NSFW Book Review: In Roan by Miss Irene Clearmont

Title: In Roan

Author: Miss Irene Clearmont

Publisher: Femdom Cave

Publication Date: March 19, 2019

Genres: Erotica

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

You are going to have to excuse me if I get a tad unprofessional in singing the praises of Miss Irene Clearmont and her latest entry in the Domains series, In Roan. I have been extraordinarily busy at the office this past month, and dealing with a few things at home, so my time to read and review has been severely curtailed, but this is a book I’ve been waiting to gush about for far too long.

For those of you new to the Domains, they are an exclusive resort for powerful women, part of a near-future female-led Utopia where they can indulge their deepest, darkest, most extreme fantasies. Pink domain is for women with a fondness for the frills of femininity and an appreciation for submissive bimbos – sissies especially. Crimson is for women with a refined instinct for punishment, a fetish environment in which they can indulge in both pain and pleasure, entirely without limits. Roan, as you may have guessed from the name, is for those women who like to hitch or saddle their stallions, geldings, and fillies for anything from a sedate carriage pull to a limit-pushing gallop.Yes, we are talking about the extremes of what some would call pony-play, but which is no game in the Domains.

As a submissive with an intense curiosity for the fetish, but no real experience, I was not sure what to expect of this. Oh, I knew it would be exquisite, I just had no real comprehension of precisely how. So, let me say, without doubt and without reservation, that I am a total fetish convert. The level of detail here in how slaves are costumed, trained, saddled, hitched, guided, ridden, and managed is exquisite. Even knowing as little as I do about horses and dressage, I came away from each scene with a clear understanding and an even clearer appreciation for just how much of an art form this is.

Now, part of what you need to understand about the Domains is that they represent the extremes of fetish, with electronic control modules that enforce a level of submission that is beyond realism or consent. The control is so exquisite, the subjects are left with only the most basic memory of being human, much less of being individuals. They feel, act, and think like the beasts they have been modified to emulate. The level of control over their sexual impulses is such that orgasms are so perfectly controlled, only achievable upon permission, and even then only in the sense of a biological release. Chastity and orgasm control at the biological level, granting the women of the Domains an exquisite degree of power over their slaves.

As if all of that fetish fuel, female supremacy, and sexual excess were not enough, there is also a deepening plot followed up In Roan. The Domains are growing, a pivotal US Presidential election is looming, global competition is increasing, and there is the matter of a traitor embedded in the Domains who is helping Barrington Rossi – Secretary of State, future Presidential candidate, and bastion of toxic masculinity – to ruin it all. How that traitor is exposed and punished is the driving force of this volume, but it is done in such a subtly beautiful way that the ending is a delightful surprise.

Once again, Dominant readers will find so much here to enjoy and appreciate, identifying with the women of the Domains, while submissive readers will thrill at the idea of being subject to such total control – even (or perhaps especially) when it is against their will. I am just going to come right out and say it, In Roan is the most exquisite, most exciting book I have read in years . . . and I cannot tell you what an orgasmic thrill it is to have a rough draft of In Silver already in my hands!

Rating: ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀ ♀

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