BDSM Slave-Captive Stories
BDSM fiction about slavery and/or captivity. Both consensual and non-con. Please do not add D/s relationships where it is a submissive, not a slave.

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message 1: by Nemesis (new)

Nemesis Counterpoint by Rachel Haimowitz, Ann Somerville's Kei's Gift and I Was An Alien Cat Toy are definitively not BDSM. Even Bloodraven I think shouldn't be added here. Sure, these titles contain captivity/slavery, but this list requires first of all BDSM themes.


message 2: by Miss Asima (new)

Miss Asima Thanks for pointing this out. Do they contain any Bondage, Dicipline, Sadomasochism, Domination, or Submission at all? I haven't read them so I don't know. But the list was requested by people in the BDSM group. If they don't then we'll remove them. If they do than maybe changing the name of the list will help? Because just because a book isn't advertised as BDSM doesn't mean that it doesn't contain enough of the topics I listed to be enjoyed by the community as such. And vice versa. lol I know I've read plenty of "BDSM" books that made me laugh for even considering being called so. :)


message 3: by Nemesis (new)

Nemesis The first three titles that I mentioned don't contain any of these elements. Regarding Bloodraven, it has violence, rape, some dub-con scenes. The featured pair can be considered a little as a dominant/submissive one, but all of this happen in the context of real slavery. I don't know, but I wouldn't vote it here, although I've seen some people that have shelf it as a BDSM title. In the end, this is your choice :).
The list's title is good, but as you said there are many books that bring in such subjects, and aren't classified as BDSM. Maybe a detailed description as to what these books should contain would be better :)


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme I'm just giggling over the phrase real life slavery.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Barbara wrote: "Well, English is not my native language. That's all I can say about that."

Barbara, I have no clue English isn't your first language. It wasn't mine either. My first language was Chinese.

I'm just find it amusing calling a fiction book "real life slavery". I'm wondering if we should switch the book and ask the woman who created this list to switch the book to Non-Fiction BDSM since it's real life slavery.


message 6: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy Both slaves and captives are forced to submit to the domination of others, sexually and otherwise. If it's a D/s scenario, I call it BDSM. Most of those titles include bondage as well.

If Comfort Food (slave/captive) is considered BDSM, how is that different than the above? I'm just not clear on how the lines are drawn.


message 7: by Miss Asima (new)

Miss Asima Dee wrote: "Both slaves and captives are forced to submit to the domination of others, sexually and otherwise. If it's a D/s scenario, I call it BDSM. Most of those titles include bondage as well.

If Comfort..."


I agree with you 100%! Some people only consider it BDSM if it's SSC and being forced definitely doesn't fall under SSC. However, I feel it's fiction for a reason. So if there is D/s it falls under BDSM whether it's consensual or not imo.


message 8: by Dee Wy (last edited Aug 07, 2011 09:49PM) (new)

Dee Wy Miss Asima wrote: "I agree with you 100%! Some people only consider it BDSM if it's SSC and being forced definitely doesn't fall under SSC. However, I feel it's fiction for a reason. So if there is D/s it falls under BDSM whether it's consensual or not imo. ..."

Thanks Miss A. I've added another two titles I recently read: Slave and The Violet and the Tom. The latter is historical but they actually used anal plugs. Sex toys for guys with swords.


message 9: by Spynonu (new)

Spynonu Miss Asima wrote: "Dee wrote: "Both slaves and captives are forced to submit to the domination of others, sexually and otherwise. If it's a D/s scenario, I call it BDSM. Most of those titles include bondage as well. ..."

Thank you.
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Jo * Smut-Dickted * Well I don't see Fifty Shades of Greyas any sort of Capture/Slave story either. If it is BDSM it's not a capture or slave story. Doesn't fit IMHO.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Joellen * Smut-Dickted * wrote: "Well I don't see Fifty Shades of Greyas any sort of Capture/Slave story either. If it is BDSM it's not a capture or slave story. Doesn't fit IMHO."

WTF - Someone else added that one. I think people randomly adding that on every freaking BDSM one. We need to let MA know so she can eject that one.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Oh wait, I figured out how to fix it for MA. It's done. I don't know about the Roxy Harte ones though.


message 13: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy Heidi and the Kaiser made me laugh - a fun spanking story?? I don't think that's the same story I read, lol.


message 14: by Miss Asima (new)

Miss Asima Lol, oh boy, looks like I'm adding "cleaning up listopia" to my mod tasks to complete for the day.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Miss Asima wrote: "Lol, oh boy, looks like I'm adding "cleaning up listopia" to my mod tasks to complete for the day."

:)


Karen **Mrs. Northman** And I must say Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire, although one of my favorites, is so far from BDSM/slave/captive anything.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Karen (Mrs. Northman) wrote: "And I must say Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire, although one of my favorites, is so far from BDSM/slave/captive anything."

Thanks Karen! WTH. People keep adding stuff randomly. Thanks for looking!


I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
is definitely NOT BDSM or a slave/captive story. Its about a teacher and student trapped on a deserted island after a plane crash.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
is definitely NOT BDSM or a slave/captive story. Its about a teacher and student trapped on a deserted island after a plane crash."


Bloody hell. Thanks Bookie!


message 20: by I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) (last edited Jul 18, 2012 04:41PM) (new)

I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) actually, I wouldn't really consider Caressa’s Knees (Comfort Series, #2) by Annabel Joseph

as a slave/captive story either...unless I am forgetting the story line


I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) ♆ BookAddict wrote: "I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves
is definitely NOT BDSM or a slave/captive story. Its about a teacher and student trapped on a deserted island after a plane crash."

Bloody h..."


:-) I know, I wish there was a way for the creator to lock or be able to approve what is added to the list... that might be a great GR Feedback suggestion. I just know they are sick of hearing from me though :-)


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "actually, I wouldn't really consider Caressa’s Knees (Comfort Series, #2) by Annabel Joseph

as a slave/captive story either...unless I am forgetting the story line"


well bloody hell again. GD. I need to get MA on this. I'll ping her again and let her know she needs to check every month. Grr.


I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) I think some people might be confusing the Master/slave concept with Slave-captive stories... I don't really see those as the same thing. Just because there is a Master and a slave doesn't mean that they are in a captive situation... Do I have this concept wrong?


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "I think some people might be confusing the Master/slave concept with Slave-captive stories... I don't really see those as the same thing. Just because there is a Master and a slave doesn't mean t..."

I think you are right. That is what they are confusing. We are not doing D/s here. I need to get MA all over this. :)


message 25: by Dee Wy (last edited Jul 18, 2012 05:15PM) (new)

Dee Wy I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "I think some people might be confusing the Master/slave concept with Slave-captive stories... I don't really see those as the same thing. Just because there is a Master and a slave doesn't mean t..."

I wondered about this distinction too, and so far had included both types of slaves in my tagging. If contemporary master/slave agreements should not be included (which I could agree with if we go that way), then some changes to the list should be made.

That's What Brothers Do and Collared would not technically fit the description - the first is about a guy who volunteered to be a pawn of the mob organization to save his family (though you could argue they enslaved him as a result) and the second is really a submissive who needs to be "claimed" not a captive or slave.

I was fine with both those books being on the list, but it's tough to draw a line sometimes.


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Dee Wy wrote: "I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "I think some people might be confusing the Master/slave concept with Slave-captive stories... I don't really see those as the same thing. Just because there is a Master..."

True Dee. Some are crossing the line. I consider both the ones you mentioned as slavery though.


I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) To Command and Collar (Masters of the Shadowlands, #6) by Cherise Sinclair Make Me, Sir (Masters of the Shadowlands, #5) by Cherise Sinclair

actually, I wouldn't say any of the MASTERS OF THE SHADOWLANDS books are Slave-captive stories with the exception of

To Command and Collar (Masters of the Shadowlands, #6) by Cherise Sinclair


message 28: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy Cool, I'm fine with that! :D They are very similar scenarios. I edited my message above to note that "contemporary slave/master agreements" really are a bit different though, which is what I think Bookie was referring to.


message 29: by Dee Wy (new)

Dee Wy I ♥ Bookie Nookie wrote: "To Command and Collar (Masters of the Shadowlands, #6) by Cherise SinclairMake Me, Sir (Masters of the Shadowlands, #5) by Cherise Sinclair

actually, I wouldn't say any of the MASTERS OF THE SHADOWLANDS books are Slave-captive stories with the exception of

[bookcover:To Comma..."


Agree. The last one is the only one that dealt with the slave trade.


I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com) Dee Wy wrote: "Cool, I'm fine with that! :D They are very similar scenarios. I edited my message above to note that "contemporary slave/master agreements" really are a bit different though, which is what I think ..."

yes, that is exactly what I was referring to... I know in some books they use the words Master and slave, but they aren't in a captive situation they are in a D/s relationship.


message 31: by Darling (new)

Darling I'm looking for a captive story like Lost or Wanderlust. Do any of you know any? I've read many of these stories but I'm looking for something...else.

Thanks in advance.

-Darling


♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme Darling wrote: "I'm looking for a captive story like Lost or Wanderlust. Do any of you know any? I've read many of these stories but I'm looking for something...else.

Thanks in advance.

-Darling"


Is this the Wanderlust you are mentioning? You might want to join our BDSM group. We have lists in there too. As well as challenges which cover many different ones.

I haven't read Wanderlust, but perhaps you want to try Pam-Ann?


message 33: by Darling (new)

Darling ♆ BookAddict wrote: "Darling wrote: "I'm looking for a captive story like Lost or Wanderlust. Do any of you know any? I've read many of these stories but I'm looking for something...else.

Thanks in advance.

-Darling"..."


Yes that is the book I was referring to. And okay, I'll join the group. I usually just roam through the lists trying to find something interesting.

I'll look at Pam-Ann. Thank-you.


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