Flying by Rebecca Black

The blindfold was soft against her skin. She kept turning her head to see if it was totally secure – hoping and dreading that she’d see who was going to walk through the bedroom door. The material moved a little but never enough, brushing the tips of her eyelashes as she searched the darkness. She

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Private Festivities by Rebecca Black

I stand still. Blindfolded. Waiting. The two glasses of wine that I drank with my colleagues half an hour ago flow through my body. I feel reckless and free. Losing my sight has heightened my other senses. I listen to the laughter and music coming from the staff Christmas party down the hall; the distant

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Toy Review: Cara Sutra’s Beginners Bondage Kit

I recently read a piece in a national newspaper by a well-known columnist, which was a positive review of a new novel. The praise may have been well-deserved, but it was only when I scrolled down to the Comments section that it became apparent that the columnist and author were great friends – something readers

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