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Spankalicious: Erotic Adventures in Spanking Kindle Edition

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About the Author

D. L. King spends an inordinate amount of time reading and writing smut in her New York City apartment and postage stamp sized garden. She is the editor of, Carnal Machines: Steampunk Erotica, The Sweetest Kiss: Ravishing Vampire Erotica and the Lambda Literary Award Finalist, Where the Girls Are: Urban Lesbian Erotica. She is also the editor of Spank! a Logical Lust anthology. Watch for new anthologies, The Harder She Comes: Butch/Femme Erotica, out in March 2012 and Seductress: Tales of Immortal Desire, out in October 2012, both from Cleis Press. D. L. King is the publisher and editor of the erotica review site, Erotica Revealed, which has been referred to as the New York Times Book Review of Erotica. The author of dozens of short stories, her work can be found in various editions of Best Lesbian Erotica, Best Women’s Erotica, The Mammoth Book of Best New Erotica, as well as such titles as One Night Only, Power Play, Lucious, Hurts So Good, Fast Girls, Gotta Have It, Please Ma’am, Sweet Love, and Frenzy, among others. She is the author of two novels of female domination and male submission, The Melinoe Project and The Art of Melinoe. Find out more at and

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  • File Size: 346 KB
  • Print Length: 155 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ravenous Romance (February 10, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 10, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0078T675I
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Bradean on February 25, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Spanking is so deliciously naughty. Skirt up, knickers down or trousers down, it's a private kink that can be enjoyed by just about anyone.

In Spankalicious, editor D.L. King - a spanking aficionado - gathers eighteen stories of corporal punishment for your enjoyment. There are quite a few stern headmaster types to be found in these stories, but women get equal time. If menage is your bent there are a few tales for you too, from a strict librarian who must keep order or suffer the consequences when she gets home (His & Hers by ily.goyanes) to a dear friend willing to bring a heartbroken friend into her home, and bed (A Cure for Excess by Annabeth Leong). Into revenge? Helen H Madden's princesses turn the tables on their "hero" in Unfair Maidens. Or want to see something romantic? Nan Andrews' The First Weekend shows how even a long time married coupe can rekindle their passion, while in Penelope Pruitt's pich-perfect On Switch a guy finally makes the connection between sex and love.

It's unfair to pick out just these stories for praise as each story in this anthology will appeal to certain readers. I read a lot of erotica, so names such as Sinclair Sexsmith are well known to me, but it was exciting to see so many stories I liked from names I didn't know already.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Vanessa Wu on April 7, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
You can judge this book by its cover. And what a beautiful cover it is! The title is also a very clear and rousing signal of what to expect.

In fact most of these stories are all about surfaces. Surfaces that are, for the most part, round, shiny, quivering and beaten hard until they are, as D.L. King puts it poetically in her story called The Upper Hand, "strawberry red."

This direct approach will appeal to a lot of readers. The stories have a matter-of-fact, no-nonsense, straight-to-the-point professionalism that commands respect.

I think of this as a New York style of writing about sex. Maybe this is how New Yorkers actually have sex. I have never had sex with a New Yorker so I'm not sure but it seems to me that they label up their fetishes and display them like tins in a grocery store, waiting for the right customer to come along.

"Just come in. Don't knock."

So begins Designated Hitter by Big Ed Magusson and it more or less sets the tone of the anthology.

In The Upper Hand, the narrator's "girl" places an advertisement for a "submissive male" in order to mete out the kind of punishment for which she is usually on the receiving end. The gender of the narrator only becomes clear half way through the story when he experiences a certain stiffening in his nether region.

In many ways, gender is unimportant. The most important traits in these stories is whether the characters are dommes, subs or switches.

In Little Boys by Angela R Sargenti, the narrator has things down so pat, if you'll pardon the pun, that she has her own shorthand. Her idea of closeness is OTK (over the knee).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. collier on February 28, 2012
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Never having read a collection of stories such as these, it took me a bit to get into it. Only halfway through the collection of short stories, I had to stop and come up for air. Each author so far has a unique and wonderful style. Some are almost conversational as if they are sitting in front of you telling a story, while others are very descriptive, fleshing out every minute detail to fill all the senses, as a good movie director fully conveys onscreen the words his writer has given him.
Some of the stories (so far) are all about the spanking, some have much more to where the spank is only a part of a much bigger picture or story.
More to follow in part 2 of my review.

Part 2.
Sorry for the delay. I had to restore my computer and life issues delayed my review. As I said in part 1, the rest of the book continues through a very Spankalicious journey from beginning to end. All the authors are to be commended on a job well done. If you are into to this, you will want to add this book to your collection.
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From the very first story, His and Hers by ily.goyanes through the ballet duet of Glass Slippers by Leela Scott and on to D.L. King's Upper Hand that takes a peek into a submissives Dominating tendency, Spankalicious will most certainly have your bottom twitching, even if you aren't a spanko!

Other notable stories include The First Weekend by Nan Andrews, who seems to have clinched the perfect solution to a routine marriage,
the naughty antics of Martha Davis's muse in Inspired
and the delicious writing in A Cure for Excess by Annabeth Leong.

The raucous princesses in The Unfair Maidens by Helen E.H. Madden, had me hooting with every swat to Lance's bottom!

But, The Roll-top Desk by T. Harrison was my ultimate favorite. What a sensuous way to end an anthology. Whew!

This is a great book and a definite must read!
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