Rachel Kramer Bussel ties her readers up in knots each year as they anticipate the very best BDSM stories of the year. And, she does not disappoint, defying the odds and occasionally gravity with tales of bondage at its best. These whip-smart tales of domination, submission, spanking, and other highly imaginative acts keep readers in a frenzy. Best Bondage Erotica 2014 features 21 hot bondage tales that titillate from the bedroom to the dungeon and beyond. Handpicked by best-selling erotica editor Bussel, these kinky stories show and tell exactly what it means to wield the special power of being in charge of someone else. These characters manipulate rope, handcuffs, leather straps, a St. Andrew's cross, a chair, and, in Raziel Moore's "My Own Device," a special contraption crafted just for bondage, with the ultimate aim of pleasing each partner. Here, bondage takes place behind secret doors, at sex parties, at the office, on a mountain hike, and, of course, at home.
"Bondage is about two things, first about seduction and yielding and second about accessories. Rachel Kramer Bussel’s Best Bondage Erotica: 2014 emphasizes both aspects—of the freedom that can be found in restraint, in the giving in to the will of another human being—being safe and sane at same time that is, and in enjoying the hell out of some toys." —City Book Review
"Whether you are looking for romantic and inspiring or public and graceful or down right kinky and hardcore, you will find it within the pages of this climatic book." —Fresh Fiction
"The book is a fantastic mix of bondage related tales and I’m sure that there is something for all bondage lovers in it. I just loved it from start to finish!" —Cara Sutra, reviewed by Dynamite Mi
|Rachel Kramer Bussel is a writer, editor, blogger, and event organizer. She’s edited over 60 anthologies, including Fast Girls, Orgasmic, Come Again: Sex Toy Erotica, Gotta Have It, Begging for It, Tasting Him, Tasting Her, Please, Sir, and Please, Ma’am, and is the editor for the 'Best Women’s Erotica of the Year' series. She writes widely about sex, dating, books, and pop culture and has contributed to the New York Times, the Washington Post, Elle.com, Glamour, Marie Claire, Salon, and the Village Voice, among others. Rachel teaches and consults about erotica at EroticaWriting101.com.|
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