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"It will be okay," she said, soothingly. "I'm going to hurt you, but it will be okay. As long as you obey me absolutely, I'm going to free you from all of those bad, guilty, big boy problems. You'll be my happy little boy; I promise. Now ask Mistress Mommy to punish you."

I was barely able to fight off the urge to cry, gave a single sob - of gratitude or fear or disgust or confusion, of desire or pain or relief or incredulity - and did as I had been told.

©2016 Zelig Media (P)2017 Zelig Media

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Disturbing Portrait

Married for over 10 years a husband is rudely awakened, only to find his life is going to be fundamentally changed in the ultimate role reversal with his wife.

This is a story of male submission. Not my forte, but I’ve listened to a few that I have enjoyed. This one doesn’t fall into that category. I found author Jon Zelig story disturbing, “Mommy” was cruel both in the bedroom and out. I found the psychological cruelty of his wife to be the worst and I couldn’t wait for him to wake up and put his foot down.

The Terms & Turns audiobook is a fully voiced production narrated by Lyric Leafer. His narration was the best part of this audiobook. He did an admirable job voicing the male character, the female character grated on me, but it could be that I hated her character so much. If that was the goal, good job Lyric!

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Mistress Mommy

The writing was very creative and I admit I snickered at Mistress Mommy's fine propoganda campaign. Definitely planning to read more by this author and hopefully a title or two more makes it onto the Romance Package or whispersync deals. Count me as a new fan!