Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Erotica Book Review: To Daddy: Make Me Hop When You Find My Eggs by Benson E Wolf (brat maledom bisexual)

To Daddy: Make Me Hop When You Find My Eggs Love, Your Brat
Author: Benson E Wolf
Publication Date: March 28, 2021
Protagonist Gender: Female
Sexuality: Bisexual
Kink/Fetish: Maledom

The latest in Benson E Wolf's erotic series of holiday-themed brat adventures, Make Me Hop When You Find My Eggs introduces a new player in Daddy's life, a sweet young Catholic girl named Margot Lune who falls under his spell.

It all begins with a little opportunistic office voyeurism, which finds Margot a witness to Melissa's sexual submission to her Daddy. The ways in which Wolf captures her innocence, with words like weenie and butt, even while exploring her carnal curiosity, is a delight that carries on throughout the story. Jonathan plays on her innocence, challenging her to use dirty words, to touch herself, and to describe her feelings, and it's powerful stuff.

What follows is a darkly erotic tale of seduction that sees the good girl tempted, toyed with, pleasured, and punished. "Margot had the Father, The Son, The Holy Ghost, her Dad, and now this Daddy that wanted to break her from all of them" is such a great line, and one that so beautifully sums up her journey. There's a definite religious theme to her story, beyond just the Easter weekend setting, but at no time does the story become mocking or offensive - it's a fine line, but Wolf masters it. He pushes her beyond what she fears she can handle, but he also gives her a safeword . . . and cautionary limits on using it.

Building from verbal encouragement through long-distance masturbation to explicit intimacy, Margot's story opens her eyes to a world she's not supposed to be a part of. Her innocence, her fear, and her feeling of between trapped between faith and desire is never far from the heart of the story, and that gives every act of submission real consequences. The climax is intense, and there are moments that may make some readers uncomfortable, worried even for Margot, but there's a lovely passage about true intentions and emotional boundaries that keeps this erotic.

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀  

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