Dysfunctional Debauchery (Fifty-Seven Shades of Shit)

Alex Cook
Dysfunctional Debauchery (Fifty-Seven Shades of Shit)
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Horny Devil Publishing
Release Date
February 2013
BDSM, Erotic Romance

Convinced his wife, Kate, is cheating, George Bethers entrusts the ridiculous advice of his self-absorbed, non-best friend and idiotic neighbor, John, as they gear up to catch her in the act.

Completely unaware of his suspicions, Kate has worked hard at keeping a secret from her husband in a last bid attempt to obtain the BDSM sex life she desires after reading the delicious escapades of a very famous book character.

When a man loves a woman so much that he tries to be someone else, the dangerous obsession sends their sex life spiraling out of control when a series of disastrous outcomes can only lead to Dysfunctional Debauchery.

Book Review by Vixhen (reviewer)
Feb 19, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
155 people found the following review helpful
The second installment of this story is a comedy of errors as George's attempt to give his wife some sexual healing is thwarted at every turn. Will poor George ever get to release his "inner Dom"?

George, the hapless, would-be Dom is back along with his trusty sidekick and next-door neighbor, John. When last we left these two, George was still reeling from having a complete meltdown when he thought he'd discovered his wife's infidelity. Little did he realize the impact that a popular trilogy of racy books would have on his sex life.

Believing that his wife is no longer interested in "vanilla" sex, he sets out to become the Dom of her Dreams. After not having much luck in the whips and chains area, he decides to give his wife a Valentine's Day to remember replete with toys picked up at a local sex shop. As the ball gets rolling, George believes he hits his stride in the BDSM department. However, he wasn't prepared for a little intrusion that will not only leave him embarrassed but in handcuffs!

I loved the comical exchanges between George and John. Their trip to the sex shop was a laugh riot! I genuinely enjoyed this book. The plot and characters are well developed with John and George being two of the funniest males I've read in a long time. I only wish the book were longer. It seems that once the action got started, the story came to an abrupt end. All in all, this was a quick, fun read that will leave you anxiously awaiting the next release.
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