Review ~ The Claiming of Sabrina by Bella Swann

Title: The Claiming of Sabrina

Series: Submissive Mermaids of Avalon in Erotic Captivity, Book 1

Author: Bella Swann

Genre: Paranormal erotica, Monster erotica

Pages: 46

Heat level: 4 out of 4 flames

Overall rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch: Connie Cliff

 

This is a darkly erotic story of the Claiming of Sabrina, a curious and submissive adult mermaid who ventures too closely to the Kingdom of Man and is taken prisoner. She encounters many alpha males all too willing to take control of her sweet little body and force her to submit to waves of unending sexual pleasure intertwined at times with pain. This is a work of fiction meant for those over the age of consent and contains elements of dubious consent, dominant male, submissive female, medical play, and paranormal encounters.

 

Review

 

I cannot get me enough of Bella Swann’s magical stories. I’ve read several of them so far, and she hasn’t stopped to amaze me. So when I got a request to review this one, I knew I was going to have a good time. I had a nice dinner, couple of glasses of wine, then I settled in my favorite chair, while my partner did the dishes (I hate doing dishes, it stifles my creativity).

The Claiming of Sabrina is the most audacious book by Bella I’ve read thus far. Within the first page or so, I was thrown in, head first (and underwater, obviously), into this scorching sex scene between the mermaid and her two buddies. Who just happen to be dolphins. Holy mother fuck! (Mindy, we’re allowed to swear on this blog, right?)

My eyes kept getting bigger and bigger as I kept reading. Bella’s imagination seems to have no limit – which is great, for I would’ve never thought to turn my brain to think that way, not in a million years. Sabrina was having some seriously rough play with the dolphins, in a scene that just about took my breath away. Monster erotica had a whole new meaning for me now. My “tail slit” was on fire. There is some crazy nipple torture thrown in, appropriately done with seaweed, and I found myself checking my own nipples to make sure there was enough circulation going to them. Turned out, both Sabrina and I had seriously needy nipples. Dishes be damned, I had to take a break.

(x-rated scene omitted from the review).

And I’m back.

Then Sabrina is captured by some devious scuba divers, who kidnap her and take her above water. After that, a crazy kinky doctor takes charge. I don’t want to re-tell the plot of the story any more than I already have, but the rest of it continues in the same vein of rough sex, submission, some more crazy-ass nipple torture, medical play, and … the most taboo … sleep sex. Holymotherfuckingmotherfuck.

This was the ultimate read in dubcon monster erotica. Trust. Note to self: next time I pick up one of Bella’s “fairy tales,” I need to do it when my partner is at home, not away on a business trip. There are some inevitable side effects to reading Bella, and those need to be quelled, like pronto.

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About The Author

 

Bella Swann is a lover of erotica in all forms: art, film, and literature. She uses her sexual fantasies throughout the day to bring pleasure to her mind so that by the end of the day (or if she can slip in a nooner), she is in the perfect physical and mental state to have hot, passionate sex with her partner or if she is home alone, then she will have passionate sex with just herself. She believes that there are only two driving passions in one’s life: food and sex. Since she is not an inspired chef but really loves having sex, when it came time to decide what to write about, the choice of sex over food was an easy one. Bella wants to write about sex in a way that will appeal to both male and female readers so she writes very explicit sex stories with BDSM and forced/dubious consent, but not with the extreme level of violence that she finds uncomfortable to read in some erotic works. Her erotica is perfect for couples to enjoy reading together before acting out her scenes and bringing a little bit of extra spice to their sex lives. As for those who prefer solitude for their pleasures, it is her hope that her work will bring them great sexual pleasure as well. After all, different strokes for different folks is always a good motto to live by. Please enjoy the explicit sexual fantasies within her books. She hopes you enjoy reading them as much as she enjoyed writing them for you.

Bella’s website: http://iloveerotica.com/bellaswannerotica/

Follow Bella on Twitter: @BellaSwannBooks

 

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5 thoughts on “Review ~ The Claiming of Sabrina by Bella Swann

  1. Thanks for the wonderful review, Connie! I am so happy that you enjoyed it. Trust me, I feel the urge to seek out a partner after reading your books as well. XOXO, Bella

  2. Hahaha! Holy SHIT Connie. Fantastic review! Oh, I gotta get my hands on this and like you, I’ll make sure hubs is around for the… ummm… AHEM… break that I’ll need before I can finish it. First… I love Monster Erotica! Second, I love dubious consent and third… I FUCKING LOOOOOVVVVEEEE MONSTER KINK!!!

  3. Pauline

    Where do you find these freakin’ awesome books???!!!! Love the sound of this one!!

    • I know right!? She does find some amazing books. I would recommend following her on Twitter and see what she posts there. Ive been itching to get my hands on some Bella Swann books too. 🙂

  4. Connie Cliff

    I found Bella on twitter! She tweets brief excerpts from her books, and I was intrigued, so I had to get one. The next books of hers that I will be reviewing is called The Claiming of Eve. The excerpt on twitter was insane, I’ll have to find it and quote it. When I saw that, I was like, good god, I have to read that!

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