For some, this can be a red hot fantasy and to others, this is the most terrible, horrendous and shameful thought that a woman could ever have. This great divide is the reason why this is such a hot button for so many people. Graduate student Vivienne Charles has a deep desire for rough sex. Sex so rough that it borders on being taken by force. He brought it down on her ass with harsh slap and she cried out just as Laurel gasped.
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Pace, on the other hand, has a heroine who has a past that makes this much more sensitive. And as you can probably tell, Jonah is a man who definitely tells it straight. A game. Not the fantasy you really want. I can do more than fuck you.
I can scare you a little. Just a little. Enough to make it what you really want. Where do you drawn the line when it comes to rough sex? Then one summer afternoon a tall, built bruiser named Flynn strides in and steers her straight into an infatuation she never saw coming. Reader Advisory: Although all sex acts are percent consensual, Willing Victim contains role-playing scenarios that may upset some readers who are sensitive about rape, even in a simulated capacity.
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To read or not to read? taboo subjects in romance – rape fantasy
Graduate student Vivienne Charles is afraid of her own desires—ashamed to admit that she fantasizes about being taken by force, by a man who will claim her completely and without mercy. When the magnetic, mysterious Jonah Marks learns her secret, he makes an offer that stuns her: they will remain near-strangers to each other, and meet in secret so that he can fulfill her fantasy.
Their arrangement is twisted.
The sex is incredible. But the secrets in their pasts threaten to turn their affair even darker…. Reader Advisory: Asking for It deals explicitly with fantasies of non-consensual sex. Readers sensitive to portrayals of non-consensual sex should be advised. Website Twitter Facebook Goodre Tumblr. This is a touchy subject for me…however, if an author writes it well enough I can read it…I have read scenes that caused me some struggle.
Yes, I totally agree! You really need to strike the perfect balance otherwise it can end up one big mess.
I HATE the term rape fantasy. I think they have a rough sex fantasy or a fantasy of being completely taken over by sex. Or even a fantasy of having sex with a stranger that is rough. You bring up some very good points, Jennifer. I have to agree. The term is enough to deter a whole lot of people from reading it.
I wonder if it was called something different if more people would be more willing to read or not. They were into rough sex, they wanted it to be raw and feeling a little scared turned them on even more but really they wanted the guy to take control and give it to them hard. I think once the heroine is unsure about ANYTHING at all, it pulls me out of the experience because you have to be damn sure about what you want and communicate that effectively to do something like this.
The hero, is a bit easier.
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