"Erotica BDSM theme: You may need a few accessories...a cool drink or a hot man!"
This one is NOT for the faint of heart! BODICE RIPPERS is
composed of three very different tales linked by the BDSM
theme of each one.
The first offering, "Bondage, Beauty and the Beast", takes
us to Medieval England in a beauty and the beast tale, with
a serious twist, or should I say 'bent'. The beast is
truly monstrous yet very erotic. The beauty simply can't
help herself. I truly enjoyed following these two down the
path of decadence. I believe you will, too.
Our next story, "A Question of Pleasure", takes us to
Confederate America and the War Between the States. Rose
is a rebel spy and Alan is a union major. Rose has to
betray Alan and, of course, he must punish her. The unique
aspect of this tale is that it isn't only the female
character being introduced to new delights of the flesh.
The male character is also a novice when it comes to erotic
discipline. This adds an entirely new dimension when you
consider how a man may react when he feels that dominant
thrill for the first time. This story is definitely worth
your time and attention.
Last but certainly not least, we go to the future for "The
Bloodslave". Here we meet not one but three wonderfully
alpha vampires. Unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, for
Verica Sher, these particular vampires haven't had a woman,
in either way, in six months. Now, we all know vampires
prefer human blood to synthetic and warm aroused blood best
of all. This tale will definitely enthrall the adventurous
among you, just as it did me.
Well, this is my two cents worth on BODICE RIPPERS, a very
appropriate title, by the way. But, don't take my word for
it; try this one on for size yourself. One more thing, you
may need a few accessories...a cool drink or a hot man. (;
Ti Brown © Copyright April 2002
ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted April 13, 2002
In Anastasia Day's Bodice Rippers, three lovely women meet
the Prince Charming they've been searching for
ñ only to discover his idea of "happily ever after" includes
handcuffs and riding crops. The first story,
"Bondage, Beauty and the Beast," is definitely not the
Disney version as the Beast teaches his Beauty erotic
submission. In "A Question of Pleasure," a Union captain
discovers his lover is a Confederate spy and sets
out to discover just what secrets she's revealed ñ even if
he must use sensuous persuasion to make her
talk. Finally, a pretty mercenary becomes "The Bloodslave"
when she finds herself a prisoner of war to
three kinky vampires who consider her virginity an