Research: Restraints, Rope, Suspension, The Finer Things In Life #NSFW #BDSM

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The next chapter of my current work in progress novel, Unorthodox Chemistry, will include an artistic demonstration of rope bondage. I’m super nervous about portraying it well and the chapter will most likely be edited at least 10 times until it is whipped into perfection. Meanwhile, I decided to watch some videos for visual inspiration. Feel free to share your own favorites if you have something better.

I plan to incorporate some ballet dancing in the whole performance, we’ll see how well it will turn out and how it will fit as a concept with the rope bondage. I can always excuse myself that it is a fiction. right?

In any case, I must say that the research for these scenes is some of the most pleasant part of the process. Perhaps if I watch enough videos I’ll be able to fully zone into the experience.

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Review: The Lion of Frenchman Street

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Author: Teresa Noelle Roberts

Genre: BDSM, Erotic Romance

Purchase link: http://amzn.to/2iW9Qog

My rating: 5 out of 5

Blurb: On Kelsey’s first night tending bar at a New Orleans jazz club, she catches the eye of handsome saxophonist—and Dominant—Peter Lyons. He sweeps her into his world of music and kinky sex, introducing her to fierce pleasures she’s always dreamed of. As they explore the crazy, romantic city she comes to love as much as he does, she’s falling hard for Peter, too. Even though he claims “true love” is for songs, not real life, it’s hard to resist his rope skills and his vintage movie star looks, his passion for life and the hints of pain in his blue eyes.

But Kelsey’s only tending bar as a stopgap. When she’s offered a dream job out of town, Peter’s old scars break open and everything goes out of tune. Can music, passion, and the magic of New Orleans get them back in harmony?

This novella originally appeared in the boxed set NOLA NAUGHTY NIN9. This version contains new material.

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