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Inhaltsangabe: A superb selection of stories from great writers who have mastered the not-so-gentle art of bondage fiction, Best Bondage Erotica 2011 is the debut of a stimulating new series. These stories of forbidden desires and sexual fantasies shock, scintillate, and mesmerize. Award-winning editor Rachel Kramer Bussel has created one of the most daring erotica collections, with work by Elizabeth Coldwell, Janine Ashbless, and more. How do you want to be tied up? Let Best Bondage Erotica 2011 count the ways . . . using everything from rope to handcuffs, silk ties to cling wrap, ethernet cables, and more. With stories that feature a sexy little mermaid, a randy circus act, an IT manager at a fetish club, and a Las Vegas photographer with an eye for kink, Best Bondage Erotica 2011 offers erotic insight for newbies and experienced players alike.Table of contents:Introduction: The Joy of Restraint
The Long Way Home Elizabeth Coldwell
His Little Apprentice Jacqueline Applebee
Foreign Exchange Evan Mora
The Ingénue Janine Ashbless
Reasoning Tenille Brown
Subdue Dusty Horn
Relative Anonymity Emerald
Closeted Emily Bingham
Vegas Treat Rachel Kramer Bussel
The Cartographer Angela Caperton
The Apiary Megan Butcher
Wired Lisabet Sarai
How the Little Mermaid Got Her Tail Back Andrea Dale
The Lady or the Tiger Bill Kte'pi
Sealed for Freshness Jennifer Peters
Stocks and Bonds Rita Winchester
Helen Lay Bound Suzanne V. Slate
The Rainmaker Elizabeth Daniels
Do You See What I Feel? Teresa Noelle Roberts
Truss Issues Lux Zakari
From the Inside Flap:
Introduction: The Joy of Restraint
Perhaps I shouldn't have been surprised to find, when putting together this anthology, that about 75 percent of the story submissions involved the submissive's, or bottom's, point of view. When it comes to bondage, the feeling of giving in, surrendering, allowing oneself to be placed at someone else's mercy, comes alive on the page, and these authors certainly know how to vividly depict that appeal. Though there are stories here from a top's perspective, told by dominants who delight in the thrill of watching a lover squirm andsubmit, most of the stories here go the other way.
Take "The Rainmaker," by Elizabeth Daniels, in which Amy, a bit uncertain, allows herself to overcomeher fears and get tied up:
Darkness and the ropes enfolded Amy like a chrysalis. Her mind was clear, finally at peace.After months of agonizing over every step of foreplay, after sex that consisted of checklists and flow charts compiled from hours of research, for once, she did not need to think or plan. Like extra dark chocolate, such dependence was not something she would want every day, but for the moment, it was a bite of bitter bliss.
I especially appreciate the stories here that illuminate the leap of faith one needs to make to allow someone else to bind him. In "Truss Issues," Emy repeatedly tells Samir that she's not into bondage, doesn't want to be tied up, and yet, somewhere inside, she knows that isn't totally true. "To her surprise, her body didn't sync up to her beliefs. She felt a warm liquid rush flood her cunt... Cursing her body for its betrayal, Emy nestled her teeth in her lower lip and forced her breathing to remain calm, to not come out as a needy whimper." What happens when she surrenders teaches her that she doesn't have to give up all of herself to enjoy the sweet friction and emotional journey that submission due to bondage can incur.
In the lesbian scene in Dusty Horn's "Subdue," the narrator finds herself, finds the core of her submission, and learns how to be patient.
After what seems like eons without touch, her hot hand on my chin is electrifying. She lifts it up and back, pressing something against my smooth exposed throat. Tugging firmly up on the hair at the nape of my neck, she wraps the rest of the mystery object against the top of my spine where my still body meets my busy mind.
"This is mine," she hums to me as she slides a metal clasp into place. "This is not your collar. It's mine, for you to wear."
The collar bulges around my neck, a leather halo engorged with blood.
Other stories stand out for their unique scenarios. In "The Ingénue,"by Janine Ashbless, a young woman finds a bound man outside in the yard, and goes to investigate this curious vision. "How the Little Mermaid Got Her Tail Back," by Andrea Dale, puts a kinky twist on a beloved fairy tale. In "Sealed for Freshness," Mitchell pays for his disobedience witha flogging against his plastic-wrapped skin, while in "Stocks and Bonds," some historical role-play at a Renaissance Festival leaves Kerri begging for mercy.
I was looking for stories that spanned the world of bondage, and boy did I get that! Here, you'll find rope and handcuffs, as you might expect, but you'll also find cling wrap, Ethernet cables, stocks and bonds, silk ties and other implements whose creators probably didn't intend them to be used in kinky play. There's bondage at the office, bondage onstage, and under a red turtleneck sweater dress. There's are bondage beginners and seasoned pros, men and women who offer up their wrists, ankles, necks and other body parts to those just itching to play with them.
This is a book for anyone who wants to know what's so arousing about being tied up. Whether you've ever experienced bondage or not, these authors boldly take you along as they negotiate what they are and aren't willing to give up, and illustrate the blissful beauty that can take place, inside and outside, when you make the choice to give up some of your freedom and mobility in order to access the world from a new perspective.
If what drew you to this book was the stunningly sexy image on the cover, I can assure you that the stories you'll find inside is just as hot--dare I say, possibly even hotter. They are about so much more than simply what one looks like while tied up; for instance, what it feels like to wait, longing for release while also hoping the joy of restraint never ends. That push/pull is at the heart of bondage, and that is what you will experience along with the characters, those brave subs, brats, bad girls and naughty boys who offer themselves up so their masters and mistresses--and to you, the reader--can savor them, one click of the handcuffs at a time.
Rachel Kramer Bussel
New York City
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