I love dark erotica, twisted romances, and relationships that aren't right or easily understood by people on the outside.This book has all three.You pretty much can't look up dark erotica without finding Comfort Food at the top of the recommendations, and I'm so glad I took the time to read it. As soon as I started I couldn't stop, and I don't say this lightly, but it was perfect. It was more about the mental stimulation than the sex, though there was sex. It wasn't as heavily detailed or the entire focus of the relationship, however. It was far more about the process of breaking someone, of making them something new, and Kitty Thomas managed this wonderfully.The editing was fantastic, the story was engaging, and I love the characters. This novel isn't a love story. It's a story of two people finding what they need in one another even though it isn't right or moral or understandable, and I loved it.