Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Review: Whips and Wax By: Bonnie Bliss

Marie loves her husband Neil. He is her Dom too, the perfect Dom, for her, and her dream man. An unexpected package, a surprise that makes her so hot she just can't wait, so she rushes upstairs. If only Marie wasn't such a bratty kitten.

Neil arrives home, catching her in the act and she knows she's in trouble. With her love and trust, she accepts his punishment.

Sir takes her to new heights forcing orgasms, extended whip play and dripping wax. Join our couple on their latest adventure into their journey of BDSM.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, strong BDSM theme and content (including/not limited to bondage, whipping, restraints, spanking, etc). The characters are a married couple and all sex is consensual.
 My Review:

Our story begins with Marie sinking into the tub....after getting up early, making breakfast, getting her husband off to work and her daughter ready and off to school, and then cleaning up the house..Marie was due for a long soak in the tub.  The thing I like the most about this sweet short is that it shows a normal married couple involved happily in the lifestyle.  Most people assume that it is all about orgies and mass torture devices and forget that kinkiness can be exclusive.  So this tantalizing novella gives an amazingly sophisticated glimpse into another avenue of BDSM.  Its almost like taking a peek behind your next door neighbors bedroom door, the normal assuming couple, and shockingly discovering it really is a dungeon!!  Excellent read!!


Sally Bibrary said...

Bonnie does a wonderful job of presenting the human, neighbourly side of BDSM. Still sexy and kinky, but still something a novice can relate to.

Denise Z said...

Well you certainly got my attention LOL I will never look at my neighbors the same :) Thank you for sharing today.

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