Kitchen Delights

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Hard times. Everyone has them, but when a Madison Avenue advertising agent starts to run out of ideas for a new line of kitchen gadgets, desperation sets in. Fortunately for him, his wife’s breasts make great props for his new adult-oriented wonder idea. Fortunately for her, she gets into it a whole lot more than she dreamed. Fortunately for them both, their medical insurance covers such things. More

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Published by Darker Pleasures
Words: 9,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301899272
About Matt Nicholson

Matt Nicholson has written over a hundred short stories ranging from R-rated erotica to hard-edge bondage and BDSM fiction, and he has co-written and edited many more. He is perhaps best known in certain circles for "The Breast Punishment Primer", which has been revised, updated and expanded for Smashwords and other venues. An illustrated and even further expanded version is due out in 2014.

He is in the process of writing his full-length first novel, "Families", expanding on a series of vampire erotica stories featuring characters and concepts touched on in the short book "The Eternal."

Matt specializes in writing well-plotted stories with detailed, evocative descriptions. He enjoys using science fiction, fantasy and paranormal elements as tools to allow him to take BDSM to levels that are difficult to explore in contemporary settings, though he's written his share of contemporary stories, too.

He is a breast man by nature, so his stories lean toward erotic breast punishment, though you'll find he typically leaves little unexplored. If you ever care to contact him, he can be reached at mattnicholson at darkerpleasures.com.

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Review by: Randy Rob on Feb. 19, 2013 :
A delightful tale of assorted kitchen gadgets and knives being used for steamy hot consensual tit torture. And she can't get enough of it. I liked it 3-stars worth. Might should of gone 4 for originality. You can't just let a lobster shell cracker sit idly in a drawer, now can you?
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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