The Tutor (Black Lace) Mass Market Paperback – 15 Sep 1994
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on 2 April 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
This is the paperback version. I do read kindle. Portia Da Costa is back with another kinky novel. In The Tutor right from the time of Rosalind Howard getting her degree, she had always taken safe jobs. Now Rosalind at twenty-eight wanted something new. An advert took Rosalind to a job with a small amount of secretarial work in addition to library duties, and should be prepared to live in. It seems Mister Julian Hadey has plans for Rosalind, she is to be a tutor for his wife's cousin. David is extremely sheltered and uninitiated in the arts of erotic love. The pleasure of The Tutor is a kinky, erotic romance with lesson in seduction. I highly recommend the paperback book The Tutor. I think it one of Portia Da Costa best novels to date.
on 5 November 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a well written erotic fantasy about a straight-laced librarian lured into a decadent and sex filled life style by her rich employer. Not the best erotic novel i've read, but still an exhilarating and interesting read - definately not for the faint hearted.
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