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La Crimson Femme

Welcome to my dungeon ~ book reviews, musings and education relating to erotica, graphic sex and more. I love gentle pain mixed with rough pleasure.

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Origins of a Fetish: The Evolving Fantasies and Fetishes of a Gentleman

Origins of a Fetish: The Evolving Fantasies and Fetishes of a Gentleman - Simone Freier This story starts out quite well with Sam and his kinky wife. Sam's good friend from Europe stops by and they discuss some kinky taboos and how Americans are sexual repressed. This is a popular sentiment and I wonder how this will go. What is unexpected is a tragedy which leaves Sam all by himself. How is he to explore all these sexual adventures without a partner?

This book is best viewed from an erotic awakening sense. It's almost like a "Chronicles of a single kinky older white male". Sam figures out he is into anal play as well as into medical play. He likes the control and forcing of a bottom to feel embarrassed. Finding a play partner in the most unlikely of places - his neighbor's college age daughter is a surprise.

Before he can explore more kink with Kelly, he does go through a couple of females and learns what he likes and dislikes. The thing with this story is that from a character perspective, there isn't too much development. I feel nothing for Sam. The matter of fact way of the kinky play is rather too numbers oriented and a little clinical. Not arousing at all even though medical play is one of my favourites.

Still, this is a new to me author who intrigues me. I am interested enough to read the next book in this trilogy.

* A book was given to read for an honest review