Adult review for taboo erotic content.How do I describe this book without making it sound like run-of-the-mill erotica fare? There's only one way I can think of - if you're looking for a steamy, turn-you-on book, look somewhere else. Yes, there is explicit sexual content, but the sex is merely used as a tool to emphasize the power that "master" has over "servant."Comfort Food takes us inside the life of a woman who has fallen victim to Stockholm Syndrome, but in this particular case, she chose her prison of dependency rather than being forced to live in a prison of solitude.Considering this book is a work of fiction, it sometimes reads like a non-fiction, almost as if we're witnessing the personal account of a woman as she descends into her own personal hell and decides that she would rather have hell than heaven.There is nothing "easy" about reading this book. I would warn anyone who has lived through any sort of abuse, especially the kind sexual in nature, to stay far, far away.If delving deeper into the human mind and seeing what happens to people when they are pushed to their breaking point is something that would interest you, then I would highly recommend this book.