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Smashwords book reviews by mark smrek
- Road Trip
on June 10, 2012
This is a very hot read from the get-go. The story opens with the lead character giving oral in a moving car, and we quickly learn that she's not a willing participant: Amanda is being coerced by her husband's best friend, who has some dirt on her.
There is action from beginning to end, but decent plot as well. It's diverse as well: there is masturbation, oral, group and some girl-on-girl. We also get some insight into what happens if Amanda disobeys: she gets whipped with a belt while she's on the phone with her oblivious husband.
Highly recommended read!
- Victoria's Other Secret
on June 21, 2012
An enjoyable story about what happens to sexy gals who steal lingerie. Not all that realistic, but it didn't really need to be.
on July 07, 2012
Unbelievably wicked! The author invites us into a realm of humiliation, sexual torment and hopelessness. This is not a story for everyone, but if you are into this sort of thing, the images described within will stay with you, long after you put the book down... The "Gallery" is an exhibit consisting of unwilling females (and one male). Each of them has been brought there due to some sort of wrongdoing against the narrator--usually, something serious, but in one case it's for something as trivial as stealing a parking space at the grocery store. In the majority of the scenarios, the form of punishment is related in some way to the transgression. In one very graphic and tawdry scene, the victim's racial prejudice has cost the narrator her relationship with her boyfriend of another race. As a result, the prisoner is subjected to constantly repeated interracial gangbangs, all for the entertainment of the gallery's patrons (and the narrator herself.) What's great about the book is that each scene stands completely on its own, but are all also woven neatly together.
- Left To Her Own Devices
on July 22, 2012
This is a delightful tale of torment. Not a dark as the author's other works but just as well-written!