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Do you use a pen name? If yes (or no), why?

I write as D. F. Krieger, mostly because people have a hard time pronouncing my real first name. I don’t hide my writing, and I don’t hide who I am. But I imagine if someone were to look me up on line. D. F. is easier than Deadra. abductionagreement800-1

Are you actively involved in BDSM? If so how do you identify yourself? Dom(me)/sub? Top/bottom? Switch?

I am involved, though I tapered off for a while due to health issues. I am an weird cross between being an Alpha Sub and a switch. I am only submissive for my husband/Dom, otherwise I think I’d be a Domme all the way.

Do you write BDSM/kink erotica based on what you find interesting or sexy, or do you write more for your audience?

I write what I think is sexy and hope it resonates with the readers. I find if I try to write strictly for the audience, my writing comes out stilted, and it totally kills the mood.

What have you written in the past that you think your BDSM/kink fans might find interesting?

I’ve recently released in two box sets. Both stories, Hope’s Edge and Joy’s Edge, contain edge play. I’m trying to bring to light that edge play is sexy, thrilling, and doesn’t make you crazy if you enjoy it. I’ll be releasing Hope’s Edge as a lengthened stand-alone this winter, and Joy’s Edge this coming spring.

What is your favorite fetish? Why?

I actually have two. I’m into kitten play and breath play. Kitten play allows me to relax and let my Dom completely control. I’m a control freak, and I over stress, so kitten play is my time to do nothing except lay with my head in his lap while he pets me, or allow myself to be playful. The breath play is a little darker. Something about riding that edge sends me out of my head every time.

What’s the most surprising piece of feedback you’ve ever received from a fan of your writing?

“I wish Delilah from Abduction Agreement was real so she could be my Domme.” ßBest fan mail ever.

Have you ever heard that a fan might have tried something from one of your stories and liked it? Did you take it as a compliment?

It’s not completely BDSM related, but in my Risque Confession’s series, my couples who suffer from marriage trouble are advised by a therapist to keep sexual fantasy journals about their partner to help reignite the spark. I’ve had several fan letters telling me that readers started doing it in their own marriages, and saw great results. I love that I helped someone!

When you’re writing BDSM/kinky-related erotica, is there a particular movie or music that you might watch or listen to that helps you get in that frame of mind?

I have three bands I tend to swing between. Depeche Mode has some great, very sexual songs. Blaqk Audio (AFI’s alternate project band) sings a lot of songs that are dark, sexual, almost vampiric in feel. Julien-K (many of the band members were formerly in Orgy) knocks my socks off with a mix of heart-breaking yearning and flat-out sexual heat. My writing wouldn’t be half as good without all these men and their talented voices and composers.

Thank you so much for having me. I truly appreciated it. Look for the sequel to Abduction Agreement, Surrender Agreement, early 2017.

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abductionThe Abduction Agreement by D. F. Krieger

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Story Rating: 3 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink): 3 out of 5

Blurb:

I’m tired of my life being nothing but downs, so I’ve decided to cut loose and disappear. My job no longer exists, my bank account is on the verge of being zeroed out, and I’ve already moved out of my apartment. Now there’s only one piece of paper left to sign–my abduction agreement. My sister has had ties into the BDSM community for years, and now I’m committing myself to the lifestyle in every way. I’ve decided to sign a paper that takes every right and freedom I’ve ever had and become a service sub. But will my new Mistress be the solution I was hoping for, or the ultimate letdown? *Contains F/F

Review:

Hiding from life by selling oneself into a slave auction is generally not recommended. Paige is a screw up.  There is no way to mince words about her life.  She is unable to cope with her life because of unresolved issues from her past.  This set up for her to delve into the BDSM lifestyle is a train wreck waiting to happen.  I rated this a three star because the story is well written even if I didn’t enjoy it.  In addition, the BDSM is more or less accurate even if Paige goes in with an abusive mind set.

I did not like Paige at all. She is dismissive of the BDSM lifestyle and feels it is just a way to get a sugar momma. Her lack of respect and bratty attitude would have me showing her to the door. For me, she is a loathsome character with no redeeming qualities. She goes into BDSM for all the wrong reasons and she proceeds to bring down a dominant with her messed up issues. Delilah is an admirable dominant. She is loving, strict and appreciates the lifestyle and what it has to offer. She makes the best of a bad situation. Her downfall is the toxic relationship with a selfish brat who is only out for herself.

One could say that Paige is a troubled girl and because of her past, she should receive a pass. Oh, boo hoo hoo, get a therapist, don’t screw up someone else’s life. Paige view on BDSM is hostile and with a holier than thou attitude. She grates on me as she brings those around her down. This sexual awaking journey should really be more of a slap her out of her own pity party intervention. Her responses to BDSM scenes are as expected for someone who isn’t into it and just wants to be in it for the sex. She’s all about the pussy and what she can get out of it. Ms. Krieger does an excellent job of representing the type of people flocking to the lifestyle after reading Fifty Shades of Grey. It is a sad commentary and all too real.

The conflicts in this story are well done and resolved by the end of the book. The kink scenes are done in a realistic manner, down to when something doesn’t go right. The abduction part is a bit much for some, however, I have friends in the lifestyle who have done abduction scenes similar to this one. It is usually pretty hawt and terrifying in one. This one made me feel a bit dirty only because Paige is such a screw up. Can you tell I do not like her? Overall, this is a more down to earth representation of how BDSM can happen in real life. Sadly, it is not all whips, floggings and roses. This BDSM tale is recommended to kinky readers who want read when things are not perfect and still turn out fine.+

Reviewed by Book Addict

The Publisher’s Proposal by D. F. Krieger and Sonia Hightower publishers

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Story Rating: 4.5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink): 5 out of 5

Blurb:

Sylvia must fess up her secrets, but things go too far when Ivy, the publisher at Daring Desires Publishing, wants to use Katia as her own personal learning tool for BDSM. What ensues is a catfight between editor and boss, as both try to win over author Katia Lane.

Katia never expected BDSM to come up when she’s invited to meet with the publisher for dinner, but sure enough, a ménage is in the making. What Katia can’t understand is, if Sylvia asked her to come, why isn’t the editor enjoying this too?

Review:

This novella has a couple of the same characters from The Submission so I was very excited to get my hands on this since I loved the previous story. This story is hot. I identify as a straight woman but the f/f action was so good it was getting me all hot and bothered reading it.

Now, it is my own personal belief that three ways cause trouble. Someone is always going to end up getting their feelings hurt in some way. Others can disagree, but again, this is my own personal opinion. This novella agrees with me as far as the storyline goes. I was rooting for Sylvia and Katia to end up exclusive throughout this story and you’ll just have to read it yourself to see if they do. My only complaint is that this was too short and the ending was a bit abrupt.

Oh, and I have to wonder if the ladies writing this are a couple in real life because it almost seems like they are. Regardless, they write some awesome D/s stories.

Reviewed by Elizabeth

The Submission by D. F. Krieger and Sonia Hightower

http://www.amazon.com/The-Submission-ebook/dp/B00875HCOW/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1358652691&sr=1-2-fkmr0&keywords=The+Submission+by+D+F+Kneiger

ASIN  B00875HCOW

Story Rating: 5 out of 5 paddles

Sting Factor (kink): 3.5 out of 5

Blurb:

The editor is always right… Katia Lane, a down on her luck writer, finds this out the hard way. When she submits an erotic tale to Daring Desires Publishing, one head strong woman meets another as an author/editor war ensues. There’s no room for a diva in the publishing industry…and Sylvia L. Avers means to demonstrate this to the fledging writer. When you submit a manuscript to Daring Desires, you submit more than a book…you submit yourself.

As a BDSM conference nears, both women prepare to face off. Which one is going to be on top?

Review:

The concept of this book is brilliant and should be mandatory reading for any author who wants to write BDSM but doesn’t know a thing about it. Just because you think you’re a fantastic writer it doesn’t mean you’ll be successful writing BDSM. It was quite entertaining watching a “best selling” author get knocked down a few pegs by her editor.

Katia, the author in question is taught about submitting to a BDSM publisher and submitting to a Domme editor. There is some public humiliation that I would absolutely love to see happen at a romance novel conference. Apparently I’ve been attending the wrong ones. LOL

And even though I’m straight, the f/f sex was freaking hot. I found myself wishing that this was longer to see more of the editor and author D/s relationship.

I have no idea what the motivation was for this to be written but as someone who is active in BDSM and who has read a lot of poorly written BDSM books, the idea of a writer being taught you can’t write quality BDSM unless you experience it was great fun. (And I have to wonder if the authors have experience, because this was so spot on.) And kudos to Evernight Publishing for having the balls to publish this story. I highly recommend The Submission.

Reviewed by Elizabeth