Thinking Kinkier by Natalie Dae

Thinking Kinkier by Natalie Dae
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (55 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Anna has another fantasy. Can Kline take her to the place she wants to be?

With another weekend away due, Anna requests that Kline take her to sub-space during sex, somewhere he’s been several times but something she has so far failed to achieve. This time she’s intent on getting there, and with the help of her sexy-as-hell Dom, there’s no room for entertaining the fact she might not.

Kline wants to satisfy Anna’s every need and takes her to a new kind of hotel—one with a dungeon so he can use the facilities there to enable him to grant Anna’s latest desire.

Will they experience an off-the-charts-hot sexual experience that they’ll never forget?

Anna and Kline might have moved into their own house – where they could be as loud as they liked whenever the urge struck them – but their monthly trysts in a hotel continued to both their pleasures. This time though, Kline is determined to push Anna further, as far as she can manage, right into her sub-space. Will they be able to come back from pushing both their limits to the brink?

This is the second installment of Anna and Kline’s story (after “Think Kink”) and while it could probably be read as a stand alone, I think most readers will get far more enjoyment after having read the first story. I liked reading about Kline pushing Anna much further this time around, but feel some readers who only enjoy to dabble in reading kink might think this story pushes the envelope a little. I’ve read before of submissives finding their “subspace”, but never in quite so much detail and never in quite this way. While I genuinely enjoyed reading it, I found it slightly uncomfortable and am not sure it will be everyone’s cup of tea.

We learn more about both Anna and Kline as their relationship continues to grow, but much like the first story I feel it’s more of a scene/situation based story – not character driven story. Anna and Kline’s scenes, the eroticism of their relationship as they push each other’s boundaries is the main focus here, and while I enjoy the uniqueness of this, a part of me is starting to hunger for more details about them as people – as a couple and as individuals. The author has done an excellent job though in the short length of the story. I’m looking forward to reading the novel-length book next in this series.

A strongly written, highly erotic story of a well-established couple as they push themselves and each other to the edge of their boundaries and beyond.

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