Book Reviews of Panic Snap

Panic Snap
Panic Snap
Author: Laura Reese
ISBN-13: 9780312272753
ISBN-10: 0312272758
Publication Date: 2/16/2001
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 7
Wow. This is kinkier than I can handle. Enemas, nursing a lamb, and sex, all mixed together is just beyond me, but to each their own. I learned my lesson about skimming books. You might just read more than you wished for. Glad I only paid .88 cents for it at Goodwill, time to pass it on to somebody who might appreciate it.
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Helpful Score: 5
Panic Snap is a reference to a piece of equipment used in BDSM. In this erotic mystery a young woman awakens from a terrible accident with amnesia. While searching for her past, she gets involved in a kinky relationship with man whom she thinks has the answers to her identity questions. An extremely explicit novel, not for the faint-hearted.
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Helpful Score: 3
This author crosses the boundry between pleasure and pain with a story of extreme sexual obsession and one family's terrible secret.This is a wickedly raunchy tale of sexual obsession and sadomasochism inside a taut,suspensful thriller.
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Helpful Score: 2
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From Publishers Weekly
Blurring the line between pleasure and pain, Reese (Topping from Below) wraps a wickedly raunchy tale of sexual obsession and sadomasochism inside a taut, suspenseful thriller. Transfigured by extensive plastic surgery and hampered by full amnesia, Carly Tyler, 32, has been pursuing her past ever since she was beaten and left for dead on a California roadside 15 years ago. When a magazine photo of one James McGuane provides Carly with a spark of recognition, she decides to get a job at Byblos, the Napa Valley vineyard run by James's family, in an attempt to find clues about her previous life. There, she meets a man so charged with carnal energy that she is immediately and perilously drawn to him. Carly and James's dominant/submissive sexual relationship involves whips and bondage, psychological torture and devotion, all presented by the author at a pace guaranteed to steam up the windows. The nefarious James is quick to figure out who Carly is (or was). He promises to explain a connection between her and his dead wife if she continues to appease him, and he strings Carly along for months while his jealous twin sister, Gina, does nearly everything possible to get rid of her. As memories trickle back, the three characters veer toward a deadly climax that leaves one of them on trial for murder. Reese's workaday prose is burdened by repetitive character descriptions, but her prowess in mixing erotica and mystery creates frissons of excitement
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Helpful Score: 2
By the author of Topping from Below, this novel tells the story of Carly, a young woman who has been the victim of terrible violence and amnesia. After recovering from her physical injuries, she begins to search for her true identity -- and the identity of the person responsible. The closer she gets to the answers, the more involved she becomes to the man who may have originally victimized her. Like Topping from Below, this novel of erotic suspense is explicit and compelling in its descriptions of sexual power exchange.
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Helpful Score: 2
Very erotic book. Only for adults with same flavors for life.
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Was a very good book. It keeps you turning the pages to find out what happens next.
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Although this book kept my attention, it left a few unanswered questions in the end.
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Please note-this book is very sexually explicit. In my opinion, really over the op.