This book is bananas
Curious about BDSM? Unsure how to ask a lady in your life if she’d like to be your submissive? Or are you looking for ways to use S&M terms in public when talking to friends?
I have the solution and book (series) for you.
My review so far: WHOA.
I finally caved and read this, you know, after it was on the TODAY show, cover of Entertainment Weekly and I heard enough recommendations from friends, co-workers, Twitter and even my boss.
This weekend, I ran in to three people at the bar who were reading it.
And not too long after I started, I had to find someone to talk about it with because the sh*t in there was insane. Insane to an apparently prudish, sexually conservative Midwest girl who only learned about S&M and plushies and furries from cable TV.
That is what this book does, it makes you want to talk about it and you cannot help but tell others. I cannot stop talking to my friends about it. It’s that crazy to me.
So why else does it resonate with women? According to EW, two words: erotic imagination. This leaves little to it but definitely indulges it when the maybe the sex drive ebbs and flows, or you’re in a drought (cough).
That’s nothing to be embarrassed about. Let’s just say, your inner monologue gets a lot more creative. Wink.
Looks like I need to find me a new man in my life to…discuss it more.
I even downloaded a preview of the second book tonight. Guess that was inevitable.
And I’ve made the mental note that baby oil is great to soothe redness and pain brought on by spanking. It’s like a BDSM PSA. The more you know.
Are you guys reading this? What do you think?