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Book by Cleis Press Inc.

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9 reviews
  • 5 stars: 5
  • 4 stars: 4
  • 3 stars: 0
  • 2 stars: 0
  • 1 stars: 0
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9 reviews

If you are wanting to know what happened to Carrie and Jonathon from Carrie's Story, this is your chance! The reunion, the sex, and the stories! The twists and turns, the unexpected, and the hot, sultry, sexy confessions! I could not put it down!

This book is one of the best sequels I have read in a long, long time. All of the loose ends of the first story are tied up in a way that makes the reader feel satisfied and a tiny bit melancholic. Carrie's Story and Safe Word should grace every erotic bookshelf!

Safe Word picks up where Carrie's Story left off, taking you through a year of Carrie's training and her reunion with Jonathan. It will keep you engrossed until the end and impatient to know what follows.

Most S & M erotica stories are tediously cruddy. This book is anything but tedious or cruddy. Infact it has to be one of the hottest bunch'o'words I have read in ages.

"Safe Word" is a must-read if you enjoyed "Carrie's Story." It is also a must-read if you enjoy pony play, but read "Carrie's Story" first!

This book picks up where Carrie's Story left off and gets you sucked back into the S&M world. If you liked the first book, then you MUST read this one. Overall it was a great read and I liked it even better than the first.

While I wasn't as impressed as I was with the prequel, "Carrie's Story", this novel was still a great book in itself. You get to follow Carrie as she tells the story of her year away from Johnathan while she was with a Master who strictly trained her, trained her as a pony girl, and made her serve with other submissives.

Like Carrie’s Story, Safe Word is an extraordinarily well-written, engaging work of erotic fiction. The story itself invites skepticism, but the way in which it’s told pulls the reader in to the extent that the unbelievable becomes plausible.

For my intro to S/m, Safe Word was insightful. However, I'm not sure what seasoned S/m fans will think. However my two cents are that is is well written, definitely kinky, and oh so good!

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