Safe Word: An Erotic S/M Novel

Safe Word: An Erotic S/M Novel

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ISBN-13: 9781573449359
Publisher: Start Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 05/14/2013
Edition description: Second Edition
Pages: 252
Product dimensions: 7.80(w) x 5.20(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Molly Weatherfield is the penname of Pam Rosenthal, author of Carrie's Story (Cleis, 2002) and the forthcoming romance novel The Bookseller's Daughter (Kensington, 2003). She has written for and her writing appears in Susie Bright's Best American Erotica 2000. Pam is also married to Michael Rosenthal, owner of Modern Times Bookstore in San Francisco, CA.

Best-selling BDSM novelist Anneke Jacob is the author of As She's Told and Owned and Owner and resides in Toronto.

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Safe Word

A Novel
By Molly Weatherfield

Cleis Press

Copyright © 2013 Molly Weatherfield
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9781573449359

From The First Day (p 52)

He'd shut the door of the hotel room behind us and cut the laces of my dress with a pocketknife. I was kneeling now, at this feet, wearing only my shoes and stockings. The leash I'd worn that afternoon was a shiny pile of links under a bright lamp on the table at his elbow, next to an old leather casket that looked like it might originally have held coins or jewels.

I watched the large hands select items--shiny metal, dark leather, matte rubber--from the casket, arranging them on the table's lacquered top as though he were preparing for surgery. Finally a riding crop, next to a slender whip coiled like a watchful black snake at the table's edge. He latched the casket and put it on the floor.

He considered the hardware he'd chosen for a minute then, before picking out a brass clamp to bind my cuffs together behind my back. And now a pair of nipple clips. They were pretty, actually, shaped like little seashells.

"Good," he murmered, fingering my right nipple, which had stiffened when he'd run the palm of his hand lightly across it. "Very good, very obedient little body." He opened a clip and closed it painfully on me. I kept silent, as tears started their mascaraed paths down my cheeks. I breathed hard, leaning into the pain, as it bit into my other nipple, tugged at my other breast.

The clips were attached by a silver chain. He tugged at the chain, lightly, this way and that. My breathing became tremulous, sobbing moans bubbling out of me, ebbing and flowing with the awful pulling at my breasts. He kissed me--light kisses on the cheeks, my eyelids, the underside of my chin near the collar. He picked up another of the shing objects from the table and hung it from the chain between my nipples. A weight. No, not just a weight. A bell. It tinkled gaily. He took it off, substituted a heavier one, with a deeper sound, and unhooked my wrists.

"Hands and knees." He slapped my ass lightly. "Head up, and crawl around the perimeter of the room. Quickly. I want to hear your bell jingle loudly." I bet he did.


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Safe Word 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Sunjakat More than 1 year ago
I don't know about most but I didn't seem to be as into this one as much as I did the first one. The first one seemed to have more description, and thought put into the writing. The second one was written in a different style for the beginning and it threw me off.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed Carrie's Story, the prequel to Safe Word, and I was looking forward to reading the next chapter in the story. And I was not disappointed! Molly Weatherfield has a way with words, safe or otherwise. The characters are realistic and are able to evoke real emotions (at least from me!). I'm so glad I got the chance to see what happened next to them. Plus, the sex scenes are hot, hot, hot! Totally recommend this title!
msj116 More than 1 year ago
If you enjoyed the first book, I recommend this sequel. Carrie and Jonathan's stories from their year apart are worth reading. I was sad to see them go.
Guest More than 1 year ago
thought the author made up for the first with the twisted ending of the second,but still was missing something that i just can't put my finger on
FicusFan on LibraryThing 18 days ago
Not as good as the previous book, and much too short. It takes Carrie from her sale to the end of her term of service. She goes to meet her former owner and the story is told by each taking turns to tell what their life has been like during her time away.While it is interesting to have both master and slave tell stories, it really doesn't leave Carrie much time to re-live her time in Greece. The result is a rather pallid book in terms of the erotic content.The addition towards the end of a mystery character is also not satisfying. The ending appears to confuse some who miss the point that Carrie has now become a more focused Jonathan.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was just OK. I really didn't need to read it.
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RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Carrie is a woman that knew she wanted something different in her sex life. she was tired of the old boring thing all the time. Now she has really went into even more of the unknown then when she first started. In this book we get different POV from the Dominant and the Sub. I read Carrie’s Story and thought that I would read this one next. It was nothing I thought I would be reading. I was a little confused and thought in the last book that she had left Jonathan and now he has sold her to another Dom. I was really taken on a whole new adventure and one I wasn’t sure I wanted to be on. I just couldn’t get in the story and caught myself skipping some of it. I would start reading and put it down to do something else and then come back to it later. I try to finish something that I started but this one was hard. I am not into the horse thing. Why would you want to be like a horse and be in races when you are a human? I just could not grasp the concept. The story was well written and I usually enjoy reading things that are different and unknown. This one was just a little too much for me. I did have some problems with the first book, Carrie’s Story, and didn’t think this one would go way beyond the means that it did. There were some parts of the book that I liked. Getting to know what each person was thinking was good and getting to know more about things that I didn’t know before. I like the whole whipping and bringing pain to feel pleasure. Some things I might even consider doing. I guess I just want to read something that had a happy ending. I know everything doesn’t come with one but with this series you just never know what you will get. I am glad that I for through it as much as I could. If this is the thing you are into then this could be the book for you. For me I just couldn’t get into it.
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Piercese More than 1 year ago
The Writing style changed from the first one, there was way too much Kate for my taste. I kept finding myself having to reread parts of the story to remember what had happened. I was really hoping that Carrie would find her HEA.
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Mdsable01 More than 1 year ago
everything you were looking for in a book with tantalizing sexuality that gets you hooked right away.
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Still highly intelligent. Love the stories back & forth.
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