Femdom Book Review The Story of Simon

Femdom Book Review: The Story of Simon

Femdom Book Review The Story of Simon

Introduction

This is a femdom book review of The Story of Simon by Rachel Loewen. If you are up to a journey on femdom and BDSM world or if you are in any way curious about this lifestyle, The Story of Simon is definitely a good place to start. 

 

Goodreads Blurb of The Story of Simon

“Oh God, Kate, what the hell have you talked me into?”

“Only the best night of your entire life, Simon, and you can thank me later…”

Simon knows nothing about the fetish scene. His only experience with dominant women was his last girlfriend. But that taste has left him longing for more. He dreams of meeting a Mistress to help him explore his interest in femdom. After a drunken confession to his friend, Kate, she persuades him to join her at a BDSM club. Innocent and out of his depth, what would possibly go wrong?

Simon hopes this exotic new world will offer him everything he craves. Too shy to find a partner, he lets Kate push him into another bad decision – signing up for the slave auction. Falling into dangerous hands, he becomes a pawn in a terrifying game.

Will chasing his fantasies bring Simon everything he desires, or will he live to regret it?

 

Book Review of The Story of Simon by Book Estuary 

Femdom in The Story of Simon Overview

The Story of Simon by Rachel Loewen tells the story of Simon as he was introduced to the world of femdom or female domination at a BDSM club. I don’t want to give out many details as to how the story goes to avoid spoilers but this book places readers on the mind of Simon as a newbie submissive and on Mistress Alannah’s as his master. At some point, readers will have some glimpse of Master Richard’s mind as well. Master Richard is actually the husband of Mistress Alannah.  

 

Here, the foundation of BDSM relationship such as consent, honesty, obedience, and responsibility to the welfare of the submissive is being highlighted. Readers are shown that in this lifestyle, to inflict denial and pain is seen as a source of pleasurable activity. A trip to Mistress Alannah’s playroom is also guaranteed in this book.

 

What did I like about The Story of Simon?

The Story of Simon is definitely a new read for me. It brings me to a world that I would not surely venture into in real life at least in my lifetime. I like how Rachel narrates the events in the story and how the book is written as a whole. As a reader who knows nothing about the world of BDSM and femdom apart from my reading of the Fifty Shades of Grey and with my little interest in the matter, The Story of Simon immersed me in such a world as if the events that transpired are just new learnings for me.

 

Before reading the book, I expected that in some ways I will be offended by the things that will transpire in the book. Surprisingly, I enjoyed reading the book. The Story of Simon details a topic that is totally outside my interest but there’s something about going into a person’s mind that widens the readers’ understanding and that happened to me while reading The Story of Simon.

 

Rachel’s writing style in The Story of Simon does not encourage judgment about the world of femdom and BDSM. It will actually make you understand. In the story, denial, and pain as better sorts of pleasure are explored. Also, the incorporation of consent, honesty, obedience, and responsibility to the welfare of the submissive was never compromised. 

 

In some parts, Rachel touches on the worst fantasies of Mistress Alannah but they were just all in the mind. 

 

Overall Rating and Final Thoughts on The Story of Simon by Rachel Loewen

All in all, I enjoyed reading The Story of Simon. It is a must-read for those who are curious about the world of femdom and BDSM. In some ways, I find this book educational. It is also engaging when you delve into the workings of the mind of the characters. It is a well-written story with a carefully-thought topic. It is engaging and it offers something new. It brings you on a journey where another lifestyle is in focus and surprisingly although pain and denial are inflicted on another human, it never goes out of line to abandon the precepts of us being humane because consent is never compromised and it is actually a matter of preference. I give this book my 4.6-star rating for being well-written, loaded yet short read, engaging, real, and not offending. 

 

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Book Title: The Story of Simon
Author: Rachel Loewen
Publication Date: October 28, 2020 
Print Length: 157 pages
My Rating: 4.6-star
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