Breaking the Ice features nine stories of first-time affairs between strangers or acquaintances. These encounters include hard bondage and erotic torment that are sometimes the perfect fantasy-fulfillment for the people involved. Other times, they may stray from the dream a bit. Will he go too far? Will she let me go far enough? But aren't those just the kind of questions that make sex and BDSM with strangers fun?
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Elizabeth Faraday breaks the ice with "Knotty Nanny," the story of a girl with a crush who finds herself exactly where she wanted to be with her handsome neighbor, or maybe he has her exactly where he’s wanted her to be. "A Little Wager" tells the story of a chance meeting at a bar leads to a bet that leads to a very interesting game of darts, and more. Jude Mason’s "An Uninvited Guest" pits an aggressive young woman with a penchant for self-torment against a shy but handsome neighbor who just happens to stumble in at exactly the wrong, or right time.
On the same note, "Experimentation," by Cherry Lee, finds a single father rushing to the aid of his co-ed neighbor’s cries only to find her in her garage indulging in some rather unique erotic self-torment, self-torment that he turns to his own benefit, and maybe hers as well. Molly Saunders takes us back to the fifties and a private eye that gets involved in action way beyond anything he imagined in "Valley of Dreams." We’ve all had that one boss we just couldn’t stand, the one that we one day hoped to get even with. "Revenge Inc.," penned by Lee Ash, deals with just that scenario and a female boss that finally gets exactly what’s coming to her, in more ways than one.
Coco McCloud’s "To Catch A Thief" shows us what could be happening behind the scenes in boutique shops everywhere when a young thief gets caught red-handed by a female shopkeeper with a penchant for breasts and a boyfriend with a penchant for watching. "Cold Point of Reality" (exclusive to this anthology) explores what happens when a waitress takes a stranger’s business card and a promise of a new life seriously and ends up at his mercy whether she likes it or not. Last, but not least, "The Cabin of Torture" (also exclusive to Breaking the Ice), written by Norma Jeanne, takes a look at what happens when a young woman steps beyond the anonymity of Internet chat rooms and actually meets the man she’d been playing with on-line.
Regardless of whether you dream about tying the ropes or of being bound, throwing the darts or being the dartboard, being the pincushion or doing the pinning, or any of the other scenes you’ll read about soon, it’s a fairly safe bet that Breaking the Ice will make you look at acquaintances and strangers in a completely different light. But isn’t that the stuff of fantasies?
(Editor's Note: This work contains graphic language and sometimes extreme sexual depictions of consensual female bondage and sadomasochism. It is intended for mature audiences only and is not suitable for persons under eighteen years of age.)