TICKLING DAPHNE H., by Veronica Frances, Blue Note Publications, 458 pp., $17.95 (Kindle 3.99).
Tickling Daphne H. follows the ticklish journeys of Daphne, Dave, Carol and Harold, exploring how tickling deeply affects the lives of these four people.
The story deals with the many different faces of tickling; the addictive and torturous, the pleasurable and erotic and the humorous and romantic.
This is the very unusual love story of Daphne and Dave, two people facing their tickle-demons together. It is primarily the journey of Daphne, a 21-year-old very ticklish woman. Daphne finds herself in a world where every important person in her life has a tickling fetish, including her boyfriend Dave. She finds herself constantly surrounded by feathers and wiggling fingers, unable to escape the taunting sounds of her own laughter. She is also unable to escape her own mixed-up feelings about tickling.
As Daphne’s relationship with Dave grows, she must learn to face her fears and deeper feelings about tickling, for the sake of their relationship and herself.
She just lay there, as his flickering tongue and zealous lips reminded her moment after moment that she was indeed his woman. She felt like a woman and felt as though she was right where she belonged. She was spread, devoured and tickled, as she was feasted upon.
She really couldn’t move at that point. She was submissive and her man was in charge of her vagina and her entire body. When he decided she was going to moan, he made her moan. When he decided she was going to laugh and giggle helplessly, then he made her do just that.
He was gentle, but very clear about the fact that he wanted to tickle her, as he dined on her and had her for breakfast. She was an amazing and very ticklish woman, with her arms stretched high over her head and her legs completely spread. He was her man and he was teaching her about the fine art of being a woman and that it was okay to let go and surrender to him, body, heart and soul.
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