2. Captive Fantasy (2012)
Author: Ann Mayburn
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Promotional synopsis: "Mary has always had a fantasy about a dangerous escaped prisoner kidnapping her and forcing her to sate his brutal, pent-up desires. When she receives an invitation from the IWSS to live that fantasy out in one of their research facilities she jumps at the chance. Now she just has to convince her gentle giant of a husband to take control and make her his willing love slave."
OK, so this book isn't actually about having sex with a prisoner, that would be entirely too plausible. The plot is that the Institute of Women's Sexual Satisfaction (IWSS) has given Mary and her husband the chance to live in their "research facility," where they will simulate conducting an affair wherein he portrays a dangerous prisoner.
Now, we don't want to get political here, but we feel like there might be a better allocation of government funds for scientific research than the IWSS, but then again, perhaps if an Institute of Men's Sexual Satisfaction were created alongside, we would be singing a different tune.