Training Rigel

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Rigel is nothing more than a badly behaved and completely out of control young brat on the edge of losing herself in drugs and alcohol and mindless sex.

Tank is a very stern older friend who has no intention of watching Rigel destroy herself. She steps in with the intention of providing discipline but soon finds herself lost in the same dangerous attraction that draws so many women to Rigel. More

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Review by: Lola López on March 28, 2012 :
Tank is the quintaessential patient and gentle top. Rigel is the quintaessential troublemaker. They are both lovable in their own ways. They are also quite hot, the two of them, but I'm much deeper than that. Okay, I'm not, but let's pretend.
Rigel is flawed, of course. Rigel is human. And Tank is as well, but she is calmer, more mature and in control of her life and choices. Rigel isn't, she is out of control.
Tank understands Rigel can do better, she cares about her and trusts her and this is crucial.
Of course, spanking is crucial, OF COURSE! But after reading this story and others from Loki, I think she has a deep understanding of human nature. We all need to build strong relationships, to be valued and cared for. We are social animal, it's an obvious truth, yet it is also an uncomfortable truth if we are led to believe we should just be on our own, which might be Rigel's case.
Rigel is young and in need of some guidance/mentorship. More to the point, she needs people and she needs people to really care about her, even, especially at her worst moments. Tank understands this need very well and she does just so. And of couse, we spankophiles/kinky folks know nothing says just that like a good spanking, right?
Then everything gets kicked up a notch by the fact they are also horny. Yes, they both are. In different ways, of course. This provides some very sexy moments, yet it is not the most important thing in the story. And I liked it this way.
So, here it is. The first review I have ever written on the internet. Probably screwed the genre(of writing reviews) if there is such a thing, but really, the only thing you really need to know is this: it's an awesome story.
Disney Dyke, always the enthusiastic fan. ;)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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