Spanking the Boss by Heidi Lynn Anderson
Story Rating: 3 out of 5 paddles
Sting Factor (kink): 3.5 out of 5
Dan McMullen found the perfect sub in his overbearing boss, Jen Teasdale. With her, he finds his deepest desire to have full control over his rule-breaking wife’s lust filled needs.
The more Dan dominates, degrades and causes her pain, the more Jen gets off. But his lust filled session strains his control, bringing him to war with the beast inside his soul, which could destroy them both.
This was a short sample of a new author for me and I liked it. Dan is a dominant male that can’t get enough of his submissive wife. Even at work he calls her and tells her how much he needs her.
Jen is the boss, although sometimes she’s called a bitch behind her back. But in the bedroom she submits, totally, to her dominant husband. The first scene between Dan and Jen sets the tone for domination between these two. Depending on how rough (extreme/dirty/hardcore) you like you BDSM, this will thrill you. Again, I did like this but it was a quick read and I will be looking for more from this author in the future.
Reviewed by Sizzling Miss Kim
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Good day everyone! I’m very happy to have the opportunity to be here and visit with everyone today. When I first got the opportunity presented to me to be here, I had to think a while on subject matter. I’ve been on a blog tour for a couple of months now and my blog topic well was running a bit dry, so I asked my gracious host if she had a preference and she assured me anything to do with the lifestyle would be fine. After a bit more thinking I went to the interview I pass out for participation on my own blog site and pinpointed something that I feel is very important. The question that shouted at me was, do we have a moral obligation to our readers and how do we achieve that.
It’s my humble opinion that all romance authors hold a moral obligation to their readers, but none so more than those that choose to write in the realm of BDSM. Why? Because it’s a very unique way of loving that requires some special attention that’s why. The obligation here goes past the making sure that John has a condom on. People live this life and those that might read my work, might decide they are a dabbler and if I don’t stress the importance of safe, sane, consensual to them, I’ve not fulfilled my moral obligation. Now, how do I achieve that?