Saturday, November 26, 2016

Review: Naughty Tales Of Leather And Latex by Roxy Katt

This week I'm going to be reviewing another audiobook, Naughty Tales of Leather & Latex: Laugh out Loud Lesbian Humor written by Roxy Katt and narrated by Sierra Kline.

Shaun's rating:

Well, if you like humor and erotica (and who doesn't) this is a must listen.

This was just so much fun to listen to. It's absolutely hot and sexy but what really got me was the wonderful characters and the humor that is brought into each of the situations that they find themselves in the midst of. I don't even have a leather or latex fetish, but believe me you don't need either of those to have a great time listening to this book.

There are three stories included in this book, I'm not going to go into details of each story, suffice to say I greatly enjoyed all three; but most especially the second story, which is set in a futuristic space academy. All the stories are well done, for those fetishists out there two of the stories will feed your rubber fetish and the final story has a leather clad character who is played with in a most unusual way by the protagonist. 

Sierra Kline does a fantastic job with her reading of this book. Her pace, inflection, and tone bring the action and comedy alive.

I'm giving this audio edition of Naughty Tales of Latex and Leather five out of five paddles. I highly recommend this audiobook! 

Thursday, November 24, 2016

New release: The audiobook edition of Love Undiminished!

It's happened: the audiobook edition of Love Undiminished has been released! You can find it on Audible or on Amazon, of course you can also find the ebook and paperback editions on Amazon as well. 


Saturday, November 19, 2016

Review: The Definition Of Equal by E S Carpenter

This week I'll be giving you my thoughts on a transgender romance that definitely has some erotic elements, but more importantly contains a wonderful message: The Definition Of Equal by E S Carpenter.

Shaun's rating:

The Definition Of Equal is the sequel to one of my favorite books, The Definition Of Normal (you can see my review of The Definition Of Normal here). This is the continuing story of Stephanie and Jake who have been best friends since the age of five and in love with one another almost that entire time; of course when they were five Stephanie was Steven. Stephanie and Jake are planning to get married and The Definition Of Equal takes us along on their journey. We also meet a few new characters, perhaps most importantly Colleen. Colleen is a transgender girl whose parents are not nearly as accepting as Stephanie's parents had been, in fact Colleen's father is physically abusive. Stephanie, Jake, and their friends attempt to rescue Colleen and in the process begin trying to reach out to their community hoping that they can open some minds.

This is a well written book, with an interesting story, genuinely likeable characters, and most importantly a thoughtful and important message.  I truly hope that both the books in this series will reach the widest possible audience as I believe the author does a wonderful job in explaining that we are all equal. What gender we are, who we love, or how we choose to dress does not make us any less than anyone else. We are all human beings.

One of my critiques with the first book in this series was the lack of real conflict, that is not the case with the second book, at least not in the first two thirds or so. The last third of the book did seem to fall a bit flat for me, most of the conflict was resolved and it kind of felt like the ending of the book was a bit drawn out. As with the first book, there were a few instances where the dialogue felt a bit awkward or contrived, but this was the author attempting to convey their message of love and equality, so I was able to happily just roll with it.

Overall this is an excellent book that I highly recommend.  There are a few erotic scenes that are quite hot and steamy, but mostly this is a love story with a powerful message of equality and love for our fellow human beings.

The book could have used another proof read, there were a few copy editing problems, but it was not glaring enough to take away from the story.

I'm giving The Definition Of Equal four out of five paddles. 

Friday, November 18, 2016

A Sissy Diary, audio edition giveaway.

Wordwooze, the publisher of the audio edition of A Sissy Diary, has sent me some promo codes for free copies of the book on Audible. I thought I would give readers of this blog first crack at those codes. If your interested in listening to the audio version you can email me (my email is and I will send you a promo code and instructions on redeeming it. All that I would ask is that you post an honest review to Audible after you have finished listening to the book. I do have a limited number of promo codes, so I'll give them out on a first come-first serve basis.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Trust Undiminished!

Update: Trust Undiminished is now available on Amazon! Coming soon to other retailers.

It's been a long haul but I have finally finished Trust Undiminished. It's going through the finally editing stages now. I am hoping that it will be live on Amazon by next weekend (can't promise that though). Below is the cover and a little tease.


Rising, I brought the breakfast tray to her as she sat up. I placed the tray across her lap and, grabbing the bottle of lotion from my nightstand, took my place at her feet.

"Mistress," I began as I smoothed lotion over her left foot, "there's something I would like to talk about."

"Mmm, what is it my dear?" she asked as she raised a piece of melon to her lips.

"I think I'd like you to cuckold me."

The melon never made it past her lips. She slowly lowered it back to the plate. Her eyes narrowed and her look intensified.

"Why?" she asked.

I nervously cleared my throat, "Well, I feel like I can't meet all your sexual needs. I'd like you to be able to experience better sex. Also the idea, of you being with another man, kind of turns me on."

Lisa set the breakfast tray aside, the topaz flakes in her hazel eyes began to sparkle and dance.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Review: Come Home With Us by Rob Matthews

This week I'll be reviewing Come Home With Us (A Cuckold Odyssey Book 1) by Rob Matthews.

Shaun's rating:

 You may recall that a few weeks ago I reviewed I Can Do It Better by Mr Matthews (you can see that review here) which was book two in this series. I had enjoyed that book so much that I just had to read book one, I am very glad I did.

Before I get into the meat of my review I have to say that some of this book was really difficult for me to read, and some of this review is a bit difficult to write. The reason for this difficulty is that this book brought up a lot of very strong feelings for me, both good and bad. The story is realistic enough, and because in my marriage and my being cuckolded by my Mistress/wife I have been through some rather similar challenges to those faced by the protagonists in this book, that I found myself feeling some of that pain again. Thankfully, I also was able to experience some of the excitement again. While this was a bit difficult for me at times, I think it is a testament to how well written this story is. An author wants to touch the emotions of their readers, and Mr Matthews certainly managed to push some of my buttons.

Come Home With Us introduces us to Rob and Tina, a happily married couple who are ready to spice up their marriage a bit. Rob has always had a bit of a kink, he likes Tina to talk about other men that she has had sex with. Tina has always enjoyed playing along with Rob's little game and has several fantasy lovers that she teases Rob with. There comes a point where Tina wants to take this beyond fantasy and make it a reality. Rob is excited and frightened at the prospect of moving beyond the fantasy.

 Tina decides that the man she wants to cuckold Rob with is a coworker of hers named Steve. Things go pretty well at first, but pretty soon difficulties begin to emerge. Steve and Tina begin to think that they are developing feelings for one another and Tina begins to feel objectified by Rob in that he only seems to get turned on when he is thinking about her having sex with Steve rather than being turned on for just being a beautiful woman who loves him.

Okay, I'm just going to stop there or I will definitely be spoiling the story and I don't want to do that.

This book is really well written. The characters are developed really well, they have depth and the chemistry between Rob and Tina is very well done.  The scenes are laid out and well described, the author shows you rather than telling you.  There is a beginning, middle, and end, it's an actual story not just some erotic scenes haphazardly strung together. Mr Matthews really delves into what goes on the minds of a cuckold/hotwife couple as well as exploring some of the challenges that they may face.

The sex scenes are hot and again the author shows the reader. As I read the erotic scenes I felt like a voyeur in the room.  It was very well done.

The copy editing was great, nothing that caused me pause as I read.

The reason I am giving this four and half rather than five paddles is a bit hard to explain. I loved this book, it was a fantastic read and I really enjoyed it, but somehow the ending left me just a bit deflated. I really don't think this will be an issue for most readers, I think it may be because I was so emotionally invested in the middle of this book that  the ending felt a bit flat.

This is an excellent piece of cuckold/hotwife erotica and I am giving it four and one half paddles out of five. I highly recommend it.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

A Sissy Diary- Audio edition!

The audio edition of A Sissy Diary has been released and is now available on Audible and

I'm very excited about this! A Sissy Diary has been getting some great reviews on both Amazon and Goodreads such as this wonderful five star review from Sally Bend:

"I have to admit, I was not expecting much out of A Sissy Diary after the first few pages. It seemed like just another story of a self-hating crossdresser and his cruel, unforgiving wife. As much as I love stories of female domination, I do get tired of seeing sissies cruelly punished for something that should be a pleasure.

Fortunately, Shaun Putaine shares that disdain for the cliche, redeeming it with a surprise twist, and then breathing new life into the genre with some lovely sentiments.

While Scott's wife needs time to cope with the discovery, it is the lies and the secrets that bother her, not the crossdressing itself. Fortunately, her sister and brother-in-law have some experience with alternative lifestyles, and they are prepared to guide Scott (now Sallyann) into a new life as a sissy, while her wife assumes her role as dominant cuckoldress.

Where Putaine breathes new life into the genre is with the focus on self-acceptance. Sallyann has to recognize that she's the one being intolerant, that her guilt and shame are self-imposed. Once she does that, she can really settle in to her dreams and enjoy being pampered (and punished) as a sissy by her new Auntie, who makes a girl of her, and by her new Uncle, who makes a woman of her. The level of detail there, both physical and emotional is just delightful, as Sallyann really gets indulged in her femininity.

This is only the first part of her story, howver - it is A Sissy Story where her wife takes control"

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Review: Laci On Top by Donna Jay

I had the good fortune of reading another very well done femdom genre book this week; Laci On Top by Donna Jay.

Shaun's rating:

This is another very good piece of erotica that has an interesting story, is well written, and has a decent hotness factor.

Laci On Top tells the story of Laci and Cole, a couple whose nest has recently become empty and who begin to explore a bit sexually. The exploration is led by Laci who has always had a dominant side but who feels more comfortable exploring it now that their son has moved away to college. 

Their exploration is the story, and it's interesting. There is just enough conflict, mostly internal conflict as Laci and Cole discover new things about themselves and each other, to keep the story flow interesting. I do think that there could have been a bit more exploration into Laci's and Cole's conflict that might have made the story even more compelling. I like to get to know characters deeply and while the surface of Laci's and Cole's emotions were scratched I would have liked to dig a bit deeper. The chemistry between Laci and Cole is delicious, I very much enjoyed their interactions whether they were fooling around sexually or just fooling around generally. I enjoyed that there is a bit of humor included in the writing, nothing made me laugh out loud but I did find myself smiling in a few places.

The erotic scenes are well done. The sex and play between Laci and Cole is well described, it's hot and fun. The play might seem a bit mild for more hardcore femdom fans, but Laci and Cole are just beginning to explore after all. I thought the erotic scenes were quite sexy and was glad that they were not more hardcore, it always bothers me when a book takes characters new to femdom or any form of BDSM and immediately throws them into extreme play.

The editing was well done, there were a couple insignificant issues, but certainly nothing that caused more than the briefest moments pause as I read. 

I'm giving Laci On Top four and one half out of five paddles. Highly recommended for femdom fans and especially for those new to the genre or who prefer action that is not extreme. I might add that this book might be considered more in the female led class than actual femdom.