by Daren King

The somewhat taboo issues of sexual deviations, petty crime and blackmail explored in this book are partly censored by a child-like writing style. I was often left wondering about the narrator, Michael and his sidekick Patsy's seemingly reduced mental capacity until the end when all became clear. Love it or hate it, it stays on your mind.


Baby wants to work in the fetish industry. Edward told me this on the telephone. I do not believe this.
The cafe is called Sarahs. there is no apostrophe. The cafe does not belong to Sarah. The cafe contains Sarahs, plural.
Patsy does not want to teach Baby Girl. 'She weighs less than Owl. And Owl is light as a feather.'
Patsy is cross.
Patsy folds her arms.
'Clients will like that,' I explain. 'The smaller the dom, the more the client has to submit.'


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