Review: Bad Boys and Bondage


Bad Boys and Bondage
Bad Boys and Bondage by Powerone

My rating: 3 of 5 stars



Who doesn’t like a bad boy with bondage? Holy hot bondage bonfire! BAD BOYS AND BONDAGE starts out a very small simmer and escalates into a flaming book of hawtness. Sandy is a twenty five year old going on fifty. She’s the good girl stuck in a rut with her predictable boyfriend, Ben. Ben is not exactly the one to blame despite the way the book implies. Ben is a nice guy who is a bit boring and enjoys his routine. Too bad he’s treating his girlfriend like a sure thing. Whenever a lover is treated as a “sure thing” the relationship can go awry.

Essentially, the sex between Ben and Sandy is terrible. Neither one pleases the other yet both think they are giving the other decent sex. The lack of communication between the two is all too realistic and rather depressing. The beginning of book is rather dull as the reader learns about these two lackluster characters and their unsatisfying sex.

When Sandy finally takes the proverbial stick out of her ass and sticks a dick in it instead, the story becomes smexy and fun. Powerone is not a stranger to the BDSM fantasy world. His writing is deliciously depraved when it comes to the carnal aspects. He writes about sexy bad boys who love to dominate and submissive feels loving every debauchery. In this story, the second half of the book is filled with these glorious descriptive scenarios. Sandy going from frigidity to wantonness within a few short fucks. With Misty as the catalyst, Sandy dives straight into a pool of bad boys who force Sandy out of her comfort zone. Misty is not left untouched. Her whining for a sexual alpha male gives her a bit more than she could handle.

The hot sex is why the kink rating is 4. The writing is at a 3 because it does need a bit more work. The switching point of view between each character in the book is a no-no. It detracts from the reading experience because it takes the reader out of the story to figure out which character is talking. Within a span of a couple of pages, the point of view switches from Sandy to Ben and then to Misty. Misty is a secondary support character as Sandy’s roommate. In most cases, a secondary character’s point of view is irreverent. It doesn’t add to the experience, it only causes the book to lose focus. This switching occurs throughout the entire book.

For a more focused and tightly written book, the point of view should only be from the main character. This would be Sandy. It doesn’t mean that Ben and Misty can’t talk or respond to Sandy. What it means is that Ben and Misty would need to respond through dialog or actions. Actions are generally better because it paints a clear picture for the reader to visualize. Some authors do like to have two different point of views. If that is the case, then it would be the two main characters, Ben and Misty. Even then, the point of view would only switch at the end of a chapter, not ping pong back and forth within several paragraphs.

Overall this book is a delightful read and recommended to kinky readers who want to see a submissive slut in the making.

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