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on 7 December 2006
This is an above-average example of the type of erotic novel that features spanking and other forms of M/F chastisement, in a Deep South post-Civil War setting, where the local gentry mixes with a handful of titled Englishmen. The plot is mostly elementary, constructed around a small number of characters: Lord Peter and his new wife Annabelle, two servants and a few neighbours. Annabelle starts off with wholly lesbian tendencies but is rapidly converted by her husband's amatory skills into an eager participant in escapades which involve several members of both sexes. They have a mission to improve the boring between-the-sheets lives of their neighbours, and this is the core of the book, although it is further spiced by the existence of other malign males, whose different agendas nevertheless employ similar erotic practices. It is quite well written, although awkwardly at times, with a good sprinkling of proof-reading errors, and it offers a delightful selection of the incidents for which this type of book is bought to provide.
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on 10 October 2000
Annabelle, the bisexual daughter of respectable American parents is caught in a dilemma. While enjoying the pleasure she recieves from her aristocratic English husband, she craves nothing more than the 'company of other women.' Servent girls to be more precise! Her ever willing husband helps her to satisfy her douyble demands, through Annabelles' two maids, and the story climaxes - literally - with a well worked, if bizarre, twist. A good read, best shared!
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