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From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human �ponies” preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human �ponies” preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more rigorous methods of sexual pleasure.


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From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human �ponies” preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human �ponies” preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more rigorous methods of sexual pleasure.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    BookAddict ✒ La Crimson Femme

    Sting (Kink) Rating: ★★★★✰ Story Review Rating: 4 Paddles   The sequel to Carrie's Story is an interesting continuation of Carrie's chronicles. A year has passed since Carrie's been sold by Jonathan. Carrie's return gives both Jonathan and the reader a glimpse into her year in captivity. She's been trained as a racing pony girl. She shares her experiences with Jonathan in exchange for stories from him. From a technical perspective, Ms. Weatherfield's writing is flawless. The story is well written wit Sting (Kink) Rating: ★★★★✰ Story Review Rating: 4 Paddles   The sequel to Carrie's Story is an interesting continuation of Carrie's chronicles. A year has passed since Carrie's been sold by Jonathan. Carrie's return gives both Jonathan and the reader a glimpse into her year in captivity. She's been trained as a racing pony girl. She shares her experiences with Jonathan in exchange for stories from him. From a technical perspective, Ms. Weatherfield's writing is flawless. The story is well written with a gentle amble with many rest stops. The narration is smooth when switching between Jonathan and Carrie's narration. The grammar is superb. This is why it rated a four star for a technically well written story. From a BDSM perspective, the pony training is delicious. It's well done and interesting. The puppy play as well as some of the other BDSM scenes are all smoothly written. This is also why the kinky rating is a four. From an enjoyment perspective, this is a three star, maybe a two. What is lacking in this story is emotion. This story came across as clinical and disengaging. There was no heat. There was envy and petulance, but nothing else. Jonathan demonstrated his immaturity with a couple of stunts he pulled. Is this story about Carrie or is it about Jonathan and his love for Kate? It's difficult to say. The first hundred and fifty pages moved very slow. The good stuff came in when Kate becomes a pivotal character. The scenes which take place at Kate's home generates the most erotic heat. This is for both Carrie's interaction with Kate and Jonathan's mastery of Kate. When the story nears the end, it seems this complicated relationship will resolve in a happy ménage. The ending is unexpected and leaves a reader dissatisfied. For a story with such heat and build up in the later half, the climax fizzled out with a ruined orgasm. For some, this story will remind them of the Story of O. There are many parallels. Just like O, the story is an erotic awakening and journey. While both may be lauded as a classic and good writing, from a reader perspective it lacks erotic and sensual heat. Somehow, Ms. Weatherfield sucked the sexiness out of the BDSM and made it flat. For science fiction fans, the apt comparison is Data or Spock reciting the mating rituals of a subculture in complete detachment for a ship log. This leaves the reader a bit empty. This kinky story is recommended for those who enjoy the annals of a human pony sex slave. *provided by BDSM Book Reviews

  2. 4 out of 5

    Spynonu

    A continuation of Carrie's story. I don't know what possessed me to pick up book number two when I didn't care all that much for the first one. It isn't that the books are poorly written - for the most part the story carries you along and you are anxious to know what happens next BUT these books are for sadists. When you consider all that Carrie goes through physically it is a wonder she didn't require a lengthy hospital stay - not to mention how screwed up a person would have to be mentally to A continuation of Carrie's story. I don't know what possessed me to pick up book number two when I didn't care all that much for the first one. It isn't that the books are poorly written - for the most part the story carries you along and you are anxious to know what happens next BUT these books are for sadists. When you consider all that Carrie goes through physically it is a wonder she didn't require a lengthy hospital stay - not to mention how screwed up a person would have to be mentally to find that sort of continued abuse pleasurable. This is punishment at the hands of people who get off on hurting other people for their own pleasure and considering that Carrie wasn't a pain slut- I don't get the reason she sticks with it. To please Jonathan? To please herself? Not that she is allowed such luxury. I found myself skipping bits of this book. I was impatient to be done with it. I can deal with BDSM punishment when it is written as safe, SANE and consensual but there is little sane about what happens with Carrie. And Jonathan is about as selfish as they come. GAH. Thankfully, the book ended with a note of hope for sanity and for a woman finding herself again. If there is ever another book about Carrie and Jonathan - I am using my safe word and not reading it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sotiris Karaiskos

    The sequel of Carrie's story is not very different from what we read in the first book. The exploration of extreme sexual fantasies continues and culminates in some very good sexual scenes and in some that are not directly related to sex as we all perceive it. There is some originality - especially in the "competing" scenes of the book - but in general the book does not offer anything new and I think it does not reach the level of the first one, but it does its work again by offering us trouble- The sequel of Carrie's story is not very different from what we read in the first book. The exploration of extreme sexual fantasies continues and culminates in some very good sexual scenes and in some that are not directly related to sex as we all perceive it. There is some originality - especially in the "competing" scenes of the book - but in general the book does not offer anything new and I think it does not reach the level of the first one, but it does its work again by offering us trouble-free sexual entertainment. Η συνέχεια της ιστορίας της Carrie δεν διαφοροποιείται ιδιαίτερα από αυτά που διαβάζουμε στο πρώτο βιβλίο. Η εξερεύνηση των ακραίων σεξουαλικών φαντασιώσεων συνεχίζεται και κορυφώνεται σε μερικές πολύ καλές σεξουαλικές σκηνές και σε κάποιες που δεν έχουν άμεση σχέση με το σεξ όπως το αντιλαμβανόμαστε οι περισσότεροι. Υπάρχει κάποια πρωτοτυπία - ιδιαίτερα στις "αγωνιστικές" σκηνές του βιβλίου - αλλά γενικότερα το βιβλίο δεν προσφέρει κάτι καινούργιο και νομίζω ότι δεν φτάνει στο επίπεδο του πρώτου, τη δουλειά του, όμως, την κάνει ξανά προσφέροντας μας απροβλημάτιστη σεξουαλική διασκέδαση.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Stevi

    Great sequel but in my opinion does not touch the first one!! Can be a bit confusing since you bounce back and forth between Carrie Now and Carrie the last year she did once sold and then factor in Jonathan now and Jonathan over the last year while Carrie was with Mr. Constant. But overall a good read and my most FAVORITE parts were her doing the pony training and races ;)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lise

    Yes, ladies and gentlemen. You see a 4 star (as opposed to my wildly enthusiastic 5 stars) for Safe Word. And I'll get to why in a minute. Safe Word is the sequel to Carrie's Story. (Teeny spoiler alert) The novel picks up as Carrie's Master Jonathan has "sold her" at a slave auction to a mysterious new master and this sequel gets harder, grittier, and more debauched in mere pages. While the S/M elements (including days' long punishments at a group slave "training facility" at the hands of helpe Yes, ladies and gentlemen. You see a 4 star (as opposed to my wildly enthusiastic 5 stars) for Safe Word. And I'll get to why in a minute. Safe Word is the sequel to Carrie's Story. (Teeny spoiler alert) The novel picks up as Carrie's Master Jonathan has "sold her" at a slave auction to a mysterious new master and this sequel gets harder, grittier, and more debauched in mere pages. While the S/M elements (including days' long punishments at a group slave "training facility" at the hands of helpers, assistants, visitors, and Masters and Mistresses of every stripe) were hot, my issue with this instalmment is that it spent such a huge amount of time dwelling in the land of pony girls and training. From harnesses, to bits, to inserted "tails", as well as pulling carts, racing and "dressage" and judging, Carrie ultimately gets into it and we watch as she sets her sightes on being pinned with the ribbon - to her harness - at the end of the biggest race. Even plenty of detail about the nutritious "pony food"!. Carrie's psychology and stubborn feistiness that rears its head every so often and guarantees punishment, are fully exploited and explored and in that regard the book is as good as Carrie's Story. But pony play is just not a kink I can embrace. Does nothing for me and too often caused me to roll my eyes and I lost the erotic sense in those cases. I had not objections to her objectification (pun intended) including the never ending stream of men and women who screw, bugger, beat and humiliate her; but a few of the scenes veered off into the "ew gros" category (licking dirty boots just not a turn-on in my opinion). And likewise, I'm not a fan of girl on girl erotica so the numerous scenes with Mistresses and other female slaves were more of a yawn for me than anything else (though I won't deny that I've read some F/F stuff that was hot, so perhaps it was just the rendition here that didn't float my boat). I won't spoil the ending - but I never saw it coming and had to cheer for Carrie who ultimately is a woman who knows her own wants, desires - and her own mind. Safe Word revisits as a young woman explores and grows and ultimately recognizes and embraces what she wants and needs. As introspective and literate as Carrie's story, Safe Word is still a great read. But the content too often veered off into areas that left me less than hot and bothered. That said, if you love erotica, feisty heroines, lots of sex from one on one spanking to pain, pony play, boot licking, you will no doubt love Safe Word as much as Carrie's Story. And for those of you whose kinky enjoyment runs to orgiastic excess, perhaps even more!). Another keeper for my steaming erotica shelves.

  6. 4 out of 5

    penelopewanders

    Sequel to Carrie's story... Maybe I would have liked this better if I'd read it in one fell swoop, but as it happened I went away in the middle and so had to pick up the threads when I returned. POSSIBLE SPOILER!!! Somehow this one seemed much less convincing than the first, and the terrible "crime" Jonathan commits by giving Carrie a letter as she begins her year of "apprenticeship" is hard to credit. Likewise I felt the sudden turnabout at the end, with the introduction of a new character and Ca Sequel to Carrie's story... Maybe I would have liked this better if I'd read it in one fell swoop, but as it happened I went away in the middle and so had to pick up the threads when I returned. POSSIBLE SPOILER!!! Somehow this one seemed much less convincing than the first, and the terrible "crime" Jonathan commits by giving Carrie a letter as she begins her year of "apprenticeship" is hard to credit. Likewise I felt the sudden turnabout at the end, with the introduction of a new character and Carrie's ultimate decision, undermined the devotion which went a long way towards explaining Carrie's acceptance or even embracing of her fate. Jonathan remains a pretty sketchy character - and this is exacerbated towards the end, I feel.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Polina

    I did not enjoy it as much as the first one, especially because of the weird switching between narrators. It would have read better if it switched between no more than 2 voices, the two main characters, but those two AND the usual third party narrator was just a bit too much and confusing. The story itself also moved from the realm of being quite believable in the first book, to more outlandish to the point of comical I the second which detracted from real immersion feeling. The ending was just I did not enjoy it as much as the first one, especially because of the weird switching between narrators. It would have read better if it switched between no more than 2 voices, the two main characters, but those two AND the usual third party narrator was just a bit too much and confusing. The story itself also moved from the realm of being quite believable in the first book, to more outlandish to the point of comical I the second which detracted from real immersion feeling. The ending was just pathetic, like from some sort of science fiction romance novel.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lynne

    I decided to read this book to find out what Carrie did regarding Jonathan's letter. I skipped through many of the pages because of pure boredom. The pony play and much of the whole book I found disgusting. The ending was like wow did it really just stop. I gave it one star because of Carrie's decision. I won't say anymore because I don't want to put a spoiler in here. But if there does happen to be a third book I will not be reading it. I decided to read this book to find out what Carrie did regarding Jonathan's letter. I skipped through many of the pages because of pure boredom. The pony play and much of the whole book I found disgusting. The ending was like wow did it really just stop. I gave it one star because of Carrie's decision. I won't say anymore because I don't want to put a spoiler in here. But if there does happen to be a third book I will not be reading it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jay

    well, I didn't see that coming... maybe things changed for Jonathon during Carrie's year away, or maybe his letter didn't really mean what Carrie was hoping it did... but I kinda felt all along (in this book) that Jonathon's plans included Kate, & Carrie'd always be a slave. but very happy with the ending. Carrie's a very strong, brave girl well, I didn't see that coming... maybe things changed for Jonathon during Carrie's year away, or maybe his letter didn't really mean what Carrie was hoping it did... but I kinda felt all along (in this book) that Jonathon's plans included Kate, & Carrie'd always be a slave. but very happy with the ending. Carrie's a very strong, brave girl

  10. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    I liked this better than the first book. Like Carrie, I was hopeful, and there were some hot & tender moments. Unfortunately, the frog did not turn into a prince!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Josh Fritz

    Really and truly, awful. The sub/dom dynamic was interesting, as was the pony play. However, the insistence on forcing the pony play made it less enjoyable. It was a chore to read. The first one was the story of her coming to terms with her agreement. This felt more like the author living out a fantasy. Honestly, if that's your bag, roll with it. But, don't ruin the magic you had with the first one. The constant switching of perspectives, including 'interruptions,' was obnoxious and made the sto Really and truly, awful. The sub/dom dynamic was interesting, as was the pony play. However, the insistence on forcing the pony play made it less enjoyable. It was a chore to read. The first one was the story of her coming to terms with her agreement. This felt more like the author living out a fantasy. Honestly, if that's your bag, roll with it. But, don't ruin the magic you had with the first one. The constant switching of perspectives, including 'interruptions,' was obnoxious and made the story hard to follow. The 'twist' ending was as predictable as The Sixth Sense for someone watching it for the 3rd time. I loved the first book and highly recommend it. This one, however, should remain firmly in the "maybe one day I'll read all the other books in the world" shelf.

  12. 5 out of 5

    RosieGold

    Great author in terms of prose, style, plot structure. In terms of the story, I'm not really a fan of pony play or anything thing remotely related to that so I found the pony stuff boring but I really like the love story between the two main characters. I wish the author would write a third book because I felt like Carrie and Jonathan weren't done with each other, that Jonathan was in love with her and that this love story could be fleshed out a bit more. Great author in terms of prose, style, plot structure. In terms of the story, I'm not really a fan of pony play or anything thing remotely related to that so I found the pony stuff boring but I really like the love story between the two main characters. I wish the author would write a third book because I felt like Carrie and Jonathan weren't done with each other, that Jonathan was in love with her and that this love story could be fleshed out a bit more.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rose

    Gives me gross rapey vibes. Did not enjoy. Like... She clearly doesn't enjoy it? So why is she involved in it? If there was any other character.... Or she was written in a way that it seemed like she was enjoying what happened... But she doesn't really seem to enjoy it. So its just creepy rapey torture porn. Which is like... Ugh. Gives me gross rapey vibes. Did not enjoy. Like... She clearly doesn't enjoy it? So why is she involved in it? If there was any other character.... Or she was written in a way that it seemed like she was enjoying what happened... But she doesn't really seem to enjoy it. So its just creepy rapey torture porn. Which is like... Ugh.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Miss

    I can't decide if i'm heartbroken or not at the end. errrrgh. I can't decide if i'm heartbroken or not at the end. errrrgh.

  15. 4 out of 5

    James Welsh

    Everything great about the first book with a bit more intrigue and mystery. 5 stars is not enough!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Teddi Baggins

    Fun, delicious story. Ponies!

  17. 5 out of 5

    The Docta

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Again I had a hard time having too much respect for either character except for maybe to the very end. I'm glad she left his ass Again I had a hard time having too much respect for either character except for maybe to the very end. I'm glad she left his ass

  18. 4 out of 5

    Romancing the Book

    Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Carrie is a woman that knew she wanted something different in her sex life. she was tired of the old boring thing all the time. Now she has really went into even more of the unknown then when she first started. In this book we get different POV from the Dominant and the Sub. I read Carrie’s Story and thought that I would read this one next. It was nothing I thought I would be reading. I was a Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Carrie is a woman that knew she wanted something different in her sex life. she was tired of the old boring thing all the time. Now she has really went into even more of the unknown then when she first started. In this book we get different POV from the Dominant and the Sub. I read Carrie’s Story and thought that I would read this one next. It was nothing I thought I would be reading. I was a little confused and thought in the last book that she had left Jonathan and now he has sold her to another Dom. I was really taken on a whole new adventure and one I wasn’t sure I wanted to be on. I just couldn’t get in the story and caught myself skipping some of it. I would start reading and put it down to do something else and then come back to it later. I try to finish something that I started but this one was hard. I am not into the horse thing. Why would you want to be like a horse and be in races when you are a human? I just could not grasp the concept. The story was well written and I usually enjoy reading things that are different and unknown. This one was just a little too much for me. I did have some problems with the first book, Carrie’s Story, and didn’t think this one would go way beyond the means that it did. There were some parts of the book that I liked. Getting to know what each person was thinking was good and getting to know more about things that I didn’t know before. I like the whole whipping and bringing pain to feel pleasure. Some things I might even consider doing. I guess I just want to read something that had a happy ending. I know everything doesn’t come with one but with this series you just never know what you will get. I am glad that I for through it as much as I could. If this is the thing you are into then this could be the book for you. For me I just couldn’t get into it.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Flow

    I didn't mind the first book, but could not read the second. It just drove me nuts haha I think I need to read something familiar at the moment.. hmm I didn't mind the first book, but could not read the second. It just drove me nuts haha I think I need to read something familiar at the moment.. hmm

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. "In this stunning sequel to Carrie's Story, he action gallops from sunbaked Greece to elegant Provence, by way of a secret tour of Paris. Leaving her lover and master Jonathan behind, Carrie's got a tougher guy in charge now. Initiated into ever more strenuous and rigorous erotic techniques, she's presented with a challenging menu of earthly delights and endless possibility. "Groomed, collared and harnessed to her new master's exacting specifications, our smart-ass, intrepid heroine nonetheless m "In this stunning sequel to Carrie's Story, he action gallops from sunbaked Greece to elegant Provence, by way of a secret tour of Paris. Leaving her lover and master Jonathan behind, Carrie's got a tougher guy in charge now. Initiated into ever more strenuous and rigorous erotic techniques, she's presented with a challenging menu of earthly delights and endless possibility. "Groomed, collared and harnessed to her new master's exacting specifications, our smart-ass, intrepid heroine nonetheless manages to hold onto her acclaimed sense of wit and irony. thrust into the midst of a fantasy netherworld of lovely 'ponies.' she learns to play and win some dangerous games -- of dressage and desire, bondage and romance. And Jonathan, we learn, has a surprising agenda of his own. "Told from both the dominant's and submissive's points of view, this devastatingly sexy story has readers in its (very) firm grip, as author Molly Weatherfield proves herself a master of the BDSM genre." ~~back cover I didn't like this sequel as much as I liked Carrie's Story for two reasons: I didn't like the format of Carrie telling a story of what happened during her enslavement to Mr. Constant and then Jonathan telling a story of what went on in his life while she was gone -- lather, rinse, repeat; and I didn't care for some of the more extreme BDSM scenes. But I LOVED the ending!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cardyn Brooks

    Safe Word is less titillating than the first book, but it's more saturated with smart references to literature, linguistics, movies, and TV. Carrie's observations are more snide and mocking. The contrast of her high I.Q. against her emotional immaturity is jarring, but feels essentially true about a young twenty-something who's consciously choosing to buck conventional mores. Jonathan reveals himself to be an overgrown boy who's pretending to be some distorted version of a man, a revelation that' Safe Word is less titillating than the first book, but it's more saturated with smart references to literature, linguistics, movies, and TV. Carrie's observations are more snide and mocking. The contrast of her high I.Q. against her emotional immaturity is jarring, but feels essentially true about a young twenty-something who's consciously choosing to buck conventional mores. Jonathan reveals himself to be an overgrown boy who's pretending to be some distorted version of a man, a revelation that's repeated with almost every master/mistress/madam. Their obsessive search for sensational experiences is a conceit of privilege. Surviving everyday life is automatically challenging for people who are not educated, wealthy or connected to powerful networks of influence. For me, the idea that all these educated, wealthy people invest so much time, effort and money in creating this alternate society was ultimately sad because it seems like a waste of talents and resources. The extremely dehumanizing behavior by these jaded sophisticates is a killjoy. Carrie's philosophy about her specific safe word is brilliant. Being an engaging erotic novel of ideas about the politics of sexual indulgence and the nature of power, pleasure and pain generated my three stars for Safe Word.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Angelia Herrin

    From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves behind her life with Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human "ponies" preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more rigorous methods of sexual pleasure. This book is really a continuation of Carrie's Story and as such I w From the author of Carrie’s Story comes the continuing tale of a young woman’s uncompromising sexual adventure. Carrie leaves behind her life with Jonathan, the S/M master who initiated her into a life of slave auctions, training regimes, and human "ponies" preening for dressage competitions. Whisked away to Greece by the demanding gentleman who has chosen her as his own, she learns new, more rigorous methods of sexual pleasure. This book is really a continuation of Carrie's Story and as such I would recommend to everyone that you read Carrie's Story first. Safe Word picks up right where Carrie's Story left off. It is the continuing story of Carrie and Johnathan. One note that some may find troubling is that it switches perspective back and forth between the two. This didn't effect the story for me. I found Safe Word to be very well written erotcia and would look forward to reading the forthcoming works of Mrs. Weatherfield.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    I didn't think Safe Word was as good as the first book, Carrie's Story, but I did still enjoy it. That may be, in part, due to my love of BDSM erotica as a genre though. In the book I found a couple of things annoying, namely the prominance of Kate in the story. As a character I didn't like her very much, somewhat because she both tops and bottoms, and because it was obvious that Carrie REALLY doesn't like her, and I felt more sympathy to her. Also the ending, it seemed a bit abrupt, and was a l I didn't think Safe Word was as good as the first book, Carrie's Story, but I did still enjoy it. That may be, in part, due to my love of BDSM erotica as a genre though. In the book I found a couple of things annoying, namely the prominance of Kate in the story. As a character I didn't like her very much, somewhat because she both tops and bottoms, and because it was obvious that Carrie REALLY doesn't like her, and I felt more sympathy to her. Also the ending, it seemed a bit abrupt, and was a little confusing (and not good for those of us who were hoping for other things to happen). I did still really like how really the narration felt, well at least Carrie's part in it. I found it seemed really natural, making the character seem real, especially in her feelings, which were often complicated and unclear, which I especially loved because that's what real life tends to be like.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten

    I agree with other reviewers in that this one wasn't as good as Carrie's Story but it was still good. I liked the alternating pov but found it a little confusing occasionally in the formatting and tenses -like when one of them is telling a story and it is told as if it is in the present but then goes back to past tense and then all of a sudden one of them will start speaking to the other and then go back into the story again. Between these two books I got an interesting look at this lifestyle and I agree with other reviewers in that this one wasn't as good as Carrie's Story but it was still good. I liked the alternating pov but found it a little confusing occasionally in the formatting and tenses -like when one of them is telling a story and it is told as if it is in the present but then goes back to past tense and then all of a sudden one of them will start speaking to the other and then go back into the story again. Between these two books I got an interesting look at this lifestyle and the mindset behind it. This wasn't just bdsm erotica but it also brought up some very thought provoking ways of looking at freedom.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Carlos Trevino

    The whole story here is about wanting either A. For Carrie and Jonathan to end up together B. Carrie to finally realize she's done it all as a sex slave by now and just give it up After having read the first book, I'm pretty desensitized to the extreme sexual nature of the story and actually find that the dynamic that Carrie and Jonathan have is more interesting. The book does a great job of building up towards Carrie's final decision and I'll admit that when it seemed she'd be making the decision The whole story here is about wanting either A. For Carrie and Jonathan to end up together B. Carrie to finally realize she's done it all as a sex slave by now and just give it up After having read the first book, I'm pretty desensitized to the extreme sexual nature of the story and actually find that the dynamic that Carrie and Jonathan have is more interesting. The book does a great job of building up towards Carrie's final decision and I'll admit that when it seemed she'd be making the decision I least wanted her to make, it actually got a pretty good rise out of me. All in all, even when you take out the graphic sex, I still very much enjoyed both books very much.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kathy L

    Safe Word is the continuing story for Carrie by Molly Weatherfield. I thought this book was more fantasy than real life experience. Some of the torture instruments that were used on Carrie seemed a little far fetched for me such as the handle of the pizza board and the other end of a whisk. I enjoyed the lead up to the twist at the end but some of the descriptions in this story showed me that research was still needed. There are specific boots that are used in pony play and those were not mentio Safe Word is the continuing story for Carrie by Molly Weatherfield. I thought this book was more fantasy than real life experience. Some of the torture instruments that were used on Carrie seemed a little far fetched for me such as the handle of the pizza board and the other end of a whisk. I enjoyed the lead up to the twist at the end but some of the descriptions in this story showed me that research was still needed. There are specific boots that are used in pony play and those were not mentioned in the scenes that were in this book. The shoes were referred to as boots. I think over all as a fantasy book it was good.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Margolin genna

    I received this book from LibraryThing as an early review in exchange for my honest review. Uhhhh! I usually love these kind of books! This one was hard to get through. The stories would be interesting if they had been given enough time to actually tell it! It's like you got into a scene and it would end. I loved the idea of the book, but I don't think that the author gave the story the time it needed to become what it should've been. I received this book from LibraryThing as an early review in exchange for my honest review. Uhhhh! I usually love these kind of books! This one was hard to get through. The stories would be interesting if they had been given enough time to actually tell it! It's like you got into a scene and it would end. I loved the idea of the book, but I don't think that the author gave the story the time it needed to become what it should've been.

  28. 4 out of 5

    John

    From what I remember, both this and Carrie's Story had some hot scenes in them. The stories themselves were a little flat. I remember shaking my head at the idea that Carrie was a grad student. I did like the scene (in Carrie's Story, I think) where she was placed in a horse trailer and driven to a farm. I don't find pony scenes that hot, normally, but here it was exciting. From what I remember, both this and Carrie's Story had some hot scenes in them. The stories themselves were a little flat. I remember shaking my head at the idea that Carrie was a grad student. I did like the scene (in Carrie's Story, I think) where she was placed in a horse trailer and driven to a farm. I don't find pony scenes that hot, normally, but here it was exciting.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sandra DS

    The second book was just alright, it was really part 2 of the story... I did not like the fact that the narration of the story kept changing from a character to another, it was very annoying... Overall, just an ok story; the end felt flat to me, it left me wanting to learn a bit more about what direction Carrie's story was going to as well as Jonathan's... The second book was just alright, it was really part 2 of the story... I did not like the fact that the narration of the story kept changing from a character to another, it was very annoying... Overall, just an ok story; the end felt flat to me, it left me wanting to learn a bit more about what direction Carrie's story was going to as well as Jonathan's...

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kyle Wendy Skultety (gimmethatbook.com)

    Well written sequel to "Carrie's Story", with intimate details of pony training and other fetish fun. It was told in the perspectives of the different major characters, which was a bit strange at times, and the ending just blew me away. I had to read the last few pages a few times to get it, and I'm not sure if I'm satisfied or disappointed. No spoilers here: read it yourself! Well written sequel to "Carrie's Story", with intimate details of pony training and other fetish fun. It was told in the perspectives of the different major characters, which was a bit strange at times, and the ending just blew me away. I had to read the last few pages a few times to get it, and I'm not sure if I'm satisfied or disappointed. No spoilers here: read it yourself!

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