Books from the Scene

Discussion in 'Section open for any subject to discuss' started by subspace, May 22, 2009.

  1. subspace

    subspace Member

    I feel like I have hit a dead end and need suggestions. Here are some of favorites and a few that were not worth the time.

    All time best series (besides Twilight :D)
    The Black Dagger Brotherhood by JR Ward
    Lots of hot alpha male vampires ‘claiming’ their women
    tons of BDSM running through this series

    The Immortals After Dark Series by Kresley Cole
    I think any sub would love the first book but the whole series is great

    Pure BDSM novels

    The Dark Garden by Eden Bradley
    Wicked Ties by Shayla Black
    Breaking the Girl (hated) by Kim Corum
    Carrie’s Story by Molly Weatherfield

    What are your favorites or ones we should stay away from???
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  2. Sparrow69

    Sparrow69 Moderator

    ...I know it may seem odd, but I'm fond of the bible. Read it as a story with an open mind, especially if you can get one written as literature. without all the thou's and Thee's..
    It has command and punishment, Violation and trust, Adultery, slavery, torture, submission, femdom, bondage... its great. Read about samson, or daniel, or even the temptations... how about the story of sodom with its tales of debauchery and rape.

    Besides that, there's always Lolita, Madame Butterfly, The Story of O, Fetish, Screw the roses - send me thorns, Thornbirds (although not a traditional SM book, but then again, neither is the bible), Dante's Inferno, and, oh yeah, MINE...
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  3. Amuk

    Amuk Member

    Looks like I need to take a trip to either the library or the book store!
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  4. Sparrow69

    Sparrow69 Moderator

    that you will, although i'm also a fan of the author in your signature...
  5. Amuk

    Amuk Member

    Unfortunately, I can't say I am. At least not yet. What I've read of him and his stories I've liked though. I don't really get to read nearly as much as I'd like. And when I do read it's mainly been for school.
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  6. Prissy

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    Sparrow, how do you expect an athiest to read the bible?

    Edit: I am the atheist in question.
  7. Sparrow69

    Sparrow69 Moderator

    Amuk, so did I. We were given free reign to do a book report/ term paper on any subject relating to psychology, and how it effected the whole of social genre, i did mine on "Crimes of Love"... low and behold, we had to give an oral presentation, mine lasted all of 3 minutes before the professor stopped me, I still got an A.
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  8. Sparrow69

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    As i said, read it as a literary book, not as a religious book. Just because you don't believe in god, doesn't mean that the book doesn't exist. Hell, My Theology teacher in Seminary to me "the bible is the greatest work of Fiction ever written by Man" and he was A Catholic Priest.
  9. subspace

    subspace Member

    The Bible? Humm I’ll have to think about that. After 12 years of Catholic school I am more comfortable questioning the Bible than enjoying it as a great literary work. I knew you would have an interesting twist to this!

    My Top's favorite quote is: "Sex w/o pain and fear is like food w/o taste" by Marqis de Sade. The problem is that he never experiences this aspect, only I do! So I think he shouldn't be allowed to use it anymore! *yeah right*
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  10. Sparrow69

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    Just because he's not experience pain himself during sex or fear during sex doesn't mean he hasn't experienced them. Remember there are two sides to every experience, that of the receiver, and that of the deliverer...

    Perhaps where your reading, "Sex w/o (being in) pain and (being in) fear is like food w/o taste", hes reading as "Sex w/o (causing) pain and (causing) fear is like food w/o taste"
  11. I have amassed quite a collection of erotic novels by Black Lace. They don't specialise in BDSM, but among them are a few good BDSM novels, for example...

    'I Know You, Joanna' and 'Kings's Pawn' by Ruth Fox
    'Sleazy Rider' by Karen S Smith
    'Slave To Success' by Kimberley Raines'
    'Entertaining Mr Stone' and 'Continuum' by Portia Da Costa
    'Liberty Hall' by Kate Stewart
    'The Captivation' by Natasha Rostova

    And I've been working on a novel of my own for 5 years, about a stubborn former pro dominatrix who is taught by an equally stubborn, and dangerous, dominant man how to accept and enjoy the delights of slavery. It's finished, but far from complete, if that makes any sense, and once it is finally finished, I'll be sending it off for consideration.
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  12. Amuk

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    That is nothing less than awesome. Too bad he didn't let you give the rest of your presentation though. Just shows that we still need to spread the understanding, right?

    You know, I think I could actually get along with that priest. Most religious people I know pretty much babble on about how the Bible is completely infallible. It's nice to see that there are some people out there that can still believe in God, while still being able to think critically about a book that was written by multiple authors over many years, long after Jesus had died.
  13. ReallyGreen

    ReallyGreen Member

    'The Sword of Truth' series by Terry Goodkind have several BDSM themes throughout, most famous being the Mord-Sith, leather-clad interrogationists and "trainers" of the D'Haran military. I think they even made the crappy 'condensed for TV' version: Legend of the Seeker (ABC).

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  14. Sparrow69

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    i think he had an issue with me saying "It clear that the Marque was stuck in the Anal Phase of development by his numerous references of placing his engorged penis membrane into the virgin anuses of underage maidens in a guise to protect their virtue, only to devour said virtue after they were in a state of conformed complacency from having been sodomized forcefully." as that was the quote that he wrote on the report of my paper, and the last thing I said in my tirade of obscene and vulgar references and quotes of passages...

    He was such a prude.

    Yes, there are a few good ones left, just like is men.... ;)

    I don't know why I didn't think of that in the wee hours of the morning. They butchered it to put it on TV, but the Confessors.... Of my....
  15. ReallyGreen

    ReallyGreen Member

    And I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Ann Rice's Sleeping Beauty trilogy. So I get firsties on them: They suck.

    Specifically: I'm guessing every fifth word is "spank". Apart from spanking there are probably two themes; Beauty is ashamed because she's naked (you'd think she'd get over it after a few months of being constantly naked, in a castle full of naked people) and boy-on-boy sex (This is an Ann Rice novel after-all.) The titular character doesn't even have much sex in the books, but boy do her boyfriends see a lot of action.

    In summation: Terribly written, and spanking becomes so boring upon reading page after page that you'll actually start to question whether you can ever be excited by it again in RL. :(

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