This month’s post is about holiday stories, and what’s more festive than kinky holiday play under the tree or by the light of a Menorah? My holiday novella Matzoh and Mistletoe gives you a feel-good holiday story AND kink. For me (and I hope for YOU) that’s a win/win.
When I was doing promo for M&M, I did a character interview with Jeremy Kohler, the hero of the novella, about everyday holiday items—pervertables—you can use to add a little kink to your holiday. With a bit of editing, here it is:
Jodie: “Can you tell us what you mean by pervertable?”
Jeremy: “Taking something normal and using it for kinky play. Clothespins. I love those and sometimes use them instead of regular nipple clamps. Plus, you can put them all over your sub’s body. If you’re looking for holiday pervertables, white votive candles or white Hanukkah candles can work for wax play.
And lots of things can be used for impact play, especially around the holidays. Does your sub like to bake? There are spatulas with Christmas tree cutouts in them. They leave a really nice mark on a sub’s bottom. Wooden spoons are good too, with or without cutouts.
Do you have one of those long wooden cheese boards with a handle? Then you’ve got a paddle. That would be especially fun if you’re throwing a holiday party at your house. Before the guests arrive, give your sub a few well-placed swats. Then, during the party, every time someone takes a piece of cheese from the board — washed after use, please! — you can whisper in her ear, give her a wink, or even better, a squeeze of her tender ass.”
Jodie: “Sounds like you’ve done this before.”
Jeremy: “A few times. “
Jodie: “Any other suggestions?”
Jeremy: “It’s winter, so scarves are great for blindfolds or bondage. Wrapping presents? Tie your sub up with Christmas ribbon — but be sure to have safety scissors to get her free immediately if there are any circulation issues. You want to have fun with this, not hurt anyone. Well, not in a bad way, anyway. You can even drape garland around your sub and decorate her like a tree, or hang jingle bells from nipple clamps.”
Jodie: “What about for people who aren’t into pain at all?”
Jeremy: “The holidays are good for sensation play, too. Evergreen boughs are prickly. Pastry brushes are soft. Gloves can be soft or scratchy. And if you’re into role playing, there’s always the fur on Santa’s—”
Jodie: “No! Santa is a hard limit for me!”
If this has piqued your interest, here’s a bit about Matzoh and Mistletoe. You can also follow the link to read the full first chapter.
Every December twenty-fifth, Rebeccah Rickman volunteers through her synagogue so that others can celebrate Christmas. Her usual mitzvah, or good deed, is assisting police officer Jeremy Kohler. But this year is different: this year, Becca is free to act on the attraction that has long simmered between her and the sexy cop.
Jeremy couldn’t have asked for a better gift than discovering the woman he’s fantasized about for five long years is single. But when he learns about the violence that broke up Becca’s marriage, he’s hesitant to pursue her. He fears his desires will scare her away—but can’t deny his own need for control in the bedroom. Or his longing to instruct her in the fine art of submission…
Becca is shocked to learn that Jeremy is a sexual dominant. And despite her past, she’s also aroused. But before she can explore what that means, she’s going to have to put her trust in Jeremy—and her own fledgling desires.
Can you think of any other things that you could use as a holiday pervertable?