Labour election hopeful is best-selling bondage novel author
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.
“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