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Stopped for speeding while on the way to her 19th birthday party, the sexy young Jessica Miller assumes she’ll get by with the usual warning. Although her glove box is filled with unpaid tickets, she’s sure that her daddy, the Mayor, will ‘take care of it,’ just as he always does. However, once the officer pulls her driving records, he abruptly orders her from the car, subStopped for speeding while on the way to her 19th birthday party, the sexy young Jessica Miller assumes she’ll get by with the usual warning. Although her glove box is filled with unpaid tickets, she’s sure that her daddy, the Mayor, will ‘take care of it,’ just as he always does. However, once the officer pulls her driving records, he abruptly orders her from the car, subjects her to a demeaning pat down, then cuffs her ankles and wrists, and shoves her into the back of his cruiser. Arrested for attempted armed robbery! Oh, but this is a huge mistake! On the way to the police station, the stunned Jessica rattles off a battery of questions, only to learn from the smooth-talking officer that she’s not been arrested at all. She’s been kidnapped! Taken to a secluded grist mill, she’ll be held until her daddy pays the ransom demands. Once in the mill her terror multiplies, as her captor begins an S&M ‘birthday celebration,’ during which she’s bound and gagged, in a ‘bobbing for apples’ style contest with a tub of water and balls, then photographed in her dire state. The photos will land in daddy’s email, proof she’s alive and in danger. The officer continues her torment with his roving hands moving adroitly over her body and rousing her sexual desires. Much to her further distress, her excited body climaxes in its prison of rope. While waiting for daddy to respond, the officer begins the ‘training’ portion of her captivity: a regime of bondage and female pony training designed to turn the terrified girl into a human pony, fitted with the appropriate harness, bridle, bit, tack and tail. “There’s always a good market for a well-trained filly,” he tells her. If daddy doesn’t want her, he’s sure some wealthy man will. In time, Jessica will learn the shocking truth about her nightmarish captivity. Until then, she’ll endure humiliating and often painful pony workouts as she learns to become both a hard-working ‘draft’ pony and a prized ‘show pony’ in a fancy costume. This steamy, SM fetish fantasy includes bondage, suspension, whipping, electric torture, hot wax, sleep deprivation, punishment, sex and much more!...

Title : The Mayor's Daughter I:Draft Pony
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ISBN : 9781935897354
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The Mayor's Daughter I:Draft Pony Reviews

  • Michael Dunellen
    2019-03-22 11:06

    Disclaimer/Shameless Plug: I got this one from the author since we are both moderators of the BDSM Group - if you aren't a member and you like this sort of book, please apply. Jessica is on the way to her birthday party. You don't know Jessica, of course, but you know the type. Wild Child. Always in some sort of trouble. A string of unpaid parking tickets not because she can't pay them but because she just can't be bothered.And then she gets pulled over and her whole life changes.This book really clarified something for me.I can read consensual stuff even where the action gets pretty intense. Not always easy but I can do it.I can read non-consensual when it is based on the person actually being punished for something they did. Even if they didn't agree to the rules.But I really don't like torture for torture's sake. And I don't like seeing someone being set up to fail. There is a lot of that in this book.And I understand that Pony Play is really interesting to some people. I don't object so much as I just don't care.I admit that at this point I have no idea where the story is going. The first time I felt good about the story was when he got angry because that meant he was capable of true emotion. I really wasn't sure until then.Jessica surprised me more than once. For all that we were told about how bad she was she seems to have a stronger core than I expected. I am definitely rooting for her but I want her to keep her emotions in check until the right time.I also found a flaw in his perfect little scheme. But that is a story for another day.So if you like your BDSM intense and non-consensual, you should probably give this a try. But watch out for the stapler.

  • Will Versuch
    2019-03-12 03:51

    I don't know whether it's appropriate for an author to write a review of his own books. I'm placing this one here anyways, mainly to give people an idea of what they can expect from the book. Hopefully, it can help you determine whether you're interested in giving it a read!So, what is this book? It is a piece of non-consensual fiction that revolves around an abduction. The prime focus of the story is on the long-term captivity, bondage, and torment of the abducted woman. The torment involves sexual torture, sleep deprivation, hard labor, corporal punishment, electrocution, and predicament bondage (and more). The story is told from the abductee's perspective and focuses on her reactions to this very different life she is thrust into.So, what isn't this book? This is not a book where the captive discovers that she secretly craves this sort of treatment. This is not a book where the captor is actually a nice guy who will win her heart. He's not "doing it for her own good" or anything like that. It was actually those sorts of themes that I most wanted to avoid when I started writing this book. Simply put, this book is my attempt at portraying a fairly realistic abduction and bondage story. It is mean, cruel, and a horrifying experience for Jessica, the captive. If that's what you're looking for, I hope that you'll enjoy the book. If it's not, then I think you will be disappointed.Sincerely,Will

  • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme
    2019-03-11 05:49

    Jessica is a wild child and apparently a bit of a disgrace for daddy, the mayor. When Jessica is pulled over for speeding, she receives the shock of her life. Instead of warning or a ticket, she's hauled in to jail due to an outstanding warrant. Or is she?Instead, Jessica is taken to a place and turned into a pony girl. Jessica is really not that bad a girl. Instead, she's a spoiled little brat who is a liability for her father. Jessica still hopes that daddy dearest will pay the ransom for her kidnapping. I kind of hope he doesn't, because I enjoyed every humiliation visited upon Jessica. This dark fantasy is AWESOME! Definitely a 3.5 star story for me. Every depraved act was hot. I loved how the kidnapper set her up for failure every single time. Jessica was also no dummy which I liked. I am happy Mr. Versuch created a character who was not a pitiful whiner. She's not someone I believe will survive the training intact, but the fun in breaking her makes it that much better for me.I have to commend Mr. Versuch's sadistic methods in training Jessica now renamed as Sierra. The sleep deprivation, bodily function controls and electrocution were well done. The waterplay was more than I really cared for, but that is because it is a hard limit for me. Still, it was well written and enhanced the cruelty.The writing is a bit choppy. I'm not sure how to explain it other than the transitions were not smooth for me. It could be that there was a bit too much telling rather than showing which made it harder for me. I never used to be that picky about writing styles. Still, the story did move at a decent trot with no extra useless tangents. Mr. Versuch wrote a tightly focused story with every little thread tied off nicely. Even the "surprise" was confirmed in a manner which closed the loop nicely. I highly recommend this story to pony play readers who want a good non con capture story. I'll be reading more of Mr. Versuch.

  • Lindea
    2019-03-18 06:53

    I've received and read this book on a request from the author with a promise that it was better written that CCFL (if you don't know what book CCFL is you don't want to know!). And it was better written. Over to my thoughts of the book:The book started out very well, it invites the reader into the story and makes the reader wonder whats going on. It opens with a police officers that pulls a car over because the person is speeding. However you know that there is something not right about the police officer (hence the title and the person driving the other car is They Mayors Daughter). I think the pace of the story is fast, but it makes it easy to read and it's not too fast for a reader to keep up with whats going on and why. You quickly understand the psychological aspect of which the abductor uses to force her to give in a little by little. It's a book about non-consent, and not consensual non-consent, so I will say that this book is not for the fainthearted. The daughter is forced into being a part of the abductors ponyplay-fantasy, and she is punished for her misbehaving. She is forced into humiliating situations and is broken continuously by her abductor who also slowly mends her into being something else. Of course she tries to rebel and she wants to get free, but she doesn't have the brains or means to do it. This book gets one thing very right: humans are a creature that constantly change to fit into the environment they live in. Of course there are some originals that never fit in anywhere, but most of us humans aren't as strong as we pretend we are. In the circumstances that the main character was put in, she rebelled until her survivor instinct kicked in. Humans got a very strong survivor instinct (if we hadn't why would we have hospitals and give humans hearts from pigs when the human heart started to fail), and it kicks in so humans can live in the most crazy environments and survive. Any human trapped like the main character was would quickly turn to clay slowly shaping into what the abductor wanted them to be, either they wanted it or not. Because this book is about non-consent so I'm not going to comment on the Dom/sub relationship that often flares up in a lot of reviews for books like this. This book is about someone being forced into being a ponygirl, as simple as that, there is a dynamic there but I think it might get clearer when she accepts her fate. The ending of the book is a little sudden, but that's how many decide to end their book when there is another one coming soon. I will be reviewing the next book in the series as well.That aside I thought this was a perfectly fine book, it's not to long, the story is fast-paced and it takes only a few hours to read it. I in particular isn't very found of ponyplay, but I can still stay that this book got a perfectly fine story with characters that develop through the story which is progressing fast. How ever I find it interesting to read books that features a non-consensual theme. (I think anyone can see from my review that I usually review fiction-books and not erotic books, but I decided to review this book like I review any other book. For those who reads reviews only to know if there's a lot of sex in it: No it's not a lot of sex in it but it got a sexual undertone to it though out the book)

  • Jo * Smut-Dickted *
    2019-03-22 04:05

    The blurb/summary is very accurate as far as content here. I liked the concept - but I tend to go for spoiled girls get their cum-up-pence plots. In particular the varying types of torture, the different ways Jessica was pushed and punished were inventive and unique. Reads sort of like a war crimes type sort of thing almost. The plot is actually very well done - the story itself reads well and is interesting in an observer sort of way -- that kind of twist gets the reader all in a knot. I believe those that like pony girl/torture type of stories will eat this one right up. I also need to note that fans of bondage, in particular, should really pick this one up -- because the bondage elements in here are absolutely 5 star. Intricate and well explained they were easy to picture (mostly..I'm not that good with spatial things but YMMV) and very much showcased here. I am going to say right now fans of erotic romance might want to pass this by - it is not a romance at all and if you are looking for HEA or HFN you won't find that here. I think where it lost me a bit is that the torture just is unrelenting. It goes on and on and on and on - and at some point I was just ready to be done with it. I really needed to know if there was anything to look forward too - because it was very easy to just imagine, within a few days, Jessica would just die. The end. That made her very distant from me - and he was so practical and matter of fact the balance didn't feel like it was there. She was solely fighting him - not her body's responses - or that is how her emotions came across for me. There was very little to her other than she would be stuck in this situation for life and it was bleak and, frankly, awful and not something I found truly enjoyable. I think I've realized that, for the most part, I enjoy that dual conflict - where the captive fights against the captor and against him/herself as well. I also thought that the severity of the torture was really far beyond what would likely be bearable - without some impact. That is never really addressed - although at one point he massaged her a bit. I know it's fiction but unless I'm really invested in the character I cannot go to escape land in my mind which lets the fantasy outweigh what the books reality is showing. Sure she's a healthy young woman - but with all that torture her body would have had to display some real trouble signs. Electrocution, impact play, water sports, sleep and food deprivation -- I just felt there really was a point she would not go on. The key to my enjoyment of this sort of thing (that sounds, btw, so completely whacked to say!) is understanding or believing that there is something around the corner - an anticipation of change, shift, movement and this is not always good. Anticipation of death to end torture is, sometimes, as satisfying an end as the person turning to Stockholm type Syndrome. I did not feel that here at all, that anticipation, until I was about 80% in - when it did grab me it was so tenuous that I didn't sense it and it was a little too late to enjoy it. I would like to read the next one to see if that delivers on what became apparent very late in the game here.

  • Julianne
    2019-03-20 11:03

    I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I rated it 4.5 out of 5 stars.Reviewed for TwoLips Reviews LLC4 1/2 kisses, 3 peppers M/F sexual torture, sleep deprivation, hard labor, corporal punishment, electrocution, predicament bondage, strict pony training, rape. Not for the faint of heart!!On Jessica Miller's nineteenth birthday, she's on her way to her "surprise" party.Unfortunately, she never makes it. She's pulled over for speeding, then the cop tells her she's also wanted for an attempted robbery. Screaming that it's all a big mistake as she is cuffed and dragged to the officer's car, she learns later that she's not really being arrested, she's being kidnapped.Her kidnapper takes her to an old mill where he tells her it's up to her when she gets released. He wants her to make her father, the mayor, realize this is not one of her jokes, but that her life is truly in danger. She's being held for ransom and she is filmed during several events which convey she's truly in the hands of a sadistic man.While waiting for the ransom money to arrive, Jessica's captor starts her female pony training, a regimen of strict bondage and hard labor designed to change her from a draft pony to a show pony. She's told that if her father decides not to pay the ransom, there is a good market for a well trained pony and some man will want her.First, I want to say that Draft Pony isn't for the faint of heart. This is not a love story with a HEA or a HFN ending.The Mayor's Daughter by Will Versuch is a compelling, gut wrenching, very descriptive book about a spoiled lady who is kidnapped and tortured. Jessica is a bit on the wild side, and knows her father, the mayor, will bail her out of any situation. I didn't really get to see a lot of Jessica's personality, other than her determination to survive the situation long enough to be rescued. She did things I know I'd never be capable of doing. She was very strong in that respect. I would have given up the first day.The officer doesn't have a name, other than ‘bastard,’ for that's what he is. He's mean, sadistic, and uncaring towards Jessica. She's just property to him to be trained. The training is described with great detail and I could almost feel like I was feeling what Jessica was. Mr. Versuch has a very vivid imagination and has a flair for drama that keeps the reader turning the pages. I kept reading not because I liked what was happening to Jessica, but because I needed to know that there was a chance she could escape and her captor would get caught. I truly wanted him to have to go through what he was doing to Jessica. All that torture, punishment, hard labor, humiliation, and for him to feel used sexually. This book made me have dreams about it, which no other book has done; it had me very anxious to get back to reading it. I couldn't stop thinking about the story. I'll be reading book two, Stablemate, very soon.

  • A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)
    2019-03-21 10:10

    *Book source ~ Many thanks to Pink Flamingo for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.Jessica Miller is a spoiled rich girl whose father is the mayor of her town. On her 19th birthday while on the way to her party she gets pulled over for yet another speeding violation and she thinks she might be able to get out of it with a warning. However, the officer says she’s got an outstanding warrant and she needs to go to the station to get it straightened out. Except there is no warrant and Jessica is about to enter a whole new world. One that is cruel and sadistic with no hope for escape. If she survives, this will be a birthday she’ll never forget.Woah. I have to say that animal roleplay or petplay isn't something that lights my fire. However, I was curious and had heard this story was pretty good, so I was game to give it a go. Sweet Baby Jane! This is not a cutesy light and fluffy BDSM story. This is a non-con abduction and forced BDSM book. Jessica, newly christened Sierra, is forced to be a ponygirl. This is not something she ever even thought about in her wildest dreams. She is not secretly craving to be a submissive and she does not fall in love with the cruel and sadistic Officer. This story is brutal to read.I like Jessica despite the fact she starts out a bit spoiled. She has guts aplenty. And she’s smart. She’s constantly trying to think of ways to get the fuck out of there or ways she might be able to manipulate her captor. None of it works, but at least she’s trying. The story is well-written and the things the Officer does to Jessica are so finely detailed I had no problem picturing them in my head. Which was enough to give me nightmares, thankyouverymuch. I may have learned more than I ever needed to know about ponyplay, but at least it was an inventive and very interesting learning experience.

  • toofondofbooks
    2019-02-27 03:56

    So I had another cherry popped (and I didn't think there were many left!). But this one is especially worth mentioning since Pony Play was one of my Hard Limits up until the time I hesitantly opened this book. It's good to know that I still have some limits to push that won't have me hitting 'delete' on my Nook. This one was hard to give a rating to. I went back and forth between 4 and 5 stars. On a purely story line level, this book is a 5 for me, but there were a few spelling/grammar errors that pulled me out of the story a bit. Not many, but enough that I noticed it more than once. This is one of those rare books that had me cringing in sympathy pain while at the same time grabbing for a dry pair of panties. I kept asking myself WHY? Why does this crazy, kinky, stuff turn me on??? There is no way I would ever want this to happen to me, but watching someone else go through it was hot as hell. It has all of my favorite 'tions': Degradation, Dehumanization, and Humiliation. It starts with Jessica, the Mayor's daughter being pulled over for speeding. When the cop comes back to her car after taking her license and registration, he explains that she has a warrant out for her arrest. She knows there must be a mistake, but assumes it will all be taken care of quickly and she will be out of custody in time to enjoy her 19th birthday party. What she gets instead is the dirty cop kidnapping her and a birthday party she'll never forget. And so begins her spiral into becoming the perfect pony girl. This book is not for the faint of heart, or for those who enjoy consensual M/s stories with a light spanking for bad little girls. This is a dark and depraved story that left me thirsting for more.

  • Erzabet Bishop
    2019-03-22 07:53

    When Jessica gets pulled over, she has no way of knowing the cop behind the wheel is not your average man in blue. He is a sadist bent on making her his prize show pony. Raw and visceral, this story is full of terrifying imagery of being taken, held captive and subjected to sexual torture. To bring Jessica to heel, creative methods of pony play and extreme elements persuade her to work toward becoming a show pony. Her motivation increases when she finds that her father may have had a part in her disappearance. Angry and wanting to find a way to survive, she will do anything to avoid being killed. Even if it means forgetting to be human and embracing her equine fate.This book is as much disturbing as it is fascinating. The dark erotic context of subjecting someone to your will and making them become a pony was extremely gut clenching. In a way, Jessica is learning to be more human as she is faced with the reality that her life was a lie, her father wanted her dead and now this man who is holding her captive and torturing her body may be her only way out.There are some triggers in this book that bear mentioning. This is dark erotica. Non-consensual situations abound, including rape, electrical torture, horse, gags, bondage, anal play and more. The beginning of a series, I found myself flipping page after page to see what new torture the officer was going to inflict on Jessica, now known as Sierra. Would she make it past the draft pony stage into show pony life? What other devious things does he have up his sleeves? If you like tales of pony play with a darker edge, then this series is for you.4/5 I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  • Amy
    2019-03-16 09:12

    Edited ReviewOkay, I am coming back to this review as I feel as if I have more to say. I am giving now rating it 4 stars over my original 3.5, because this book still has me thinking, even a week after I've completed it. That's almost unheard of for me. I usually complete a book, write a review, and promptly forget about said book. If asked to give a plot summary, my usual answer would be "that's so two books ago". However, this is not the case with Versuch's gruesome telling of a girl kidnapped from the world she knows and forced into service for her captor. I wasn't sure what to think of this book when I first saw this cover. Pony play? Not my kink, but I'll give it a try. This book did not disappoint. I really loved the author's ability to put me in the story, suffering along with Jessica. The use of the psychological torment added to the authenticity of the book and allowed the reader to empathize with Jessica and her predicament. This book had me cringing in all the right places! Overall 4 stars for keeping me on the edge of my seat, even when I wanted to run away

  • jac
    2019-03-09 10:13

    I have just finished The Mayor's Daughter and still reflecting on it. I haven't read lots of pure non-con but I appreciated the fact that the author didn't sugar coat it or have an unrealistic victim who was all of a sudden okay with what was happening to her. This was graphic, brutal in parts, and unflinching.The details of the physical and psychological techniques used to break down Jessica, gave the story a tension and pace that made it a really good read. As a reader, I felt for her, and was right there with her at every test she was likely to fail and saddened by the emotional betrayals. This was Part One and I am left feeling like Jessica, hanging on the edge, not sure what is coming, but unable to avoid taking that next faltering step to find out...

  • Pet{Masochistic Pup}
    2019-03-12 04:05

    This book was as amazing as I thought it would be. It pressed into a very very tabboo area that not many people understand.I loved the book so much, it was twisted and erotic. The way Will managed to express Jessica's thoughts and what seemed to be going through her captors head is awsome. I never thought that her father had something to do with her kidnapping, but I guess he just expected her to get killed not turned into a pony. I have never ventured into this kind of BDSM but honestly it does seem incredibly appealing. I want to thank Will for writing this book and giving me the opportunity to read it. If tehre is anyone out there who is interested in kidnapping, torture, and BDSM I honestly recommend this book to them. I honestly cannot wait to start reading the second book.

  • Karen
    2019-03-23 09:01

    Wow,,,I must say that my attention was grabbed from the first pages of this novel. Shocking, intriguing, graphic and mind blowing are a few words that come to mind. Other books that I've recently read on this subject are a "walk in the park" in comparison. Will Versuch has done an excellent job writing a novel that looks at the unwilling side of control and bondage. Although shocked by its content, I couldn't stop reading. I would highly recommend this book to all my non-prudish friends. Well written. I truly enjoyed it from start to finish. I'm anxious to start reading The Mayor's Daughter II: Stablemate.

  • Annabelle
    2019-03-16 06:58

    This is well written for what it is...kidnap, torture, slave. Although I've only read this, the first book, I seriously doubt there will be a happy ending in the third book. I'm not sure I'll continue reading the series at this point. I read the entire book because I could not look away. There was a lot of eye-popping and cringing involved. I'm just not sure that this is quite my cup of tea.

  • Marie
    2019-02-27 05:54

    The author graciously gave me a copy of the ebook: The Mayor's Daughter I: Draft Pony. It is an interesting book. Not for the faint of heart as one of the main themes is torture in role playing. Curious to see how the story plays out in the next book. Will Jessica ever be freed from her role and find out the truth?

  • Brittany
    2019-03-25 03:58

    A very strange book that is definitely not for everyone. I liked it and plan on reading the next one but if you're faint of heart don't read this book. It had a real story line and you feel for the main character but a lot of it is about the torture.