Saturday, April 16, 2011

Kidnap and Kink by Brynn Paulin

Jenna Marks and Rob Colvin's book

Kidnap and Kink

by Brynn Paulin

Book Blurb:

A Taboo Wishes Tale 
Be Careful What You Wish For…

Jenna Marks has a secret fantasy, to be kidnapped, tied up and seduced. When she confides her secret to her best friend on a dare, she never imagines her wish might come true.

Rob Colvin, owner of The Dungeon, has had his eye on Jenna for months, but he didn’t think Jenna would be into the things that make him hot. When he overhears her secret, he knows he’s going to be the one to deliver her fantasy—one weekend of her submission to him, her mysterious and masterful lover. 

At first I was turned off by this cover on Kidnap and Kink because the woman was so skinny and boney but after reading the story, I love how the cover is directly related to the book.

I so enjoy Brynn Paulin books. They are so hot that they sizzle in my hand.

Kidnap and Kink starts out with the Jenna confessing her favorite fantasy to a girlfriend in a coffee shop. She wants to be kidnapped and seduced. In the coffee shop Jenna is overheard by Rob who has been wanting to approach her for some time. He decides he will help her live her fantasy.

Even though it was a kidnapped story with BDSM I was able to enjoy Kidnap and Kink because it was very clear that Jenna wanted to be kidnapped and all the seduction that goes along with being a sex slave. Rob told her upfront he would not hurt her and gave her the option to decline the experience. Since Jenna thought her girlfriend set it up the fantasy she went for it; however after Rob got her to his cabin in the woods, Rob was honest and told her that her girlfriend did not set it up. She still decided to stay and act out her fantasy.

AND what a hot fantasy it was. I loved it. I loved the various D/s games they played, I love reading about their hot sex and I loved reading how she was conniving to get her spanking and to make him more dominate by topping from the bottom. I smiled and giggled more than once on her antics.

The only thing that really bothered me was that there were no talks at all about safe sex or birth control. Now when a story is a true erotic story those elements get left out but I still prefer a conversation. The Taboo Wishes series are sellar little sexy novellas worth every penny.


Brynn Paulin said...

Thank you so much for reviewing my book! I really appreciate it. This was one of my favorite books, tackling a secret really taboo fantasy!!! I've been thrilled by the reception.

That's a really valid point about the birth control. I was rebelling a little.


Unknown said...

I know a lot of women who have this same fantasy. I think I will buy it for my gf thanks for the review
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