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False Pretenses Rod and Cane Society #2 Free download ☆ 104 Ð [Ebook] ➩ False Pretenses Rod and Cane Society #2 By Cara Bristol – Insolpro.co.uk Freelance journalist Emma Dupree needs a sensational story to boost her career and free her from the corporate hell of her day job She finds her blockbuster in theFreelance journalist Emma Dupree needs Rod and PDF #206 a sensational story to boost her career and free her from the corporate hell of her day job She finds her blockbuster in the Rod and Cane Society an organization that encourages men to spank their spouses and goes undercover to expose the kinky perversions Fearing she could be scooped by a rival reporter she keep. As a journalist Emma needs a chance to become successful Thus her opportunity appears when she discovers that Rod and Cane organisation maybe is than everybody think it is What a good journalist should do She goes undercover in order to expose the well kept secrets of the organizationLittle she know that perhaps home discipline and erotic spanking is not that bad She meets by chance Dan who is a very playful but also a very dominant guy and who could have guessed he is over a member of the same society she tries to exposeLies secrets regrets and scorching hot scenes

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S she’s percent pure Pretenses Rod and MOBI #244 vanillaThey're both operating under False Pretenses Who will be the first to lose their cover and when Emma loses hers will she let Dan discipline her for itPublisher's Note This book contains explicit sexual situations graphic language and material that some readers may find objectionable domestic discipline spanking. False Pretenses by Cara Bristol This is the 2nd novel in her Rod and Cane SocietyThis is a novel a creation of imagination and has the need to make events move forward at a faster pace than real lifethis is called collapsing time The reason I mention this as had it been in any way trying to represent real life and time then Cara Bristol herself deserves a disciplinary spanking for arranging for her main characters Emma and Dan to meet while searching for her runaway cat and within an hour of meeting and without much of a second thought of safety bar using a condom are naked in the shower and having their first sexual encounter Doesn't matter how good looking and a known local character or nottiz to be hoped naive readers don't copy EmmaSo not realistically portrayed However the relationship is safe no hidden psychopathic tendencies in Dan just nice kinky ones he is a Board member of the Rod and Cane Society the first in this series being Unexplained Conseuences and a firm believer in domestic discipline as well as erotic spankings Emma is also an undercover investigative journalist and on a mission to uncover the Rod and Cane Society but will she does she find erotic spankings to her liking and what of domestic discipline well Cara weaves an interesting conflict into her story and resolution that once again incorporates the Rod and Cane Society and their rules bye laws and implementation Only readers will find how and what happens to Dan and Emma who he thinks is the proprietor of his ideal ass and lovebut is she Some sexy erotic scenes for spanking aficionados Despite the jumpstart of shower to sex concerns I still think this is a 4 star read I look forward to reading the third in this series

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False Pretenses Rod and Cane Society #2S a tight False Pretenses PDFEPUB or lid on her story not even telling her new boyfriendDan Tanner knows all about keeping secrets He’s a member of the kinky perv organization Emma is striving to expose This real estate agent has a major spanking fetish and would like nothing than to get his hands on Emma’s ass but fears rejection from his sexy new lady who insist. I picked up False Pretenses because it was loaned to me by a friend and I—like my friend—have really mixed feelings about it The book itself is passably written Some of the language gets a little repetitive but there are no major hang ups Bristol does a decent job in balancing descriptiveness with action and dialogue; I never had any problems keeping the characters spatially oriented in my mind and I never cringed at any of the prose or dialogue It feels like I'm damning Bristol with faint praise but it's remarkable how many authors don't meet that incredibly low benchmark The storyline is predictable but decently executed and the sex scenes were pretty hot My problems with the book were harder to decipher and at least in part pretty personal While reading it I realized that it had been a really long time since I'd read any heterosexual romances especially het romance with kink I also realized why I've been sorta unconsciously avoiding het romance and het romance with kink First of all Dan and Emma aren't my kind of people They're not my tribe Which means first of all I don't relate to them And second I don't trust them and by extension the author to be savvy about the things I need them to be savvy about when it comes to avoiding skeevy patriarchal misogyny I think Bristol tries Sometimes she succeeds When Dan and Emma meet Bristol deliberately and smoothly avoids some of the subtle pitfalls; she includes explicit verbal and enthusiastic consent These are things that get her a lot of brownie points in my book At the same time she fails a lot too Her insistence of making Emma the tiny petite blonde essence of White Womanhood in making Dan eually Aryan while constantly mentioning how manly and masculine his every aspect and action are seriously every physical and personality attribute of either Dan or Emma mention is also connected to how incredibly uintessentially manly or feminine they are Her entire concept is tied to a lot of heterosexist gender essentialism; submission and submissiveness specifically tied to femaleness domination and control specifically tied to maleness Though Dan and Emma's exploration with spanking is mostly pitched in terms of eroticism rather than the light of domestic discipline through the existencepurpose of the Rod Cane Society and through Dan and Emma themselves Bristol keeps straying back to it And—for me at least—brings the entire unpleasant contextual baggage of centuries of patriarchy and institutionalized misogyny toward women And it's complicated I mean a lot of it wouldn't bother me without that context A lot of it wouldn't bother me if it were a same sex relationship—specifically because it doesn't have that same long contextual history of fossilized gender roles Bristol goes to great pains to assure us that the women in these relationships are in these relationships knowledgeably voluntarily consensuallyhell enthusiastically But she can't remove that context hard as she tries and she undermines her own overt efforts when she writes her characters falling back into that context by pitching it—even in their minds—in such gendered terms I don't have a problem with a sub giving up control to a Dom but the way Bristol and the characters repeatedly links orientation with gender and her clumsy attempts to tellshow us how Emma is really a feminist upon whom feminism never fit as well as the joy of submitting to a man Dan invokes shades of Alisa Valdes and the very rhetoric that is often leveled at feminists in which case it hopelessly bogs down for me again In any case I didn't hate the book It didn't work for me on a number of levels but it was a fast easy reasonably well written read with an author who has a pretty fullthorough grasp on what she was writing which is a benefit in and of itself and will probably make this book memorable to me when so few are