Sting (Harder)

Adult Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Kinky Helen returns in the sequel to STING. Determined to explore her new and very kinky fetish Helen places an anonymous advert online.. seeking similar! She never really expects any response, so she is shocked to hear from ebony babe Saffron, they share the same kinks, or so she believes, that is until they meet and the submissive black girl opens her eyes, and introduces Helen to her true self!

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About Kelly Addams

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Did you ever want to see your kinky ideas turned into an erotic or taboo short story. Well if that's the case look no further. Just send me an outline of what you want to read and I will create a naughty piece just for you... and remember, if I'm writing a private piece it can be as extreme, kinky and taboo as you want.
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WARNING: You will find nothing vanilla in any of the taboo books that I write, I don't even like vanilla ice-cream!
Taboo, taboo and more taboo, so be warned before sampling the products of my filthy mind.

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About the Series: Fetish
Erotica that doesn't conform to what is usually considered "normal" sexual practice. These kinky stories take a look at the weirder and crazier things that people do to get a thrill, and includes pain (mild to extreme) hirsute, flashing, insect play plus much more!

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About the Series: Hurts So Good!
Sadism and Masochism, Pain Fetish, Spanking, Bondage, CBT, Needle Play, Verbal and Physical Abuse.... you will find a little of everything in these kinky and sometimes taboo stories. Ranging from very mild right through to EXTREME... so read with caution.

Also in Series: Hurts So Good!

About the Series: Exhibitionism And Flashers
A range of stories with Public Nudity as the central theme. From down blouse and up skirt peeks to full blown exposure.

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Reviews

Thomas Pike reviewed on on May 20, 2019

Always on the lookout for erotica that is different than your standard fare, "Sting (Harder)" (and its prequel "Sting") focus on a subject that is extremely lacking on Smashwords. I've actually thought about writing a story similar to these, which helped me select this particular book for review.

Sting (Harder) and its prequel follow a young woman named Helen that discovers her love of pain. More specifically, the stinging kind that can linger for hours. She starts off with stinging nettles, using the plant to make the most delicate and sensitive parts of her body swell with burning desire, driving her wild. Curious to see whether other like-minded individuals existed, she posts an ad online. Within a week she gets a reply, coming from an African woman that loves much of the same kink. Helen thought she was simply going to share some stinging nettle fun with the dark beauty, but when Saffron shows up at her door step, she gets introduced to so much more.

Helen had thought she was the kinky one, but Saffron made it seem like her lifestyle was tame in comparison. She soon finds herself transforming from a girl that loves pain, to one that can't help but dish it out to someone else. Saffron quickly becomes the one to be driven wild, finding herself at the mercy of a girl she had turned into a sadistic pain giver.

The escalation of pain techniques increases at a pleasant rate. When you thought Saffron and Helen couldn't come up with something more, they ramp things up another notch. Sadly, just when everything was about to culminate into the perfect mixture of pain and pleasure, the book just ended. Their most painful technique (a wasp and its stinger), which was hinted at earlier in the book and was even on the cover, had the least amount of detail and was over in a flash. To make matters worse, the ending teases you by saying that the characters would return in the future. Maybe then we'd get to see that explosive ending?

Sting (Harder) is still an enjoyable read if you're craving something sensual and painful. The writing and editing was good. I just wished that formicophilia (the sexual desire to feel insects of all kinds crawling, biting, and stinging all over one's body) had been given a proper amount of attention.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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