- Totally Bound
- Release Date
- November 2015
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
How will a husband and wife cope when they're told one of their favourite kinky pastimes is temporarily off the menu?
Tristan and Jayme are not only devoted husband and wife, they are also Dominant and submissive, with a particular penchant for spanking. They've been playing delicious kinky games for the fifteen years they've been together and couldn't be happier. However, when Tristan develops a health issue that means he can't redden his wife's backside for a while, it puts both of them under a lot of strain. It's a big part of their sex life and one they'll miss badly.
They try to find a way around their unfortunate predicament, but it's not easy. In the end, Tristan declares that he will either spank Jayme's bottom properly, or not at all.
The prospect of no spanking at all dismays Jayme, but she has no other choice. Or does she? Continuing to put her mind toward the issue, she indulges in some solo experimentation, with mixed results.
But how will Tristan feel when he finds out his wife has gone behind his back?
Reader Advisory: This book contains anal sex and a scene of female ejaculation.
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released as part of the Over the Knee anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.
Dec 31, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
83 people found the following review helpful
What happens when you can no longer do something you love?Author Lucy Felthouse delves into this issue with Tristan and Jayme in PROPERLY OR NOT AT ALL.
I was expecting a naughty read, especially since this one included references to the BDSM lifestyle. Although there's a high level of explicitness, the story lacked the depth I had anticipated.
Perhaps I was simply so disappointed by the issue of contention between the couple that it overshadowed my appreciation of the overall storyline, but something seemed to be lacking.
While there was chemistry between the couple, it wasn't quite enough to keep the storyline exciting and fresh. Direct communication between the two probably could've resolved the issue well before it got out of hand.
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