Sunday, September 7, 2014

~~Review for The Mayor's Daughter II: Stablemate by Will Versuch~~

Title: The Mayor's Daughter-Stablemate
Author: Will Versuch
Publisher: Pink Flamingo Publications, LLC
Genre: BDSM/Contemporary
Publication date: March 16, 2012
ISBN: 9781937831318
Length: 140 pages
Book Series and number: Mayor's Daughter Book 2
Rating: 3 1/2
Heat Rating: Scorching

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 3.5 out of 5 stars.

Reviewed for For Whom The Books Toll
3 1/2, Scorching

Jessica has finally passed her challenge, elevated from draft pony to show pony. She still struggles to come to terms with this new life, a life where her waking and sleeping life are filled with bondage, confinement, and punishment when she breaks the rules. She knows, though, that it will be a better life now that her days as a draft pony are behind her.

But this all changes when a new girl is brought into the Officer's mill. For now, the new girl is the draft pony, filling the role that Jessica left behind. But for how long? Jessica can quickly see that the new girl is stronger than her, faster than her. In a fair competition, Jessica knows that she would lose. What will Jessica do to ensure her place as the show pony? How far will she go to protect her newly won status?

This book, the second installment of The Mayor's Daughter Trilogy, features strict bondage and pony play as Jessica and the new girl struggle within the confines of the Officer's mill. It picks up right where the last book ends off, exploring Jessica's new life as a show pony. Fans of the first book will find the same level of detailed, intricate bondage in the sequel, but with the added psychological element of the interplay between Jessica and the new ponygirl.

My Review:
Jessica thought that when she passed her test to be show pony that things might get a little better for her. Unfortunately, she was wrong, being show pony brings a whole new set of trials and torture.

College student Allison is celebrating with her fellow soccer team mates after winning an important game. Knowing she has a long drive in the morning, Allison leaves the bar early and heads to her apartment. She's almost there when she sees flashing red lights in her rear view mirror. The officer seems nice enough, but there's something eerie about him. Allison doesn't pass the breathalyzer and because she's under 21, the officer tells her she has to go into the police station. Everything after she's taken to his police car, is a blur and Allison can't believe some of the things the officer is saying over the radio. Instead of taking his new acquisition to the station like she thought, the kidnapper takes her to his family's mill. After being shoved inside the door and half-drug along behind the officer, Allison is stunned to see a women tied and dressed strangely in some leather contraption.

After hearing approaching footsteps, Jessica sees another woman in chains has been brought to the mill. Thinking that now there are two of them and one of him, they might stand a chance at escape, but her idea is quickly squashed when the man pits the two women against each other, without them realizing it. Both women are subjected to unthinkable tortures and mind games. An unexpected interruption occurs when a police woman enters the mill with gun drawn. Is she there to help Jessica and Allison? Or is she there to join in on their torment?

Mayor's Daughter II: Stablemate by Will Versuch takes up where book 1 ends.
The kidnapper is very meticulous in his hunt for his victims. Mr. Versuch shows the man plans, watches and picks his victims carefully. Jessica's character shows acceptance in her situation, but she is ever watchful for a chance at escape. She did things to survive that I know I could have never done. Jessica does seem to grow up some toward the end of the book. Allison is very easy to like and to sympathize with her predicament. She's very emotional, so it's hard for her to hid her emotions from her kidnapper. Her character adds to the depth and dimension of the story, with a different twist added to the mix. And of course there's the kidnapper. He's very diabolical, scheming, perverted and sadistic. I disliked him more and more as the story progressed and wanted nothing more than for him to get caught and be made to endure some of the same things he's done to Jessica and Allison. Mr. Versuch describes in great detail everything that is being done to the girls, it's very graphic. So much so, you feel like you are there in the mill watching instead of reading. I did enjoy reading The Mayor's Daughter II: Stablemate for the writing style of the author. The only thing I disliked was all the typos in the book, there were so many, it took me out of the story at times.

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