Cream of the Crop

  • by Giselle Renarde, Dominic Santi, Eva Hore, Lily Gower, Max Sandford, Sadey Quinn, Ms. Peach, Jen Gordy
  • Narrated by Essemoh Teepee, Genevieve Ash
  • 4 hrs and 49 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A riding crop is a potent symbol of mastery and dominance over the powerful natural force of a magnificent steed between your legs. To many it also signifies surrendering to sexual pleasure.
In this collection of 13 stories, the erotic action begins when, by chance, someone finds a riding crop that has been left in public, bearing a message asking them to use it to explore their BDSM desires before detailing their exploits in an email to an anonymous account, then passing on the crop so the pleasure can begin all over again...
A couple who discover the crop on a Eurostar train find themselves transported back to the time of Catherine the Great for a thrilling afternoon of discipline in the country. A pair of office girls use the implement as their ticket to a munch, where their need to surrender can be explored to the full, while the crop also provides the ideal tool for a truly repentant woman to be punished for a night of passion with her ex.
If you found the crop, what would you do... and where would you let the pleasure lead you?

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Sound Quality Not Creamy

The overall concept of the book was unique and creative. The stories were mostly good. However, the only distraction and detraction was the terrible voice and low quality recording of the main female narrator. She sounded as if she was speaking with her mouth on a very low quality microphone. It sounded raspy in a fingernails across a chalkboard way that was decidedly not sexy at all. There was no richness or depth to her voice. It made her sound cheap and was a turn off. The man's voice was much better recorded and was textured with depth. However, paired with the shallow grating female voice, there was no audio chemistry between them. Even the accents were unmatched. I could not figure out how a man with a rich though a bit over the top heavy British accent ever connected up with what sounded like a cheap uneducated low class American female voice. Only the creative story format and stories themselves saved this poor production. Please learn something about audio production before recording again. And match the accents unless the story includes why these 2 from 2 different cultures ever hooked up.
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- David Sparks

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-10-2013
  • Publisher: eSensual Books