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Emily Vargas has been taken captive. As part of his conditioning methods, her captor refuses to speak to her, knowing how much she craves human contact. He's far too beautiful to be a monster. Combined with his lack of violence toward her, this has her walking a fine line at the edge of sanity. Told in the first person from Emily's perspective, Comfort Food is a tale of erotic surrender that explores what happens when all expectations of pleasure and pain are turned upside down, as whips become comfort and chicken soup becomes punishment.


" . . . dark, provocative, and glaringly honest . . ." H. Turley, Reader

" . . . beautifully written and exquisitely detailed . . . a brilliantly written book and I highly suggest it, if you’re up for the challenge."

" . . . the most twisted form of psychological conditioning, I've ever read . . . will stick in your brain for days after you read it." - Kathleen Gresham, Reader



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Comfort Food
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Comfort food
November 14th, 2015
Wow, just wow. Twisted and morbid, but in the end a very well written story . A very raw story. Loved it.
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Comfort Food by Kitty Thomas
September 16th, 2014
Couldn't put this one down.
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Comfort food
June 17th, 2014
I don't think I'll eat chicken noodle soup again without thinking about this book.Dark but beautifully written.
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December 2nd, 2013
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
July 22nd, 2013
Different! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this novel. It was more realistic in its approach to subjection and slavery than most other fictional books dealing with this subject. A recommended read if you are into this type of thing.
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