Here is Part 2 of my favorite Spanking/BDSM and Fiction/Historical Fiction books. I said Top 10, but it’s really Top 13. If you missed Part 1, you can read it by clicking here
- Walker’s Rules by Joannie Kay Another of my go-to books. Another western, dub-con. A boy arrested
for stealing is sent to Walker’s house. Walker takes the delinquent boys into his house preventing them from going to jail or an orphanage. But Walker finds out this isn’t a boy when he gives her the customary strapping on her bare bottom required by the judge. She stays at the house, and they fall in love. But getting her to follow Walker’s Rules is a daily fight, and I loved it!!
- Three’s Company by Carolyn Faulkner In this book a woman lives with two men. One is stern and rules-oriented while the other is sweet and cuddly but just as stern when required. The dynamic between the three of them is awesome and it’s full of spankings and humiliation, as we expect from Carolyn.
- Doctor Dom Series Tara Crescent Tara has THE best medical play I’ve ever read. I was never sure if I was truly interested in medical play–that is until I read the Doctor Dom series. That’s when I realized that I definitely am into medical play. Holy hell, it’s so flipping HOT!! Definitely, buy this.
- Her Old Fashioned Boss (Old Fashioned Series) by Laylah Roberts I have read everything written by Laylah Roberts and I have found every single one amazing. She writes AP, D/s, and DD. But her book Her Old Fashioned Boss was just heartwarming and touching. In this story the two men have an M/m relationship but decide they need a woman. The heroine applies to work for one of them, and they fall in love taking her in. She suffers from anorexia and they not only care for her, watching her eating and health, but help her to overcome her anorexia through spankings. Absolutely amazing book. As a recovered anorexic this book touched me on so many levels. I may have to pull it out again.
- Aching to Submit by Natasha Knight This is the book that made Natasha and I friends. I contacted her at midnight (our time– which was dawn for her), and we chatted for close to an hour about the agony of wanting and aching for submission to your husband and not knowing how to voice it. This book really catapulted my husband and I into TTWD. I had him read it, and we decided to move forward in our endeavors. This book will always hold a special spot in my heart.
- Maintenance Night by Trent Evans This was my first Trent Evans’ book, and I absolutely loved it. I wrote to him the day I read it, and gushed over how much I loved it. The love, trust and power exchange between Troy
and Lacey was so evident. He pushes her past her comfort zone, but not beyond her limits. Trent describes this to such a level that you can see, hear, smell and touch maintenance night–you truly feel like you’re there. Don’t miss this one.
- Masters and Mercenaries Series by Lexi Blake This series is for the readers who want a little more depth to a book. They want to think and re-read passages and chapters. This series involves Masters, private investigators, FBI, Irish RA, Russia, UK, foreign diplomats — and, there are BDSM scenes that will take your breath away completely, and then espionage and murder scenes that will have you rereading and scratching your head trying to solve it. I sit anxiously waiting for the next book.
- Masters of the Shadowlands by Cherise Sinclair This is THE best series out there. I had finished 50 Shades of Grey, and wanted something new. I found this series while I was out of work with back surgery. I read all the books in four weeks, and I immediately read them again before I went back to work. I contacted Cherise (you’re seeing the trend here, right??), and became part of her street team. This is another series that I have read at least five time, maybe more. Cherise weaves BDSM and humor into her books like none other. The women are down to earth and real with sweet, attentive, kind and very dominant Masters. These men have devious punishments and rewards that will leave you breathless.
- Being Their Baby by Korey Mae Johnson. I write and read age play, and NO ONE does age play as well as Korey Mae Johnson. This book has D/s, M/f, F/m, F/f, and age play. This book turns every crank I have. Korey is working on a sequel, and I do believe I’ll be calling in sick the day that book is released. Just sayin’.
- Make Me Yours by BJ Wane. This is one of my go-to books. I lost this book on my Kindle and my computer recently, and I was completely obsessed with finding it. It took me almost a month, but I figured out the title re-bought it on Pink Flamingo. The heroine in this book has known the hero since she was a child and to
escape an unwanted, upcoming marriage she finds him at his business which he has with a friend–a BDSM retreat in the mountains. The spankings and sex in this book are plentiful and it’s…. uhm just….wow! Since finding it, I have read it again for the fourth time.
FICTION/HISTORICAL FICTION BOOKS
- Sarah’s Key by Tatiana de Rosnay A heart-wrenching historical fiction book that taught me how Nazi Germany infiltrated Paris,France, holding children in a coliseum, thouands of which died in that building. Something I never knew actually happened!! “Paris, July 1942: Sarah, a ten year-old girl, is brutally arrested with her family by the French police in the Vel’ d’Hiv’ roundup, but not before she locks her younger brother in a cupboard in the family’s apartment, thinking that she will be back within a few hours. Paris, May 2002:
On Vel’ d’Hiv’s 60th anniversary, journalist Julia Jarmond is asked to write an article about this black day in France’s past. Through her contemporary investigation, she stumbles onto a trail of long-hidden family secrets
that connect her to Sarah.”
- Chronicles of the Kings Series by Lynn Austin. I ADORED this series. Anyone who’s familiar with the Old Testament knows that the books for the prophets and kings are individual, and you have to know the history of one book to understand the other. It’s very confusing as a teacher. Lynn Austin has taken these books from the Old Testament and merged them into a beautiful, historical fiction that makes you feel like you’re sitting in
the temple with the kings and prophets. I’d buy a new book as soon as it was released. I highly recommend these books if you love the prophets and kings, or wish you understood them better, this is a must buy.
- The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh There is a twist to this story and it haunted me for weeks. It was a difficult book to read and yet, I loved learning all the different meanings of flowers. “After a childhood spent in the foster-care system, she is unable to get close to anybody, and her only connection to the world is through flowers and their meanings. Now eighteen and emancipated from the system with nowhere to go, Victoria realizes she has a gift for helping others through the flowers she chooses
I hope you all find something that will interest you in this list. Again, I had to leave soooooo many books that I loved to make the list do-able. I will be doing another list sometime in the next week.