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- Publisher: OTK Publications (August 22, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 22, 2014
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Origins of a Fetish: The Evolving Fantasies and Fetishes of a Gentleman (Experiences Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Freier starts her odyssey with a very credible gathering of an ex-hippie American couple - Sam and Sarah - inviting a Dutch couple Henk and Zoë toothier home for an Indonesian `reistaffel' and that leads into a discussion of the differences between American and European openness about nudity and experimentation. They enjoy their dinner, the pool and sauna and showers and Hank explains his and Sarah's approach to openness: "This definition of sex is quite precise. It precludes genital-genital, genital-anal, anal-anal (how do you do that?), oral-genital, oral-anal ... and, yes, even oral- oral contact. So kissing would be considered `sex'. In fact, by this definition, even eating or drinking after each other would be considered sex! This may be too strict a definition for some people, but it is entirely practical. And, when you think about it, this definition allows EVERYTHING ELSE to be a possibility! There are a lot of things two people can do to have fun together that do not involve fluid contact. However, I would admit that most people (both men and women) do not have the self-control to have such a relationship."
What gradually follows is Hank's admission that he is in to punishment and `medical sex' (needles, rectal temps, enemas - anything dealing with the female buttocks). He encounters a friend Sheila and experiments with these fetishes with her. Trouble intervenes when Sarah dies in an auto accident and Hank grieves. During his grief he begins to watch sexual episodes on the Internet and begins to refurnish his home with a basement equipped for punishment (spanking, pain, submission experiments, whips, floggers, and leather paddles) and his upstairs as a medical office with all manner of needles, enemas, rectal thermometers etc. Hank has remained a loner until he hooks up with his neighbor Liz and together they explore the world of submission and punishment and all the fetishes that deal with medical erotica. But Liz is married and Hank's fantasies return to the Internet: ` I had a great place to play, and lots of toys ... but nobody to play with - or even a vision of how this would ever be more than wasted space in my basement.' He molds his Punishment Agreements reading his location for further adventures that likely will follow in further books!
Simone Freier, unlike other erotica writers, uses restraint to make her writing much more sensual. It will be interesting to follow this talented author as she further explores the boundaries of gratification. Grady Harp, August 14
This is essentially a romance novel with two different types of romance. The first is the relationship between the main character, Sam, and his wife, Sarah. The other type of romance is the erotic flights of fancy Sam experiences with a couple of different characters during the novel. For a little less than half of the novel, both of these exist to some extent. Then, one overtakes the other as Sam loses Sarah and needs to find an escape “into the fantasies of pain, from the reality of pain.” After two years of grieving, he begins to explore his sexual fantasies more deeply than ever before.
This marks the beginning of a journey that may have the potential to change his perceptions of both love and sex. Even before the death of his wife, Sam learns that he is becoming as turned on by openness as by submission. At the end of the book, after a parting of ways with his most open partner to that point, he decides that it is time to seek someone young, someone who will learn from her experiences with him. This helps to set up the second novel, which revolves around just such a relationship. This novel is rather short, but it is an efficient setup to a much larger story.
This book centers on the lives of Sam. The first life includes his wife, who he loves very much. The second life comes about after she tragically passes away. He is obviously heartbroken, but he suddenly has this newfound freedom to explore his fantasies and fetishes that he felt he could not share with her. It shows his relationship with Kelly grow, and the more they trust each other, the further down the road of their fantasies they are willing to go. It is a very fascinating read.
This book is about half as long as the next in the series, but it sets up the story very nicely. It give s a good glimpse of where Sam comes from in his relationship with his wife, and the evolution from that relationship to the one he has with Kelly. It is an interesting read, and set as an excellent lead-in to the second book, which is a much meatier read overall.
If frank and in-depth discussion and description of sex makes you uncomfortable, then you might not be into this book. But then again, you probably wouldn’t get as far as reading reviews for this book if that’s how you feel about the subject matter. But it is a very good read, that falls more on the “realistic” side of sexual fantasy, instead of the “perfect” and “fantastical” side of sexual fantasies.