Addicted To Samantha by Patrick Richards
Jack's addiction to the beautiful Samantha runs deep, as he serves his mistress every whim, satisfying her with a masochistic drive that matches her profoundly sadistic disposition. As she artfully primes him for the grand 'wedding' where he'll become her lifetime property, he faces numerous trials to test his devotion, his love and his physical ability to withstand the awesome abuse she metes out.
While Samantha's away, her sister Marcy gets in on the fun. Dressing him like a German shepherd, she makes him live like a dog, while suffering through days of physical labor and punishment, all of which he accepts. However, when the pairs' verboten acts are discovered by a furious Samantha, the punishment that follows for their crime will put Jack's submission to the test once more.
Each new trial takes Jack deeper into his submissive cravings. But though he dearly loves his mistress, will love be enough to see Jack through his sufferings? Or will he finally reach his breaking point and lose all that he's ever wished for?
Posted by Dub Parker on 23rd Apr 2010
Addicted to Samantha by Patrick Richards
It is the continuing story of Jack and his mistress, Samantha, characters Richards previously introduced in Samantha’s Slave. In truth, Jack has three mistresses, as two of Samantha’s sisters also take an active role in his domination. Jack’s driving desire was to become the abject slave of a demanding mistress who would treat him as noting more than a piece of property; a toy for her amusement. Sometimes to his dismay, he gets exactly what he asked for. Yet, in her own way, Mistress Samantha loves Jack as much as he loves her. Their unique needs compliment each other perfectly: Jack is strongly masochistic; while Samantha can be uncompromisingly sadistic.
This story gets pretty intense in places. From forced homosexual encounters, to public humiliation, to painful whippings that skirt the edge of safety and sanity; this story is packed with scenes of Jack’s willing subjugation. There is even one castration scene that is not for the faint of heart. Ouch!
However, this is not just a series of “scenes” stuck together with no plot. The author did a great job of letting us get to know all of the characters better and in more depth than in the previous book. We watch as Jack and Samantha grow closer together emotionally. In this new novel, they progress from the more casual Mistress/slave relationship we saw in the first book to a more permanent and committed relationship. There is even a wedding of sorts, though in reality Jack finds that he is committing not to a normal marriage, but to a lifetime of legal indenture to his demanding mistress. By the story’s end, Samantha has stripped her slave of his every right and possession and he literally becomes her penniless property.
I enjoyed this story every bit as much as I enjoyed Samantha’s Slave. In fact, I went back and read both books consecutively. While it’s not necessary to have read the previous book to enjoy this one, I particularly enjoyed reading them both together.