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eBook Review: Quick Kink Two by Kay Jaybee


Review by Dorla Moorehouse

Quick Kink Two is one of the most memorable erotica collections I have ever read. Kay Jaybee has created a book filled with stories that cover a range of different kinks, plots, characters, and scenarios. Each piece stands out as a compelling piece of erotic fiction, each one staying with the reader well after the book is finished

The reason Quick Kink Two is so powerful is because Jaybee’s stories are a mix of different fetish pieces. Some, like “The Bride Wore Rubber,” are hardcore. Others, like “Plus One” and “Snookered,” rely on traditional fetish themes but tell the stories in ways that are not boring are overdone. And finally, Jaybee writes fetish stories that do not rely on typical ideas, plots, or objects. “The Shirt” is the most memorable story in this eBook because of the way Jaybee turns a simple shirt into a fetish object. There are no whips, threesomes, or leather; this story pushed my preconceived notions of fetish erotica and turned me on at the same time.

Quick Kink Two is so good that I am hard-pressed to find anything negative to say about it. The only thing I would have done differently is space the “Cold” and “Heat” stories farther apart. Because the “Cold” protagonist does not have a name, and because it is so short, at first I believed that these two stories were companion pieces. It was a little frustrating to read “Heat” and not be sure whether or not these two stories were supposed to be tie into one another.  Other than that, however, I don’t find any flaws in this collection.

Quick Kink Two is a great read for anyone interested in kinky stories, but it’s diverse enough to appeal to readers who don’t normally read kink. While a few of the stories (namely “The Bride Wore Leather”) might be a little hardcore for someone more used to vanilla erotica, all in all Jaybee’s writing is accessible to a wide range of readers.

Quick Kink Two at Xcite

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April 27, 2010 Posted by | eBooks Reviews | , | Leave a comment

Author interview with Kay Jaybee


Interview with Kay Jaybee
Q. What was your childhood ambition?
Rather predictably, I always wanted to write and have a book published. I still can’t believe it’s happened!! My first solo work, The Collector (Austin & Macauley, 2008), has been out for 18 months now, and I’ve just had 2 e-books published by Xcite (Quick Kink 1 and Quick Kink 2). I get a massive high out of getting my work is in print, whether it’s an individual story, a poem or entire book. I really hope I never lose that buzz.

Q. What ambitions do you still have?

Writing erotica is my first love, and I’d love to have a complete erotic novel published alongside my anthologies. It would also be fantastic to have some of my children’s stories or general fiction published. Continue reading

April 6, 2010 Posted by | Author Interviews | , , , | 4 Comments