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Unlike watching a movie, a book allows you to immerse yourself in a new and unfamiliar world. You get to imagine the characters of the novel as you live vicariously through them. Of course, a touch of erotica only serves to make any novel more interesting. Throughout the novel, Caton finds herself becoming drawn to her new boss, the seductively beautiful Amelia. At Her Feet by Rebekah Weatherspoon This modern novel tackles the dangers and the excitement of finding sexual thrills online. At Her Feet is about Suzanne, a young digital marketing whiz who is casually looking for a quick online fling.
She then meets Mami-P, an intriguing dominatrix looking for a good time. What seems like a casual online tryst then becomes an erotic BDSM adventure that upends her life.
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When she phones a sex hotline, she is greeted by the sultry Christina, a young woman working odd jobs to make ends meet. The two strike up an erotic conversation that might just spill over into the real world.
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Their relationship is the perfect refuge from her stressful job in digital marketing, soothing away the strain of long hours spent catering to unreasonable clients. But when work and kink collide, can her relationship with Pilar withstand the pressure? Her occasional flashes of insecurity and vulnerability make her relatable and reinforce how much she cares for Suzanne and her wellbeing. I backed away and vowed never to read anything like that again. Everything between Pilar and Suzanne is consensual, they talk about limits before they start to play together, and they regularly check in to discuss how things are going.
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During the day she is an up and coming digital marketing executive, holding down a stressful job, managing complex projects and handling difficult clients. As they begin to explore a contract it soon becomes clear that they have the potential to form much more than a short-term connection. We all have very different responses to erotica; some love it, some are revolted by it. If you like mild BDSM you will love this book.