I believe this is the first review I’ve written since moving the blog from ‘Blogger’ to Fetblogger’, which explains why until now there has been no ‘reviews’ label. It seems a crazy long time ago when I was getting sent sex toys to review… which was kinda difficult a lot of the time, what with being in chastity! I’m not even sure if those reviews got pulled across to this site, I’ll check…
Nope, it looks like they got lost along the way, I found some book reviews which I’ve gone into and tagged with the review label, but sadly my review of the bright green masturbation sleeve is lost forever… I seem to remember it was supposed to be modelled on some porn star’s asshole, which is rather hard to believe.
It looked not unlike this one, and I remember having to ask Mistress’s permission to test it out… I really don’t remember much about it, other than it felt very odd and I can’t say I was ever desperate to try it again.
On the other hand we did get sent the very beautiful blue glass G-Spot massager which we used all of once, despite the fact that it was very successful. I really have no reason why it has never been used again, it gets taken out of it’s bag every time we have a Femdom session and placed on the bedside table and then put back in the bag and back in the drawer at the end of the session…
Anyway, enough dithering, let’s talk about this book. Well, as you may know I did make some posts about this when I first got it, because it was more than a little infuriating.
Supposedly, this was written in French by the author, even though that isn’t her first language, as a means of preventing someone reading it if found… don’t know if that’s true or not, and it doesn’t really matter, because thankfully it’s been translated into English.
There’s nothing wrong with the translation (except perhaps for one tiny thing) but there’s everything wrong with the presentation as a whole. Firstly, clearly this is self-published, indeed it was sold by Wordery (via Amazon) but I fail to see why that means the spine and back cover are left blank. It just seems very half-arsed to me, and unfortunately that rather carries over into the material inside.
Don’t get me wrong a lot of it is good, but it’s so hap-hazard, and badly thought out. I am a pretty patient person and I have kind of worked with it because I found the good bits interesting and worth reading, but for a lot of people I suspect this book would infuriate and completely undermine the value of the material.
Firstly, this is supposedly written as a diary. So okay, if we take that at face value, it would be fair to expect the book to jump about quite a lot, because different entries on different days could be completely unconnected. Fair enough. The problem is there is no attempt to distinguish between separate entries, so each new paragraph is either a pause for breath or a new entry, and until you start the next paragraph you won’t know for sure, so you might have something like this.
After the sixth guy fucked me they all left me tied up and then it was my subby hubby’s turn to fuck me with his little cock, I couldn’t even feel his four inches but I was high on X and anything felt good rubbing against me.
I talked to my Dominatrix friend today, she asked me if I make hubby lick his own cum up when I allow him to cum, I said that I did and she said that was good, that it was very important that I do that, and continue to do that. She also asked how often I have him eat my pussy and I said at least twice a day. She said that was great for me but too often for him, and that I should restrict his access to my pussy so that it becomes more of a treat for him.
I discussed hubby’s first session with her a little, she says she doesn’t think it’s a good idea for me to be there the first few times, which I’m not happy about but I’m sure she knows best. After the first session she said she wants to see him once a week for six weeks to begin with. We decided that Thursdays would be the best day.
One day I decided that I would have hubby wear feminine underwear. I want him to know how it feels to be a woman, what it feels like to suck cock and swallow and to give up his ass for cock. Now that he’s sucked _’s cock the next stage will be to have him agree to let _ fuck his ass. _ is into it so this will be interesting.
I always have my hubby hand wash my panties on a Tuesday, and then I usually have him eat my pussy before he drives me to meet _. Right from the first time I sucked hubby’s cock I kissed him after and he accepted it, in my experience most black men would beat you across the room if you tried to do that with them.
Obviously it’s difficult to get across here, but the longer a section is the more jarring it is when the next paragraph goes off on a complete tangent. Incidentally, those are not direct quotes from the book, but they are pretty much the gist of it.
Would it have killed the author to have separated the entries with dates, as you might expect with a ‘diary’. The months are actually indicated, but they are pretty meaningless really, dates would have been much more useful or even just a plain line showing where one entry ends and another begins…
There are also, certainly towards the start of the book, some entries that are duplicated within a page or two and also there is a whole section (about a page long) that is duplicated as well. And the biggest mistake of all seemingly is the use of the word ‘always’ when the author intends to use ‘just’. Which is bizarre and makes some of the text irritating and some of it nonsensical.
For example: ‘It’s just sometimes I wish things could be different‘ becomes ‘It’s always sometimes I wish things could be different‘.
And another thing you may have noticed in the text above, is that ‘to protect people’s identities’ all the names in the book are replaced by underscores, which makes it very confusing, especially later as more and more people seem to get involved. It ends up like:
“So I talked to _ today about _ and _ and which one of them I should get hubby to suck off first. I also asked Ms _, what she thought and she said definitely _ but then get him to suck off _, _, and _ as well…”
Seriously, couldn’t she have just made up some fucking names?
I actually contacted Wordery about this and they did reply saying that they would accept the book back, but I want to read the damned thing and the point of telling them was really that I hoped they might actually look at the proof and either tell me my book was faulty somehow or tell the author to sort it out. I guess that was probably too much to hope for…
However, as I’m reading on it’s getting more and more repetitive and irritating me in other ways as well, I think I’m going to skim read it and send it back to Wordery for a credit, since the opportunity is there.
But before I do, what do you make of this…
“I don’t have a lot of experience with Latin men, but any woman that has ever dated black men will tell you that when it comes to confidence, dominance and aggressiveness, they are very different than most white men. And it is not a subtle difference. There are, of course always going to be exceptions, but that has definitely been my experience.
I’ll give you a an example. I have written before that black men always want the ass. They always do, and they never ‘ask’ for it, they always take it.
White men on the other hand, are not quite so obsessed with it, and have this weak, rather pathetic tendency to ask a woman if it’s okay. Like they want permission. Any white man that asks me the question not only doesn’t get it, they don’t get a second date either!”
Well, there’s no way to comment on that without coming over like a butt-hurt white boi is there. But if I ever become single again and I’m going on a date, I’ll try to remember that advice – since it’s obviously a mistake I made the first time around!
Ultimately I decided to read the rest of the book before I sent it back, I sat down and read the second half in one go and it was okay, despite some of the more outlandish parts, it does have something of a ring of truth about it… however unlikely that may seem. But towards the end of the book the just/always thing became unbearable, mainly because the author uses the word ‘just’ so many times that some of the passages were just hard work. That more than anything put me off keeping the book, because otherwise I think I would have read it again sometime.
I have to say though, I didn’t find the book in the slightest bit erotic. It was interesting and challenging, but at no time did it arouse me in any way at all, but I guess maybe it was a bit too much on the humiliation side for me… ah well, never mind.