This thread is very much a work in process. I will be adding ideas frequently.
1. The First Prisoner of War
Tensions have been building between two kingdoms for a long time, and news that the war has finally started has only started to spread when the first blow is struck. She is the daughter of a lord, part of society's elite, but in the lower end of that class. Her father's holdings are attacked without warning, and despite a valiant defense, they fall. Their captor is an enemy prince, the youngest of seven. He is eager to prove himself to his kingdom, and this victory will go a long way towards that end.
Holding the town with his small force is out of the question, so he takes what he can, including the lord and his family. The lord and most of the others will be ransomed back to their kingdom, but the prince sees potential in the daughter. If she could be broken and forced to serve him, she would be a powerful status symbol. More than that, when he looks at her, he longs to see her submit to him.
2. The Club
This one is more of a modern setting. Obsession is the newest club in town, and it is a major hit. While the club draws in a great deal of young people, it is also the cause of a growing mystery. About once a week, a young woman will leave the club experiencing a state of extreme bliss. When the effect wears off, the victim has no memory of what happened in the club, but they want to experience the blissful effects again. Each victim tests negative for drugs, and the club itself has also proven to be clean. There is little more the police can do, but the mystery remains.
One young female detective has taken it upon herself to find the truth. She goes undercover to the club in the hopes of catching the owner in the act. The truth she discovers if far more bizarre than simple drugs. The owner of the club, Jason Keller, appears to be in his mid 20's, but in reality he is closer to 500. He is a supernatural being, someone who feeds on the emotions of of his female victims. As part of the feeding process, he generates an extreme sensation of bliss in the victim. When the bliss ends, the victim will crave more of it, but won't remember what happened. Once exposed to the bliss, the craving for it never goes away. They will just want more and more of it, and will do anything to get it.
Jason never feeds on the same victim twice, as he finds it boring. The detective impresses him though, and he starts to question that policy. Many of his ancestors kept humans and trained them to serve, and for the first time he is starting to have that same craving.