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    Comfort food

    I don't think I'll eat chicken noodle soup again without thinking about this book.Dark but beautifully written.
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    A Great Introduction to Kitty

    Comfort Food is one of my all-time favorite books. It follows the theme of Kitty 's other books that I have read, ownership of a human. A while back I reread it and decided to share about it's greatness. First off, I have always loved psychology, my major. Comfort Food is chalked full of behaviorism. The writing style totally draws you in. Emily speaks directly to you, telling you about everything. You are reading a personal, sexy, dark science experiment. The story begins with Emily waking up after having been abducted and imprisoned. Master, we never learn his name, is one of my top book boyfriends ever. He is always so in control and put together. Nothing rattles him or causes him to deviate from his plans. He's gorgeous, intelligent, rich, sexy, patient, determined, focused and leaning toward psychotic. Steadfast in getting his desires met, he wants to own her and everything about her by her choice. He never forces her to do anything, but lays the options in such a way that she wants to please him. Comfort Food takes us threw the process step by step of modifying Emily's beliefs, desires and thoughts about her life and the world. I cannot explain how interesting this truly is. You must read it for yourself.
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    Thought provoking

    This is more than a bdsm erotica novel. It's about free will and the psychology of submission. It's a challenging but important read.
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    What a fantastic read. Stockholm syndrome is something most people will never have to experience but through the writing in this book it makes you realize just how someone could love a monster. Great read. Couldn't put it down.
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    Comfort food

    This was awesome! Couldn't bring my self to put my tablet down!! I wish it was longer! Any other books like this on here???
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