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The Puppy Papers: A Woman's Life and Journey

This unique and honest story traces one middle American woman’s journey into kinky sex. After 18 years of trying to be the perfect wife, mother, church member, friend, and professional, she realizes something big is missing in her life. With a few strokes of the keyboard, she stumbles into the amazing sexual hunting grounds of the Internet, falling with eyes open into the world of adult personal ads.

As only a puppy can, she eagerly jumps into BDSM on her first real-time encounter, meeting the man who becomes her first master. With that initial taste of kinky sex, a desire that laid dormant for many years came alive so strong that there was no going back. Beginning with the man she first called master, puppy embarked upon a search for her true Master. This book is the result of six months of e-mail correspondence with her current Master, that began as He desired to know her better.

Since puppy is a quiet woman around her Master, it was only through the written word that her story emerged, eventually taking on a life of its own. puppy’s story includes memories of herself as a little girl learning about her body, her sexual awakenings in her teen years, and the maturing of her libidinal desires. There is no conflict or guilt in puppy’s story, just an overwhelming desire for completeness.
Fetish by Sherri L. King

Aerin is a middle-aged woman who has finally admitted to herself that her life is completely devoid of everything that makes life worth living. She has a good job that pays great, but with no real friends. At forty-seven, she's never even had a lover and is now facing menopause. Finally desperate to at least experience one grand adventure in her life, she decides to make a call to a sex club.

There she meets Violanti who sees in her all her potential and a beautiful soul. And, it becomes his purpose to help her see it too.
A Journey Round a Darker Sun by Simon Lowrie

A Journey Round A Darker Sun is the story of a beautiful young girl called Claire. She meets a man, and falls in love. Throughout the year the story tells, she tries to change herself to be the girl he wants.

Paul is devastating, wealthy, deadly. Paul is everything she never imagined, never dreamed of. He gives her sex, but not his love. He gives her presents, not his time. He also gives her discipline, as and when he thinks she needs it.
His 1st Time

Sean always dreamt of having a wild night of sex like the encounters his friend Mike always brags about. But he wasn't sure if the whips, handcuffs, and pain were what he wanted, until he met Tracey. There was no doubt that she was erotic, desirable, and completely in command. Sean new from the moment he saw her that this woman would change his ideas about sex forever. He didn't think twice about enduring the pain for the pleasure. Tracey soon showed him that he should have reconsidered before saying the magical words "I'm your slave."
Carrie's Story by Molly Weatherfield

"I had been Jonathan’s slave for about a year when he told me he wanted to sell me at an auction. I wasn’t in any condition to respond when he told me this." So begins Carrie’s tale of uncompromising sexual adventure. Set in San Francisco and Napa Valley, this is an erotic journey into the netherworld of slave auctions and training regimes. Imagine Story of O starring a Berkeley Ph.D. in comparative lit who moonlights as a bike messenger and has a penchant for irony, self-analysis, and anal sex. "My favorite neo-Victorian erotic romance writer ... bring on the ponies!’ — Susie Bright
Best Bondage Erotica by Alison Tyler

From the publishers of the best-selling Best Erotica series come these steamy, thought-provoking stories of sexual adventuring by M. Christian, Cara Bruce, and Mitzi Szereto among others. Whether tied up with rope or bound by a lover’s command, these authors probe the erotic spectrum of desire.
Blue: The Color of Desire by Patrick Linney

There is a glut of [bad stories] out there that present a completely ridiculous and unrealistic view to the 'vanilla' world outside of the lifestyle that some of us embrace daily. This is not one of those books - this presents a completely true world, a believable scenario that I think not only helps us kinky folk dream, but gives us something that we can strive toward. Honest, moving, and sometimes emotionally jarring. These are two real people, in a real relationship, not the cardboard cutouts that we don't seem to be able to escape in this genre.
Story of O by Pauline Reage. 1954.

Widely read novel about a young woman enticed into erotic SM and increasingly all-encompassing enslavement in the remote town of Roissy under the tutelage of her lover, René, and the experienced Sir Stephen. Published originally in French under the pseudonym Pauline Réage, whose identity (Dominique Aury) mystified readers and the media for a generation. The book is the source for a popular BDSM jewelry item: a ring with a dangling circle, symbolic of various BDSM elements such as the continuity of topping and bottoming, the cycle of life and love, openness of mind and body to one's beloveds, and the underlying conundrum of consent turning shackles into freedom.
Related Works:

--- Return to the Chateau: Preceded by, A Girl in Love (aka Story of O Part II)

--- More recent translation of the Story of O

--- VHS Video Story of O

--- DVD Story of O
Topping From Below, by Laura Reese.
Startlingly ingenious plot right from page one! A murder mystery with myriad twists and turns, this book also intertwines a lot of well-researched, knowledgeable descriptions and thoughtful developments of modern BDSM in complex relationships. I finished this book in three sittings, unable to put it down for the second half even though it took me late into the night. The plot has lots of nonconsensual activities as well as consensual ones; but this is not a case of the author's simply not understanding that modern BDSM emphasizes forthright communication between the partners about any issue that could compromise informed consent. In fact, the author clearly has thought deeply about many of the subtle issues involved, and maturely does not go overboard in talking down to the reader. There is also a nice tip of the hat to The Story of O that anyone who has read that book will pick up. The present tense writing style drove me nuts, along with some minor writing flaws; but the book was still worth it. Though my opinion might be controversial, I think this book is a step forward in "normalizing" BDSM in fiction by merely treating it as a relevant element that forwards a quality plot and character development in a useful way. Not everyone who does BDSM is good, and not everyone who does BDSM is bad; and when it comes to fiction with a plot and characters this promising, to obsess about whether a book gives a politically correct vision of what BDSM is about is beside the point. This book is a great read, and I highly recommend it to novices, experienced players, and those who just like a good murder mystery with lots of amazing, kinky sex and an ending that nevertheless stays ambiguous right to the point of revelation. Well, I'd have ended it differently; but the author has a reasonable literary case here. More like a murder mystery than erotica.
The Sharp Edge of Love: Extreme Sex! Mythic Romance! Primal Intensity! by Galen

The Sharp Edge of Love tears the cover off our culture's normally masked sexual identity and exposes the raw volcanic core within. This scintillating work tells the true stories of the erotic desires and fantasies of sexually submissive women, questing for their truth.
Gordon by Edith Templeton

Originally written under a pseudonym, this thrilling novel of passion in post-World War II London was banned upon its publication in the late 1960s, and is only now being republished under the author’s real name. Edith Templeton creates an indelible character in the smartly dressed Louisa, a savvy young woman in the midst of a divorce who meets a charismatic man in a pub and within an hour has been sexually conquered by him on a garden bench. Thus begins her baffling but magnetic love affair with, and virtual enslavement to, Richard Gordon.
Nine and a Half Weeks: A Memoir of a Love Affair by Elizabeth McNeill

Forget the movie! It's forgettable and formulaic. This 'journal' is anything but. The film does it no justice whatsoever. And much of what's in the film is from the terribly lacking imagination of the screenwriter, and not at all from the book. Let me state that I do not believe the events in the book to be true, but because of that, I have to say it is one of THE great novels ever pumped out by the U.S.. And ultimately, it is a tragedy that will etch itself into the tissue of the reader's brain for life, whether you like S/M, or whether you think it's uninteresting, or sick. The love of this woman is QUITE sincere; and the inward pain she experiences puts all the belt-beatings to shame.
Memoirs of a Geisha, by Arthur Golden.
Fiction that reads like an autobiography detailing the life and servitude of a geisha. Fascinating to read in a D/s light. Well-researched.
Domina: The Sextopians, by Gloria G. Brame.
Arden McLane, Jr., is a man without purpose, without ambition, without future, without a clue. Then he finds his destiny in the sordid, subterranean world of DOMINA, a wealthy woman of mystery and inflexible will. As one of her captive minions, Arden finds through bizarre torments and transcendant emotions truths he cannot deny. In Domina's cage, Arden finds the freedom to be himself.
Justine, Philosophy in the Bedroom and Other Writings, by the Marquis de Sade.
Justine is a novel about a young, naive woman who is coerced and (non-consensually) enticed into a swirl of sexual humiliation and BDSM activities. Written in the late 1700s, this book retains its readability as well as being of historical interest as an early work depicting d/s and SM. The Marquis de Sade (Donatien-Alphonse-Francois de Sade), from whom the word "sadism" derives, was a colorful character with broad sexual and BDSM interests, which he described in eye-opening detail in his various works. Although it is clear from many of his writings (such as Philosophy in the Bedroom and 120 Days of Sodom) that consent was not frequently an element of his assignations and orgies, in at least a few of his autobiographical and fictional accounts it appears that some involvements were mutually satisfying and consensually sought out by the women (and men) who suffered at his hand. Other books by the Marquis de Sade include: The 120 Days of Sodom and Other Writings and Juliette . See also Venus in Furs, by Leopold Sacher-Masoch.
Venus in Furs With Selected Letters of Sacher-Masoch, by Leopold Sacher-Masoch.
This novel, based on the worshipful, intense fantasies about a female-dom/ male-submissive relationship by Leopold Sacher-Masoch (whence the word "masochism"), was written in the 1800s. Of historical interest. The character of the female dom was based on Emilie Matajaan, an acquaintance of Sacher-Masoch's. Also interesting: The Confessions of Wanda Von Sacher-Masoch, by Wanda Von Sacher-Masoch, commentary by Marian Phillips, Caroline Hebert, V. Vale. See also: Justine, by the Marquis de Sade.