Tricks and Treats: Nothing to Fear
By Chrissy Dionne
Dec 5, 2007 - 6:30:10 PM

When Kelly Long agrees to help out at the community Halloween party the last thing she expects is to spend the night tied to a bed.   To make the situation more troubling, she discovers that her tormentor for the evening is to be none other than Mason, the only man she dreams of in such a role.

Having Kelly tied to his bed is one of Mason’s fantasies.   Barring that, having her restrained in a bed at the haunted house while he teases her with the delights of being at his mercy proves to be just as pleasurable.


Mason’s well aware that Kelly’s uncomfortable with her desire for bondage.   Their roles as ‘damsel in distress’ and his as her whip wielding tormentor gives him the perfect opportunity to show her the pleasures to be found in bondage.   Once he has her restrained, he immediately begins systematically breaking down her resistance.   There’s no doubt being restrained is turning her on and Mason’s relishing in her surrender, the only trouble is they get all hot and bothered only to be interrupted every fifteen minutes by the groups of people being escorted through the haunted house.   By the end of the night Mason’s taught Kelly that her love of bondage is nothing to be ashamed of but how will she feel about everything once her gig as a ‘damsel in distress’ is over and being tied up is strictly for pleasure?


Natasha Moore’s NOTHING TO FEAR is a wonderful addition to the Ellora’s Cave’s TRICK AND TREATS line.   Readers are treated to all the frustration and sexual intensity the characters experience as they’re continuously interrupted by the people touring the haunted house.   Many women are raised to believe that certain sexual desires are wrong or ‘unattractive.’   I found real inspiration in how Mason goes about showing Kelly that between two consenting adults there’s nothing dirty or unacceptable.   This is the first book by Natasha Moore that I’ve read and I can honestly say it won’t be the last.

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