Rebecca's Bottom: Her True BDSM Life

  • by Jean-Claude Carvill
  • Narrated by Marie Hélène
  • 8 hrs and 51 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

As a young college student, her life turned upside down when she walked into the Catholic Student Union meeting.
Rebecca Stramwell's life was about to change. As a 21-year-old college student from rural Oklahoma, she didn't know anything about BDSM. She was converting to Catholicism, and trying hard to be a good girl. When she met David, all of that changed.
David was handsome and charming, but he had a secret. As he starts to reveal a world of forbidden pleasures to Rebecca, she is captivated by its fantasy.
Catapulted onto a deviant path full of surprisingly honorable and mannerly people, Rebecca is forced to confront the fact that the world at large is much less structured and respectable than that of the secret underground. Through the juxtaposition of her encounters with kinksters and vanilla individuals, Rebecca finds herself being jaded by the "normal" crowd and unexpectedly gaining freedom and security in sadomasochism.
With this newly found world, Rebecca's paradigm begins shifting in new and exciting ways. Above all, she struggles to free herself from the constraints that she has allowed others to put on her and become what she has always wanted to be: naughty.

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This took some wrong turns.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I would definitely remove the letters in this book or at least shorten them massively. They do nothing to move the story on at all and actually feel like a wiki page on BDSM is being put into the middle of the main story.

They were so bad an addition that after the first two I got fed up with them and forward winded from about a third through the third letter and all of the fourth.

Also, the first third of the book was very slow in my opinion and was rather dull to listen to.


Would you recommend Rebecca's Bottom: Her True BDSM Life to your friends? Why or why not?

I'm not sure about this. It has some good points about the BDSM lifestyle and some that were a little off too. That said, some of the BDSM scenes in the book are good, and I just wished there were more of them and less drifting and dross like the letters.


Have you listened to any of Marie Hélène’s other performances? How does this one compare?

Only one of hers I've heard I think, but she got the job done and was good to listen to.


If this book were a film would you go see it?

If the movie cut some of the junk and so on then maybe I'd rent it to watch.


Any additional comments?

I think this book may well appeal to submissive people that are considering BDSM, as I have no doubt a lot of them will feel in the same position as Rebecca does. And this book may well answer a lot of the things they are thinking about.

I also will say the best scene in the book for me was Rebecca's first one with Baby. It's a good combination of sweet and hot.

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- M. Paddon

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-08-2014
  • Publisher: Jean-Claude Carvill