Emily Vargas has been taken captive. As part of his conditioning methods, her captor refuses to speak to her, knowing how much she craves human contact. He's far too beautiful to be a monster. Combined with his lack of violence toward her, this has her walking a fine line at the edge of sanity. Told in the first person from Emily's perspective, Comfort Food is a tale of erotic surrender that explores what happens when all expectations of pleasure and pain are turned upside down, as whips become comfort and chicken soup becomes punishment.
Other books by Kitty Thomas:
The Last Girl
Submissive Fairy Tales (anthology of The Auction, Awakening, and The King's Pleasure)
The King's Pleasure
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It was what I expected.
In a sense that it was a story about Stockholm syndrome. There is no romance or love in this story. Only that of a master and his slave. The erotic parts of the book are wonderfully written. I enjoyed it but of corse I wish there would have been more to this story concerning love and romance. I got what I looked for. Dominance and submission.
I’m feeling a lot of emotions
The way the author writes is so vivid and I can imagine everything in my head that’s it’s crazy. Of course In the beginning you hate the guy but then you weirdly feel like they belong to each other. It a weird thought I know but when it comes to a book that’s talking about Stockholm syndrome and the persons thoughts that are talked about is the victim... you only know what she’s thinking. And that’s why you like them together. You’ll only understand when you read it.
This is definitely a book for a mature audience even though the sex scenes were not very descriptive overall it’s a book that anyone under 18 should not read. It’s about a very serious topic. This should not be hoped for in a person and it does happen to people. It’s very rare that even the guy named, “Master” would be gentle and kind to the person they took.
This book was very good overall with the details and imaginary, amazing. And it made me emotional a couple times in negative and positive ways. 5 stars.
I absolutely love this book and the relationship that develops between Master and Emily. Just the right amount of dark, it’s brilliant!