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What happens when an introverted artist who only likes sex when it's a one night stand meets a computer geek extraordinaire with his own sexy secrets? Objectification romance pain adoration lots of kinky toys and oodles and oodles of wonderfully imaginative sexJoin Cara and Travis on their journey to mesh their distinctive sexual tastes into a loving relationship with blow your mind kink


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    I honestly didn't think it was going to end like this I was quite certain that my review was going to be along the lines of objectification is Not My Kink NMK which it isn't but my distaste for this book has nothing to do with the kink and everything to do with the characters As an author you don't get to be both the safe and responsible BDSM book and break the rules at the same timeLet's start with the easy Objectification is boring to me because a non interactive non sentient thing doesn't excite me sexually gorgeous works of engineering are sexy but I still won't have sex with them So when a good portion of the book revolves around a character wishing to be sexually taken while acting as a lamp or table does nothing for me I could be reading the Tax Code for as much as it interested me To be fair if this turns your crank then the descriptions of her transformation to thing might interest you For me this read like BDSM 101 meets IKEA assembly directions without the diagrams The book spent so much time explaining how the dominant sadist wanted to push her in ways she wanted but not beyond To give her the thrill without permanently hurting or completely dehumanizing her This was the BDSM 101 portion with all the negotiations and safeword discussions and constant checking pose for safety and comfort Fine Responsible SSC author at work snores Also not thrilled with the multiple uses of the term monster to describe the Dom He's a sadist but to label him a monster even if one then shows him in another light is cheap titillation Additionally the following speculation is disturbingly like something from Tipper Gore's Parental Advisory campaign logic at work He knew why he was warped — watching his first porn at eleven and violent pornography at twelve or thirteen had created the possibilities of a monster While I agree that desensitization can occur with repeated exposures to things I don't believe things like videos or games or movies or books turn on a switch that doesn't already exist in a person Thank goodness the author absolved the hero of responsibility for his fatal flaw And I'd have rated this book favorably if it weren't for the following points that highlight multiple character's amoral behavior and condoning it “Personally I have major issues when someone lacks the capacity to give informed consent However in this case I don’t think there’s anything to be done because I don’t believe the woman in question can be brought back to her humanity” And this is the individual's justification for not acting “The current laws criminalize anything that deliberately puts so much as a bruise on someone whether consensual or not Dangerous rationalization To see another weaker than you unable to help themselves and you do nothing because you don't think any can be done even though you believe they want to be free? To see a criminal act an egregious crime and not do anything makes you complicit in the act It does not absolve you of the responsibility And this was the main MC's mentor Are you fucking kidding me? By the way this was written as the strawman to reassure the MC that he was not a monster because he no desire to perform extreme body modification subject her to bestiality and then ignore her because she was no longer fit for companionship without the ability to interact while pursuing it from othersThe whole mindset behind objectification eludes me The person wants to simultaneously to be nothing but not to be invisible or ignored They seek attention without wanting the appearance of desiring it by making themselves a non entity This desperate need but unwillingness to accept it All I can think is denial Second the one MC is depicted as hacking into financial private and public servers and computers to avenge his little woman The glossed over vigilantism in a non comic book setting is not charming and smacks of Hegel's Superman theory He doesn't have to follow the rules because he's above them Finally the female character who was seeking objectification was incredibly selfish For nearly the entirety of the story all the scenes revolved around her and her needs and desires with little concern for the Dom He had things he really enjoyed and she took half a year before even considering trying to meet some his key turn ons The justification and absolution of her responsibility for how she became broken was unconvincing but did make her deviance acceptable since it wasn't her fault Do you see the disturbing similarity in both MCs where they are described as incredibly kinky and it's not there fault and oh kinky is okay No it's not okay if you need to absolve the MCs in order to gain reader sympathy Maybe they're wired that way and it's OKAY They don't NEED excuses Add in the billionaire lifestyle and this book read like a kinky episode of Rich Famous which is not entertaining to me but I'm sure tickles many others' fancies If this book had not tried to present itself as responsible BDSM then I'd probably have forgiven it much of the fantasy like elements but you don't get to eat your cake and have it too Overall It's niche fantasy erotica masquerading as responsible BDSM which makes it INCREDIBLY IRRESPONSIBLE