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Cuckold Erotica

3.76  ·  Rating details ·  37 ratings  ·  4 reviews
This collection contains the complete erotic novel "Losing Sarah," plus five additional stories. This material is strictly for adults.

The eleven stories in this 160,000 word collection explore the borderline between humiliation and erotic fascination as several groups of characters cross shameful boundaries of degradation and betrayal in a quest to find their true inner id
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ebook, 379 pages
Published January 19th 2011 by Vagabond Publishing (first published January 16th 2011)
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♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
This one is one I had difficulty rating. The stories are a bit disjointed as the main story is separated by some lighter random stories. The main story is "Losing Sarah". Cokie and the Julie ones were almost non sequitur and rather distracting from the overall book.

On a hotness scale for Losing Sarah it is probably a 5. It's guiltily arousing. Sarah is an erotic writer who ropes her loving husband, Greg into a game which doesn't really seem like a game. The degradations visited upon Greg are hor
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Jon Zelig
Apr 18, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotica
Clocking in at just under 400 pgs, this is a . . . thick book.

Anchored by the full-length novel, “Losing Sarah,” which focuses relentlessly on matters of girth—and the intense and escalating humiliation of the cuck hubby—the collection is by turns in-your-face graphic and emotionally complicated, tugging the reader back and forth between the erotic terror of a husband and wife’s descent into submission and the bittersweet love they maintain for each other.

The novella-length story “Sunday’s Wit
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Fake1
Jan 08, 2017 rated it really liked it
Pleasantly nasty and cruel but lost a star for being repetitive and losing some of the characters individuality.
James
Apr 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
A compliation of Audrey's stories containing two of my very favorites, Losing Sarah (or Dungeon Husband) and Sundays with Cokie. The other stories are good but just not quite as good, and for me it lost one star due to the breaking up of the stories and interspersing the chapters. Still a marvellous collection of short stories that I whole heartedly recommend.
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