Sinful

(6 customer reviews)

$4.99

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6 reviews for Sinful

  1. Redrabbitt

    This is a unique story of Mellita Johnson, aka Lita and Brandt Striker. Lita was raised in a very strict, conservative religious environment where men were in control and woman had absolutely no say in marriage, children or even to have an opinion. After a horrible marriage arranged by her father to an older, impotent man who was verbally abusive, she divorced him, causing her family to shun her. Brandt meets Lita through his sister, and he is drawn to her. She is so naïve, has an innocence about her and had no self-confidence. Brandt is a natural dominant and takes his time with Lita. The plot kept the pages turning as their relationship unfolds. The dialog is minimal and a good bit of memories and the past. The story is explicit on sex, heavy and at times what seems harsh on punishments in this D/s relationship.

  2. Redrabbitt

    This is a unique story of Mellita Johnson, aka Lita and Brandt Striker. Lita was raised in a very strict, conservative religious environment where men were in control and woman had absolutely no say in marriage, children or even to have an opinion. After a horrible marriage arranged by her father to an older, impotent man who was verbally abusive, she divorced him, causing her family to shun her. Brandt meets Lita through his sister, and he is drawn to her. She is so na??ve, has an innocence about her and had no self-confidence. Brandt is a natural dominant and takes his time with Lita. The plot kept the pages turning as their relationship unfolds. The dialog is minimal and a good bit of memories and the past. The story is explicit on sex, heavy and at times what seems harsh on punishments in this D/s relationship.

  3. Cassandra

    Enjoyable! Well-written and engaging. Not terribly plot-heavy, Sinful is basically the story of how Mellita and Brandt met and fell in love and started having lots of sex and spankings and sexy spankings. (Which: cool.) The characters are likable and the sex scenes are particularly well-crafted and engagingly written.

    This note is more about my personal tastes than the quality of the writing or storytelling, but I think it\’s worth mentioning that some of the activities veer a little close to actually non-consensual for my tastes. (That is, there are times I got a tiny bit squeamish feeling like Mellita *genuinely Does Not Want* whatever is happening to her.) It\’s not terrible or disturbing, but I thought it was worth pointing out. That said, I truly did enjoy Sinful and will look out for more from Carolyn Faulkner.

  4. Cassandra

    Enjoyable! Well-written and engaging. Not terribly plot-heavy, Sinful is basically the story of how Mellita and Brandt met and fell in love and started having lots of sex and spankings and sexy spankings. (Which: cool.) The characters are likable and the sex scenes are particularly well-crafted and engagingly written.

    This note is more about my personal tastes than the quality of the writing or storytelling, but I think it’s worth mentioning that some of the activities veer a little close to actually non-consensual for my tastes. (That is, there are times I got a tiny bit squeamish feeling like Mellita *genuinely Does Not Want* whatever is happening to her.) It’s not terrible or disturbing, but I thought it was worth pointing out. That said, I truly did enjoy Sinful and will look out for more from Carolyn Faulkner.

  5. Katy Beth McKee

    Lita needs and wants what Brandt brings to the table but her almost abusive upbringing leads to the conflict of emotions between submission and giving in. We get to see her struggle to figure out the difference. We can also see Brandt develop the ability to balance patience and pushing forward to give them both satisfaction.

  6. Katy Beth McKee

    Lita needs and wants what Brandt brings to the table but her almost abusive upbringing leads to the conflict of emotions between submission and giving in. We get to see her struggle to figure out the difference. We can also see Brandt develop the ability to balance patience and pushing forward to give them both satisfaction.

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