’ve seen public ser­vices starved of money over the years,” she said.

Mas­ter en­joy

“I want to see fairer fund­ing for Wales in places with higher rates of poverty and un­em­ploy­a­bil­ity.

“It’s all about op­por­tu­ni­ties, youth and life chances. We need proper fund­ing for Wales.

“I’m a real change for Ar­fon – I’m a stronger and newer voice.”

Mrs Williams Roberts, who still lives in Ban­gor with her wife and chil­dren, is also a for­mer beauty pageant con­tes­tant, with qual­i­fi­ca­tions in Dance and Per­form­ing Arts.

She suc­ceeded Mary Grif­fiths Clarke as the Labour can­di­date.

Ms Grif­fiths Clarke an­nounced re­cently that she no longer planned to run.

Mrs Williams Roberts is up against Plaid Cymru’s Hy­wel Williams and the Brexit Party’s Gary Gribben.

● St­effie Williams Roberts, 27, is look­ing to claim the Ar­fon seat for the Labour Party

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