Those Girls

Those Girls Sandy a bisexual male dom catches Vanessa a beautiful reporter sniffing around his BDSM club and gives her the kind of punishment she not only deserves but also longs for

  • Title: Those Girls
  • Author: Alison Tyler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sandy, a bisexual male dom, catches Vanessa, a beautiful reporter, sniffing around his BDSM club, and gives her the kind of punishment she not only deserves, but also longs for.

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      Published :2019-06-22T11:34:51+00:00

    About "Alison Tyler"

    1. Alison Tyler

      Alison Tyler is an American author, editor and publisher of erotica, living in Northern California She has authored over 20 explicit novels, hundreds of short stories and has edited than 30 erotic anthologies.

    791 thoughts on “Those Girls”

    1. In the post-FSOG era, writing effective, arousing and literate BDSM erotica has become an almost impossible task. Ideas and expressions that were once fresh and exciting are now clichés. At the same time, the readership for kinky fiction has expanded to include hundreds of thousands who are intrigued and aroused by dominance and submission, but who may have never experienced it.As an author, you have to avoid sugar-coating the interactions between the top and bottom, reducing a BDSM scene to †[...]

    2. I cannot get enough of Alison Tyler’s stories, and Those Girls is exactly the reason why.A steamy novelette from the point of view of an experienced Dom (Sandy) and his interactions with a newbie sub (Vanessa), Those Girls is true Alison Tyler style: rich characters, wild sex scenes, and a great big dose of incredibly sexy BDSM flair. The fact that this story is from the Dom’s point of view rather than the sub’s makes it far more intense and delicious. One can fully engage with Sandy’s d [...]

    3. This short story was an absolute delight for me to read. I thought by looking at the cover I could guess what it would be about. (No, I didn’t read the synopsis.) Alison surprised me completely by writing this book in the first person, a Dom person. I rode right along with Sandy (the Dom) as he tries to figure out what that new girl in leather wants at his club. I am totally “Team Sandy” now. Alison completely covers the bases by subtly introducing characters in a scene that are brought to [...]

    4. ''She looked at me with those eyes, sub eyes.''I loved this novelette! It was short, steamy hot and has accurate BDSM themes that some of the novels I read lately lack. Also, experiencing everything through Dom's point of view was pure delight. Even though the story was short it gave me, the reader, a sense of more I imagined an amazing future for the new sub Vanessa and experienced Dom Sandy.This is the first work of Allison Tyler I read so far and I sure will try to read more of her novels in [...]

    5. This book packs a great deal of nuance, character development, and hot sex — particularly considering its abbreviated length. It was nice to be in the head of a dominant male who's a character not a caricature, catching glimpses of his vulnerabilities, assumptions, desires, and so forth. The main character is experienced and knows what he's doing, but not to the point that he loses his humanity or can't be changed by a powerful encounter with the right sub. Vivid and authentic.

    6. The story was interesting enough to keep me reading to the end. But I still felt it could have been fleshed out more. I wanted more from the character. I still want to know more about their lives and what happens next. Guess this is the down side to short stories.Did I like it enough to read more from this author: still determining that

    7. I gobbled this novelette up in one quick greedy bite. Alison is a favorite writer/editor of mine. She writes complex characters with distinct personalities. Her imagery is hit, and her portrayal of BDSM is on point. Also, as I told Alison on twitter, I can't help but love a submissive whose safe word is misogynist.

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