Today my guest is Kay Jaybee, who's here to talk about her new release.
Tied to the Kitchen Sink (All Romance, 2012) is an e-collection of three of my most popular kinky BDSM short stories- Tied to the Kitchen Sink, Becky and The Bad Poet.
BLURB- Will can hardly believe his eyes when he receives the ultimate in birthday gifts. Karen, the girl of his fantasies, has been left tied to his kitchen sinks’ taps, ready to be played with exactly as he chooses. Meanwhile, Becky is having a spank filled first day in her new job, and a BDSM curious male allows himself to be lured into a dominatrix’s layer, by the tempting lyrics of a truly bad poem. Whether bound in ropes or handcuffs, as they are shackled to the bed, kitchen sink, or within the confines of a fetishists supply cupboard, the willing victims of Tied to the Kitchen Sinks’ kinky S&M and BDSM action, find their darkest and sexiest dreams coming true.
Ever since I began writing erotica seven years ago, I have enjoyed creating stories of the heavier, and frequently darker, S&M or BDSM persuasion. I just love the twists and turns of tension and anticipation that a tale involving willing submission, domination and restraint can bring.
The three stories within Tied to the Kitchen Sink ease the reader gradually into the heavier side of my kinky imagination. Tied to the Kitchen Sink itself is one of the gentlest and sweetest restraint pieces I have ever penned. It begins with me pondering the question, ‘What is a young man to do when he finds a beautiful woman shackled to is kitchen sink with very few clothes on?!’
The pace of the book is cranked up considerably with story number two, Becky. Becky had been warned that her new boss has very strange ideas as to rule breaking and punishment for mistakes and misdemeanours. Rather than toe-the-line however, Becky is determined to see just how far she can push things- it’s almost as if she wants his anger, and the pain that might bring...
By story number three, The Bad Poet, we are deep into Fem Dom territory- bondage, submission, and then some... When a man becomes obsessed with a colleague, he can’t resist the poem she sends him by email- even if it is really reall awful...
‘You really are a terrible poet.’
‘You got my email then?’
‘First thing this morning.’
‘It was a very bad poem indeed, truly wicked.’
‘Got you here though didn’t it.’
‘True. Although I am wondering if I should leave.’
‘And miss the opportunity to find out?’
‘How bad a poet I really am.’
He’d lost count of how many times he’d read and re-read her email throughout the day. He knew it by heart. She was right; curiosity had brought him to her flat. He replayed the poem in his head as they sat silent, either side of her kitchen table, measuring each other up.
There are many things I long to do,
Tie you up before I screw.
Make you beg.
Make you whine.
Whip you till you scream you’re mine.
Cover your flesh in lashes red,
Rope you tightly to the bed.
Force a howl.
Force a groan.
Watch you helpless; squirm and moan.
Make you lick me long and slow.
Watch you suffer as I glow.
Your lust ignored,
Your want denied,
Whilst my pleasure, you provide.
Perhaps I free you for a while?
Maybe touch you; make you smile.
I’ll deny your need,
And just enjoy hearing you plead.
Confident that the poem would bring him here tonight, she had prepared carefully for his arrival. Black was the over-riding colour. Black basque, black shiny boots, sheer black stockings. More importantly, black rope, black whip, and a black ball gag. His eyes scanned the objects she’d laid out on the table next to her, fully aware that she was waiting for him to react.
He was reacting; she probably knew he was, although she couldn’t possibly have seen the growing bulge in his crouch from where she sat. His palms felt sticky as, once again, he ran through the poems words in his head. Did she really want to do all that? To him?
Her eyes twinkled as she broke the silence. ‘You’re wondering how I knew you’d come?’
‘You have servant written all over you. I’ve studied these things.’ She ran the whip through her hands provocatively as she spoke, ‘Also, you were intrigued by the last verse; would I give you pleasure…, or not?’
If you want to find out exactly what she does put her visitor through, then you can buy Tied to the Kitchen Sink from:
Many thanks for inviting me to visit you today Gale, so I could share some of my latest anthology with you.
Kay Jaybee wrote the novels Making Him Wait (Sweetmeats Press, 2012), The Voyeur (Xcite, 2012), The Perfect Submissive (Xcite e-books, 2011, Xcite, 2012), and Not Her Type: Erotic Adventures With A Delivery Man (OCPress, 2011). She has also written the anthologies Tied to the Kitchen Sink and Equipment, (All Romance, 2012), Yes Ma’am (Xcite e-books, 2011), Quick Kink One and Quick Kink Two (Xcite e-books, 2010), and The Collector (Austin & Macauley, 2008). Kay has had over 60 short stories published by Cleis Press (inc. Best of Best Women’s Erotica 2, Best Women’s Erotica 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012; Best Bondage 2012, Sweet Love, Smooth, Gotta Have It, Sweet Confessions), Black Lace (Sexy Little Numbers), Mammoth (The Mammoth Book of Lesbian Erotica), Xcite (inc.Ultimate Sin, Boy Fun, Power Play, Threesomes, Finger Music, Tricks For Kicks), Penguin (Oysters and Chocolate; Erotic Stories of Every Flavor), Seal (Oysters and Chocolate; Nice Girls, Naughty Sex),and Sweetmeats Press (Immoral Views)
Details of Kay’s work, past, present and future can be found at www.kayjaybee.me.uk