NSFW Book Review: In Pink by Miss Irene Clearmont






Title: In Pink





Author: Miss Irene Clearmont





Publisher: Femdom Cave





Publication Date: Aug. 22, 2019





Genres: Erotica





Shelves: Female-authored, Female-fronted, Female-dominant, transgender





It's rare that a book leaves me completely speechless, but In Pink was so absolutely breathtaking that I find myself struggling to capture its erotic elegance . . . and I fear my simple comments can never do it justice. For those of you who are not yet familiar with Miss Irene Clearmont, she is the undisputed Queen of "the most deviously extreme and literate female-domination fiction." When you read her stories, you live them . . . you love them . . . and you submit to them.





In Pink is the first in her new Domains series, which introduces us to the creation of a near-future female-led Utopia. The Domains themselves are an exclusive resort for powerful women, themed areas where they can indulge their deepest, darkest, most extreme fantasies. The Pink domain is for those who have a fondness for the frills of femininity, and an appreciation for submissive bimbos, both cisgender and transgender. It is here that the story takes us, allowing us to vicariously experience the thrill of total control and absolute domination.





The total control comes courtesy of the shadowy organization behind the Domains, which has developed the technology to transform and control the men and women chosen to be slaves. These newly augmented creatures of lust and submission are the perfect submissives, conditioned to fit a personality type, and permanently silenced, allowed only their tears and a momentary hesitation to suggest any reluctance to obey. With just the touch of a button on their bracelets, guests of the Domains can summon, punish, pleasure, or even incapacitate their slaves.





The absolute domination comes courtesy of Alexa, and it is in her that the story excels, and Miss Irene Clearmont's talent shines brightest. Alexa is a lawyer, a woman of power who has been continually frustrated by her boyfriend's overuse of his safeword. Her vacation In Pink allows her to do away with safewords, to rise above even the hint of resistance, and to find the true dominatrix within. There is a wonderful character arc here for Alexa, allowing us to enjoy and appreciate her development, and to thrill in the realization of her power. The Domains may have presented her with slaves to control, but it is her whims, her passions, and her personality that ensure erotic domination.





In terms of fetishes, In Pink has so much to offer, but it is the appreciation for skin-tight shiny latex that defines Alexa, and the allure of female dominance and feminized submission that defines the Domains. The scenes of bondage and domination are exquisite, but what probably appealed most to me was the culture of the Domains, a place where women can connect and network among themselves, with leashed submissives at their heels or at their feet, as if it were the most natural thing in the world.





In Pink is so much more than all I have discussed, however. It is also a story about femininity, about the workings of power, and about the ways in which women can change the world. There is a much larger story beneath the surface of the Domains, and we are given just enough of a taste to be truly excited by how things will develop throughout the series. Dominant readers will find so much here to enjoy and appreciate, identifying with Alexa's journey, while submissive readers will thrill at the idea of being subject to such total control. It really is a magnificent book.





Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀


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