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5.0 out of 5 stars Cultured, elegant...and filthy, 11 Mar 2003
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In complete contrast to the author's previous work ("Thorsday Night", "Eternal Bondage") this is a gothic romance. Although the era and location are uncertain they somewhat resemble Europe in, say the early 19th. century.
The heroine, Isabella, is a naive young orphan who lands a job as tutor to the spoiled Lady Wulvedon and her eccentric brother, who live in a remote mansion and keep their employee locked in her room whenever her services are not required. All seems to run smoothly until the aristocratic siblings become rivals for Isabella's affections.
This is a nicely structured story, well written (the prose is somewhat flowery but this suits the setting rather well), and more emotionally satisfying than is common in this genre. For me there is a flavour of "The Story of O" here, although the story is completely original. The sex scenes are well spaced but invariably kinky and enhance rather than interrupt the flow of the story.
A very personal epilogue reflects on the author's view of dominant/submissive relationships.
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