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Panic Snap: A Novel por Laura Reese
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Panic Snap: A Novel (edição 2000)

por Laura Reese (Autor)

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The accused murderess in a sensational trial, Carly Tyler waits outside a California courtroom as a jury decides her fate: Is she the depraved Madame de Sade of the newspaper headlines or the innocent victim of one wealthy family's gothic past? Left for dead by the side of a road fifteen years earlier, she emerged from a coma with no memory and a face completely altered by the plastic surgery needed to repair her injuries. Who is she and what happened to her? The trail leads her to a magnificent vineyard and its mysterious owner, James McGuane, a man of wealth and immense sexual charisma who holds the key to her past. But to unlock it, she must risk her life on a terrifying erotic journey that tears apart a dynasty and reveals the truth about an appalling murder.… (mais)
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Título:Panic Snap: A Novel
Autores:Laura Reese (Autor)
Informação:St. Martin's Press (2000), Edition: 1st, 352 pages
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This is not for the faint of heart. It goes way beyond what would be considered civilized. ( )
  ftbooklover | Oct 12, 2021 |
This is not for the faint of heart. It goes way beyond what would be considered civilized. ( )
  ftbooklover | Oct 12, 2021 |
Het is mooi om te zien hoe spanningen stijgen alsook de spelletjes. Blijkbaar blijft het moeilijk om dit een mooi einde te geven, en blijf je bedroeft als je het boek dichtslaat. ( )
  misty13 | Oct 15, 2015 |
There was something about Panic Snap that seemed vaguely familiar. And, by "vaguely", I mean extremely familiar. Almost like I read the exact same thing before. Then I remembered, it was called Topping From Below and I finished reading it a few days ago.

It was very similar: the protagonist, a supposedly strong willed modern woman, is on a mission of revenge to find out the truth about the murder that closely affected her. In Panic Snap, it was the protagonist own attempted murder that occured 15 years prior to the story taken place. The result, besides from the coma and retrograde amnesia, was an entire new apperance where she could go and confront the gulity party incognito as it were.

Along the way, things do not go as planned and the gulity party finds out her true identity but it's okay because the gulity party will give her all the information she wants about past for absolute submission to him. Sadomaschism shenagians ensued.

It was amazing how both novels by Reese were so similar to one another. In fact, Panic Snap could have been called Topping from Below 2: Napa Valley. Seriously. Once again, it was well written and probably will make Lifetime a bunch of money one day when it becomes a Saturday night movie.

However, it was so gross! I am not just talking about the very graphic sex scenes (I will never look at the word 'jut' the same way again), I am talking about the S&M things. There were catherers and enema and breast pumps and lambs and eww! Something tells me Reese knew that both her stories were sounding a little too alike and wanted to push the envelope even more.

Just like with Topping From Below, she went way too far and maybe that is what she meant to do. With everything in life, S&M has been romanticized in recent years especially with the Shades of Grey trilogy. However, this is a very hard, unflinching, and very gross light of S&M and bondage. Sure, if you're the dominant, you have it made. But if you're submissive, kiss your rights away, it can be sold to the highest bidder. ( )
  Y2Ash | Apr 16, 2014 |
There was something about Panic Snap that seemed vaguely familiar. And, by "vaguely", I mean extremely familiar. Almost like I read the exact same thing before. Then I remembered, it was called Topping From Below and I finished reading it a few days ago.

It was very similar: the protagonist, a supposedly strong willed modern woman, is on a mission of revenge to find out the truth about the murder that closely affected her. In Panic Snap, it was the protagonist own attempted murder that occured 15 years prior to the story taken place. The result, besides from the coma and retrograde amnesia, was an entire new apperance where she could go and confront the gulity party incognito as it were.

Along the way, things do not go as planned and the gulity party finds out her true identity but it's okay because the gulity party will give her all the information she wants about past for absolute submission to him. Sadomaschism shenagians ensued.

It was amazing how both novels by Reese were so similar to one another. In fact, Panic Snap could have been called Topping from Below 2: Napa Valley. Seriously. Once again, it was well written and probably will make Lifetime a bunch of money one day when it becomes a Saturday night movie.

However, it was so gross! I am not just talking about the very graphic sex scenes (I will never look at the word 'jut' the same way again), I am talking about the S&M things. There were catherers and enema and breast pumps and lambs and eww! Something tells me Reese knew that both her stories were sounding a little too alike and wanted to push the envelope even more.

Just like with Topping From Below, she went way too far and maybe that is what she meant to do. With everything in life, S&M has been romanticized in recent years especially with the Shades of Grey trilogy. However, this is a very hard, unflinching, and very gross light of S&M and bondage. Sure, if you're the dominant, you have it made. But if you're submissive, kiss your rights away, it can be sold to the highest bidder. ( )
  Y2Ash | Apr 16, 2014 |
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The accused murderess in a sensational trial, Carly Tyler waits outside a California courtroom as a jury decides her fate: Is she the depraved Madame de Sade of the newspaper headlines or the innocent victim of one wealthy family's gothic past? Left for dead by the side of a road fifteen years earlier, she emerged from a coma with no memory and a face completely altered by the plastic surgery needed to repair her injuries. Who is she and what happened to her? The trail leads her to a magnificent vineyard and its mysterious owner, James McGuane, a man of wealth and immense sexual charisma who holds the key to her past. But to unlock it, she must risk her life on a terrifying erotic journey that tears apart a dynasty and reveals the truth about an appalling murder.

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