Whether you're simply curious about submission or regularly revel in the delights of BDSM, these sixty-nine erotic short stories about submissives will turn you on! From participating in a musical recital that takes a very kinky turn to making a grocery run while using sex toys to indulging in a risqué office encounter during working hours, these subs delight in obeying (or deliberately disobeying) their masters and mistresses in public and in private. They're rewarded and punished the most wicked of ways that will leave you breathless. Edited by Rachel Kramer Bussel, with stories by Selena Kitt, Jade A. Waters, Dorothy Freed, and Sommer Marsden, among other talented writers, The Big Book of Submission, Volume 2 offers arousing tales that delve deep into the thrills of spanking, bondage, power dynamics, service, exhibitionism, erotic adventure, and much more.
About the Author
Rachel Kramer Bussel (rachelkramerbussel.com) is a writer, editor, event organizer and erotica writing instructor. She's edited over 60 anthologies, including The Big Book of Orgasms, Come Again: Sex Toy Erotica, Dirty Dates, On Fire, Spanked, Please, Sir, Please, Ma'am, and is Best Women's Erotica of the Year series editor. Her nonfiction has been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Marie Claire, O, The Oprah Magazine, Elle.com, Salon, Slate, Time.com, The Village Voice and numerous other publications. Follow her @raquelita on Twitter and learn more about her writing workshops and consulting at EroticaWriting101.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I raced through these stories. They gave me all sorts of ideas and turned me on. Some of my favorites were Grocery Run, which I will think of every time I'm at the grocery store, One Word Leads to Another and Room 253. Even though they're very short, they painted very vivid pictures. I'll be rereading many of them.
There's a reason why shorts aren't typically my thing. This anthology both confirmed and shattered this statement. I requested a copy because of the subject matter and the promise of variety. On that front, it didn't disappoint. Most were pleasurable and enjoyable. Some were not even close to my cup of tea. This truly is a mixed bag and there is probably something for everyone within its pages. It was great to meet some new to me authors and ones that I look forward to reading in the future. Submission truly does take many forms and this anthology is quite broad in range and variety. I received an advanced reader copy of this book for a voluntary and completely honest review.