Gotcha!

Adult
Rated 3.00/5 based on 6 reviews
It’s another suffocating day in hell and Lady isn’t wearing much. When she surprises a peeping Tom at her bedroom window she is consumed with furious indignation. The unfortunate gardener is subjected to a lesson so sadistic and humiliating that he will wish his testicles had never descended, let alone instruct him to play the voyeur. It’s rough justice for this dirty little pig.

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Words: 3,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465858597
About Ian Martin

At the age of 50 Ian Martin gave up his regular job and moved to a remote coastal village near the southern tip of Africa. Drawing on his experiences as an insurance clerk, naval store man, lavatory attendant, assistant farm foreman,temporary school teacher, hospital orderly, weather station medic and house builder, he began the next phase of his life. Now, after more than a decade, he has produced three novels, a fictionalized autobiography and many short articles and stories, and he is still writing. When asked how he has been able to survive for so long without having written a bestseller, he says he is entirely dependent on his wife, who goes out to work. Otherwise he would have died from starvation.

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Review by: Megan James on Aug. 02, 2011 :
Didn't like it at all, just didn't get it.
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Review by: John Davis on July 13, 2011 :
Gosh! What a piece of writing! I found it to be just like an excellent horror movie: horrific yet so well done that I just had to keep reading. Three stars for being repulsive and disturbing but five stars for entertainment value, shock/horror value and excellent writing.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on July 08, 2011 :
I read this yesterday when I didn’t have time to write a review. At that time there was only Debra’s single star review stating simply that she didn’t like it at all. Judging from that, I expected to dislike it as well, but read it anyway. I further had dread when I saw the BDSM tag among others. I generally despise BDSM stories. Once reading it, I have doubts that the tag is proper, for it is far from the typical story of that genre. It is certainly a dark tale, one of domination at gunpoint. The writing was certainly different. The style is unlike any I’ve seen before and I found it intriguing. I must point out questions I have about the story’s location. There is reference to ice flows breaking audibly, yet the area seems hot and muggy. Strange. I do wish the author had given some inkling as to the location of the story and the factious tribes mentioned in the brief flashback. This review should have been posted before the one by James, so it is a little out of sync with his five start rating. I often get a little suspicious when a story gets such a glowing report from a reviewer who seems to have arrived at Smashwords in tandem with the story he or she is reviewing. But stranger occurrences do happen. I agree with James as to the title and artwork matching. More so after reading the story. (Ouch!)

The story is obviously an ad for the book ‘Kikaffir.’ I’m sorry to say I will not be reading it, having been frightened off by the tag at the end.
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Review by: James Mendell on July 08, 2011 :
In the self publishing world there is consensus on the basic ingredients needed to make a successful book. A striking cover with a good title, an enticing book description, a low price, and (of course) a great story.

Well, this short story has got it all. The cover is the best I’ve seen in ages, with the title complementing the art work perfectly. It grabs you immediately (ow!). The description tells you in just a few words that this is an erotic story with more than a hint of nastiness to it. As for the price, it (literally) couldn’t be lower. And the content itself, which is impeccably edited and formatted, is delivered with a brutal lack of compromise that only a gifted writer would attempt.

At the end of the book we are told that “Gotcha!” is an excerpt from a full- length novel, and that didn’t come as a surprise. In fact, I was delighted at the prospect of a much longer stay in a world where I suspect no one will be apologising for their abominable behaviour.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on July 07, 2011 : (no rating)
I'm flagging this so I can find it later. But now I must leave.
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Review by: debra wright on July 07, 2011 :
I didn't like it at all
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