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Toni Bentley: The Erotic Bliss of Sweet Surrender

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Toni Bentley is, among other things, a sensualist. A purring, sexual tigress, who does not withhold her claws, Bentley loves to take it in the ass—and has found an enduring erotic ecstasy in being a bottom.



"While many men warmed to the erotic message of The Surrender, the majority of feminists opined that S&M role-play, including sodomy, was an extension of male oppression."

Sorry, but what an utter load of rubbish. I'm getting really sick of reading people saying that 'feminists' are anti-S&M role-play and anal sex. You do get the odd one who is (eg, 'I blame the patriarchy' blog), but it really seems to be incredibly uncommon, in fact, many famous female submissives (eg, Madison Black) identify as feminists. So if women don't like this book, maybe it's because it's a terrible, boring book full of its author's massively inflated sense of her own importance (that's what I thought) and not because they think there's something oppressive about anal sex and/or S&M.


I recently finished The Surrender. It wasn't the best book I've ever read, but it was well worth the 200 pages.


wonderful read


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  • Just who is Cole Riley? And what kind of life lead him to write about the streets in such vivid and sometimes gritty detail, while weaving in steamy sex and believable intimacy? Surely there are great stories, from his apprenticeship to beloved mentors, to his start at Holloway House publishing, to his current anthologies and projects.

    Back in the 1970s, Cole Riley says he was a lost soul. A young black man who used to run the streets, hang out with the bad guys, and do things that were a thugs’ foolishness – these are his words. But it was from those people, whose lives he shared, which formed the substance of the stories Cole Riley would later write. Cole discovered reading and writing, he discovered his love for words, and language and the art of storytelling. He apprenticed with some great people and got his life straightened out. Two of the people who helped Cole on the road to erotica were Dian Hanson, and Peter Wolf with Cole’s job at Oui Magazine. Cole became well known for his brand of urban fiction, and gained a portion of the large and dedicated fan base there. In his recent book, Making the Hook-Up, Cole Riley explores the depth and variety of black sexuality. Cole is inspired by the writing that makes you feel, the old masters and the young rebels. He finds that his imagination sets him apart from some writers; he approaches everything from a creative slant and with the goal of going further each time than he has before. Cole’s mission, through his work, is to inspire the readers. Now in his fifties, Cole has seen a lot and lived quite a life. His experiences only serve to make his writing richer, more detailed, and more provocative. As he pushes the envelope further, Cole is changing the way African American erotica is written, and thus opening up new possibilities for the genre as a whole. What will the next offering from Cole Riley bring? Let’s find out!

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