Under Her Thumb: Erotic Stories of Female Domination will whet your appetite for all things Fem Dom. The book is a feast to be savored, whether your desires lean toward the bottom, the top, or you are simply curious. “Quiet” by Andrea Zanin will prepare you for all that is to come, and whether your interests lie in the loving submission of Lawrence Westerman’s “Her Majesty’s Plaything,” boys wrestling for the opportunity to please their mistress in Laura Antoniou’s “Blame Spartacus” or the ultimate domination of Valerie Alexander’s “La Sexorcista,” you will find what you’re looking for, and more – under her thumb. From a foreword by Midori to stories by greats like Rachel Kramer Bussel, D. L. King, Teresa Noelle Roberts, Dominic Santi and more, you won’t want to put the book down; but you’ll have to – from time to time.
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I love most Erotic writing. (especially when done well) BS/SM Male and Female Domination, gay and lesbian all kinky types of sexual encounters are exciting if done by some one who knows what they are writing about and how to draw you into their story. This collection did that.
This is an anthology so each story had it's own special moment of pleasure, and or surprise.
He did a very nice job of expressing the point of the submissive and the dom's in these stories. Expressing all emotions and feeling very well.
D. L. King usually puts together fine collections of anthologies. Besides being a very good writer of erotica., she has the knowledge of knowing what people will enjoy in various genres. If you enjoy Femdom.....you may enjoy this if you enjoy Erotica you may enjoy this. I know I did
I first experienced D.L King's work at a reading and was transfixed by her humor and her ability to transport the reader. This was the first Audible.com book I purchased and my favorite. There are so many erotic short stories in this collection, "Blame Spartacus", "The Dinner Party", and D.L. King's own story of a runner that is funny and erotic.
The narrator, D. Andrews is perfect for this audiobook. Listen and enjoy.
Yes I would listen to it again, because the stories were wonderful.
Sub-dar was fantastic.
Slow, deep and quiet. I had to turn my audio up louder than normal and at times find the narration hard to understand especially words with s in them. The letter (S) seemed to be dragged out.
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