- Totally Bound
- Release Date
- November 2015
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
Should she agree to be spanked? Just the once? It would all be in the name of research, of course…
When journalist Kirsten Anderson is told by her boss to write an article about BDSM she's extremely reluctant. She tries to get out of it by claiming she doesn't know anything about BDSM, but that isn't strictly true. None of her colleagues know about her kinky past and she has no intention of letting them find out, but she isn't in a position to turn the assignment down either.
When her friend Chloe sees how stressed Kirsten is about the article she offers to take her to a BDSM club to find some inspiration. Kirsten agrees, but doesn't mention that she used to go to this particular club regularly until a bad experience made her turn her back on the kinky lifestyle three years earlier.
Returning to the club and watching the scenes around them reminds Kirsten what she's missing. She's envious of the girl being flogged by her Dom nearby, but she's so busy denying it that she doesn't recognize the burning need inside her. Until she spots Eddie—a colleague she's got a secret crush on—working in the club as a Dungeon Monitor.
Eddie reintroduces her to the joys of Dominance and submission, the delicious sting of a spanking and the incredible sex that follows. But is she strong enough to conquer her fears?
Publisher's Note: This book was previously released as part of the Over the Knee anthology by Totally Bound Publishing.
Dec 17, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
104 people found the following review helpful
Sometimes the only way to deal with fear is to face it. That's the case for Kirsten in KNEEL FOR YOU by Katy Swann.
She's assigned a BDSM-related story, which involves some research at a local club. When she runs into a co-worker there, her submissiveness rises to the surface. Will she be able to face her fears with Eddie's help?
While it is a fairly quick read, the author does a phenomenal job incorporating realism with the BDSM lifestyle. Mistakes can happen, which was clearly demonstrated in Kirsten's situation.
The storyline moved forward without lagging. While somewhat predictable, the overall impact was good. I was impressed with the character development. Although Eddie is a Dom, he demonstrated a solid responsiveness to Kirsten's fears. As a result, everyone benefits.
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