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Female Submission: The Journal of Madelaine Hardcover – November 1, 2006
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"Varrin vividly communicates the delight that can be found in the delicious depravity of sensual submission." -- Skin Two Magazine
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A modern-day Story of O
Under the tutelage of an experienced British master, Claudia Varrin--as the slave "Madelaine"--relinquished her whip to explore the deepest heart of surrender. What she found was a level of sexual exhilaration beyond anything she'd even imagined.
Here is her moment-to-moment journal as she enters the downward spiral necessary to bare her soul and debase herself for her master. Madelaine's experiences were extremely wild, edgy, and on the most advanced level of play: private fantasy enactments, public scenes in nightclubs, frolics both fun and fearsome at exclusive dungeon parties--almost nothing was off-limits. Madelaine found her sexual boundaries pushed further and further as she accessed desires unknown even to herself. Exploring her submissive nature and her emotions more deeply, she was changed into one who would do anything for her cruel, handsome master, ultimately striving to make his base and often savage desires her own.
Read as a vicarious pleasure, a primer of new fantasies, or as a companion to Varrin's Erotic Surrender, this sexy volume is a must for everyone who is captivated by the outer limits of human sexuality and pleasure.
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This book wasn't an escape, a manual, a primer or a work of fiction. It wasn't the work of a radiant submissive who delights in her experiences and strives to share those experiences with others so they can better understand bdsm. A knee-jerk response upon finishing this book was to label its genre as "ego on parade". I'd be tempted to file it with autobiographies of politicians.
Perhaps it was a little bit of an escape, but it isn't something that will sing to the hearts of all submissives. It is heavy-handed and in some ways polarizing in the community of submissives.
Its a book about a submissive but not a book about submission.
I'm writing this review because I recently recommended this book to my sister and after doing so, I decided to come on here and see what the reviews were like. Needless to say, I was highly disappointed. Please read this book with an open mind and try to appreciate where it can take you mentally if you allow it too.
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