Yes, Sir - book by Cleis Press Inc. - review by maskedpuppy

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Yes with a capital "Why?"

All in all, I'd recommend this book for someone who's just edging into erotica and who isn't particularly wild with fetishes. Someone who's into traditional male-on-female domination will thoroughly enjoy this book, but if you're looking for a wide range of fetishes you should look elsewhere. Good 'fap' material, not the best for the educated and experienced reader.
well written and sexy.
not particularly original, narrow range of fetish material.
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Although I'm a massive fan of erotica of all types, I honestly just couldn't find the motivation to really get to work on reading this. Maybe I'm just jaded, but I've read a lot of male dom porn stories in my day, and there isn't a lot bound in this book that I couldn't find described far better for free on the internet.

I've had it laying around for ages, and as I said, it literally felt like WORK to sit down and read these stories. They weren't BAD of course; the stories were completely hot and well written. However, the subject material was that of a thousand other stories; you can only write a story about a man dominating a girl so many times before it gets a little overwhelmingly boring. Another aspect of the stories that took a little bit of the 'magic' away for me is knowing that all these authors are not necessarily submissive women in and of themselves; fiction loses much of its charm when plainly presented as such, especially in the erotica industry where experience is vital to a good, well-written story.

I spotted a few holes in the stories where honestly, NO master would behave this way. There were fewer parts where the girls' actions were unrealistic, but don't get me wrong; they were there too. There weren't a lot of truly sweet D/s relationship moments either, which makes a lot of the BDSM stuff worth it to me past the sexualized whips-and-chains aspects.

Overall, I found myself disappointed and a bit bored with the stories overall, and the book seemed to drag on for me. I was much more enthralled by the "Please, Sir" and "Please, Ma'am" books; the subject material was a bit more exotic and the stories seemed more real. However, this was a decent read and I'd certainly recommend it for a beginner in the world of erotica, especially someone who's an avid fan of male-dominated D/s relationships.

I simply suggest the reader be prepared to be unsurprised.
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  • LostBoy988
    Thanks for the review
  • fredacarl
    Great review.
  • jeep9
    Great review.
  • BusyMe
    I agree, great review..
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