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Blushing at Both Ends (Nexus) Mass Market Paperback – March 4, 2008
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Blushing at Both Ends was a very frustrating read. I enjoy the idea of sensual spanking, and the escapism of pretend disciplinary spanking, and I want a book that deals with these things to carry me off into an enjoyable fantasy. When that book continually shatters the illusion through grating repetition (I ended up playing spot the 'mound'), stupid plotting*, feeble characterisation and downright bad writing, I find myself annoyed rather than titillated. Not the desired result.
*The worst has to be the story where a bank manager takes an indebted young woman into his home and spanks her. His wife walks in on them and thinks that this is perfectly fine. And joins in. And the spanked woman (who we learn is going to be unwittingly 'kept' in her sleazy new life longer than she realises) thinks that this is fine, too. Such disregard for plausibility in a fictional setting THAT IS OTHERWISE SET UP TO BE REALISTIC just makes the whole enterprise feel stupid. And it makes me feel stupid for having read it.
Maybe it's just my taste - many will probably enjoy it greatly - but this book left me seriously cold.