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Congrats to Sorcha Black for winning the April Book of the Month at BDSM Book Reviews! Below is the original review we posted for her book.

The Dom With the Deviant Kittens by Sorcha Black thedomwith

Link to buy The Dom with the Deviant Kittens

Story Rating: 5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink): 5 out of 5

Review:

Sorcha Black knows how to write sexy D/s. There is such a thing as making Doms too Alpha (i.e asshole dickheads). Some readers like the billionaire playboy type, and on occasion I do as well, but not every Dom has to be this way.

Lock a.k.a Lockley is a Dom with a particular taste for brats. He also realizes kink evolves, which is very, very true. His submissive is Elodie who is wild and sassy. She is Bratty with a capital “B”. For those not familiar with the term in BDSM a “brat” within the BDSM lifestyle is usually applied to a person of a submissive nature who acts up or causes trouble in order to attract attention. This is generally frowned upon as it is classed as topping from the bottom and trying to control the situation. He meets her online and during their first interaction I could already tell it was a match made in BDSM heaven. Her smart mouth paired with his swift hand (or cane, or belt etc). Their relationship moves along and things take a turn when Elodie sees mousey little Tess. She never told Lock she is into girls, so when they hire Tess as their maid, Elodie’s attraction to Tess fires up. She breaks down and confesses to Lock. He is upset but they agree to terms. To both be present when they play with Tess.

Tess is a virgin. She wants to lose her virginity and doesn’t want it to be a big deal. Her meeting someone as kinky and caring as Elodie and Lock was a perfect blend. Elodie was curious and caring. Lock added that perfect amount of dominance that only a male can. It was an absolute pleasure watching Tess and Elodie, Elodie and Lock, and Lock and Tess. Watching all three…goodness!

Elodie is totally devoted to her Dom. It becomes apparent when he asks her for her feelings about Tess. Is it more than play? Is Tess just for her? His male ego is definitely dented a couple times. As a dominant I can identify with wanting to have complete control (of a submissive) all the time but knowing in reality, they are human, and that is not an option. Seeing Lock process and struggle through these emotions with Elodie and Tess made him realistic and an even stronger Dom, in my eyes.

This novel touches on poly relationships, the unicorn submissive, hardcore fantatises such as dub con. The emotional connection develops quickly (but believably). In some D/s situations, especially some that start online, it doesn’t take long to form lasting bonds. The characters are memorable. The sex scenes are scorchers. The story of a Dom taking on not one but two deviant kittens was a pleasure to read. Looking forward to more in the series.

Reviewed by Black Hippie Chick

The Dom With the Deviant Kittens by Sorcha Black thedomwith

Link to buy The Dom with the Deviant Kittens

Story Rating: 5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink): 5 out of 5

Review:

Sorcha Black knows how to write sexy D/s. There is such a thing as making Doms too Alpha (i.e asshole dickheads). Some readers like the billionaire playboy type, and on occasion I do as well, but not every Dom has to be this way.

Lock a.k.a Lockley is a Dom with a particular taste for brats. He also realizes kink evolves, which is very, very true. His submissive is Elodie who is wild and sassy. She is Bratty with a capital “B”. For those not familiar with the term in BDSM a “brat” within the BDSM lifestyle is usually applied to a person of a submissive nature who acts up or causes trouble in order to attract attention. This is generally frowned upon as it is classed as topping from the bottom and trying to control the situation. He meets her online and during their first interaction I could already tell it was a match made in BDSM heaven. Her smart mouth paired with his swift hand (or cane, or belt etc). Their relationship moves along and things take a turn when Elodie sees mousey little Tess. She never told Lock she is into girls, so when they hire Tess as their maid, Elodie’s attraction to Tess fires up. She breaks down and confesses to Lock. He is upset but they agree to terms. To both be present when they play with Tess.

Tess is a virgin. She wants to lose her virginity and doesn’t want it to be a big deal. Her meeting someone as kinky and caring as Elodie and Lock was a perfect blend. Elodie was curious and caring. Lock added that perfect amount of dominance that only a male can. It was an absolute pleasure watching Tess and Elodie, Elodie and Lock, and Lock and Tess. Watching all three…goodness!

Elodie is totally devoted to her Dom. It becomes apparent when he asks her for her feelings about Tess. Is it more than play? Is Tess just for her? His male ego is definitely dented a couple times. As a dominant I can identify with wanting to have complete control (of a submissive) all the time but knowing in reality, they are human, and that is not an option. Seeing Lock process and struggle through these emotions with Elodie and Tess made him realistic and an even stronger Dom, in my eyes.

This novel touches on poly relationships, the unicorn submissive, hardcore fantatises such as dub con. The emotional connection develops quickly (but believably). In some D/s situations, especially some that start online, it doesn’t take long to form lasting bonds. The characters are memorable. The sex scenes are scorchers. The story of a Dom taking on not one but two deviant kittens was a pleasure to read. Looking forward to more in the series.

Reviewed by Black Hippie Chick

Ein by Sorcha Black ein

Link to buy Ein (The Dustmother Trilogy)

Story Rating: 5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink); 5 out of 5

Review:

This is a beautiful novel that moved me in ways I never expected from a BDSM or fantasy novel. I am sure that anyone who reads this book will experience a wide range of emotions as the story unfolds and will fall in love with or deeply hate the characters that Black has created.

Einan, or Ein as she is better known as, was born into a society that is ruled by caste, with Dust being the lowest caste. Whatever caste you are born into is the one you will spend the rest of your life. Her parents scrimp and save to send Ein to a school that educates the daughters that come from high caste families to teach and prepare them to become the trophy wives of powerful men hoping this would improve their daughter a chance at a better life. During Ein’s time at school, she becomes involved with her classmate Seriya and they develop a very deep and intimate relationship which also includes a power exchange dynamic. As classes draw to an end, Ein goes home with Seriya to spend the school holiday. Ein is treasuring every moment she has with Seriya because of Seriya’s upcoming nuptials to Magnusin Saegea. During dinner, Seriys’s father talks about the ongoing Cedesian war that has been going on between the the Cedesians and the kingdom ruled by the Queen.

During the night, people burst into the bedroom and the next thing Ein is being dragged away. When Ein awakes, she finds herself in strange surroundings and surrounded by strangers talking in a language she doesn’t understand. She realizes that she was kidnapped by mistake and that the strange men were after Seriya due to her family’s wealth and high caste status. To save her own life, and hopefully that of her lover, she plays along, letting her captors think that they have the right girl.

I don’t want to give away any more of the story and ruin it for readers. The love that is shared among the characters is breathtakingly beautiful and the strength and courage that Ein shows throughout the entire novel is inspiring. The kink scenes that you find throughout the novel only enhance the story and the love between the main characters. When I first started reading this novel, I didn’t know what to expect but I honestly can not explain how I felt while reading this novel. I laughed, I cried both tears of sadness and tears of joy. As a reader you will not be disappointed with this novel.

Reviewed by Tequila Rose

Ein by Sorcha Black ein

Link to buy Ein (The Dustmother Trilogy)

Story Rating: 5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink); 5 out of 5

Review:

This is a beautiful novel that moved me in ways I never expected from a BDSM or fantasy novel. I am sure that anyone who reads this book will experience a wide range of emotions as the story unfolds and will fall in love with or deeply hate the characters that Black has created.

Einan, or Ein as she is better known as, was born into a society that is ruled by caste, with Dust being the lowest caste. Whatever caste you are born into is the one you will spend the rest of your life. Her parents scrimp and save to send Ein to a school that educates the daughters that come from high caste families to teach and prepare them to become the trophy wives of powerful men hoping this would improve their daughter a chance at a better life. During Ein’s time at school, she becomes involved with her classmate Seriya and they develop a very deep and intimate relationship which also includes a power exchange dynamic. As classes draw to an end, Ein goes home with Seriya to spend the school holiday. Ein is treasuring every moment she has with Seriya because of Seriya’s upcoming nuptials to Magnusin Saegea. During dinner, Seriys’s father talks about the ongoing Cedesian war that has been going on between the the Cedesians and the kingdom ruled by the Queen.

During the night, people burst into the bedroom and the next thing Ein is being dragged away. When Ein awakes, she finds herself in strange surroundings and surrounded by strangers talking in a language she doesn’t understand. She realizes that she was kidnapped by mistake and that the strange men were after Seriya due to her family’s wealth and high caste status. To save her own life, and hopefully that of her lover, she plays along, letting her captors think that they have the right girl.

I don’t want to give away any more of the story and ruin it for readers. The love that is shared among the characters is breathtakingly beautiful and the strength and courage that Ein shows throughout the entire novel is inspiring. The kink scenes that you find throughout the novel only enhance the story and the love between the main characters. When I first started reading this novel, I didn’t know what to expect but I honestly can not explain how I felt while reading this novel. I laughed, I cried both tears of sadness and tears of joy. As a reader you will not be disappointed with this novel.

Reviewed by Tequila Rose