Chasing Me Chasing You

An uncollared submissive struggling through depression, motherhood, and the constant craving of her next orgasm.

Kink vs. Romance or Kink & Romance

Can you have kink and romance or are they always mutually exclusive? My fingers are crossed that they can be found together, at least occasionally. My husband does his best with both. It seems that most romantic novels on the subject either highlight one or the other. Very few can adequately portray a BDSM relationship, must less with any romantic twist. I have found a few that do cross the divide without being too cheesy or judgmental.

The Masters of the Shadowlands Series by Cherise Sinclair
There are currently seven books in the series that revolve around a BDSM club in Tampa, Florida. Each story follows a relationship in the club touching on various aspects of the lifestyle (general misconceptions, sadism, master/slave, discipline). Most include a growth of either the master or his submissive in various ways and an element of action.

I have tried several other authors, but most don’t cover the romantic or kinky bases effectively. I will admit, however, that some of this has created a bias as I look at my expectations of my own BDSM relationship. But hey, what are good romance novels for?

2 Responses to “Kink vs. Romance or Kink & Romance”

  • greengirl

    Sophie Morgan wrote two books – both non-fiction/memoirs. And they were about dating, not being with one person. But i still very, very highly recommend them (maybe you’ve already read them).

    I’m just discovering your blog, read back through. Turns out I had a nickname assigned by international students at the same college also, not nearly as fun as yours. They lived in Babcock of course. The dorms weren’t co-ed when i was there (I’m old). Small world.

    • CollaredMom

      Sorry for any confusion about things. It is a small world, but I am continually surprised by the people I find who have gone to the same school. Glad you enjoyed your time there as much as I did.

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