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Magaluf style antics in the bowels of Paris
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2016
I laboured to get through this book because of the poor writing and editing. In my opinion the book could have been cut down by 75%. The content is (as the author says) not for the faint hearted but it doesn't have the same appeal as The Story of O or the writings of the Marquis de Sade or the film Belle de Jour. I felt badly in need of a soak in a bath laced with Jeyes Fluid after reading this book along with a strong shot of antibiotics.
Most of the sex in the book is unprotected with the author swallowing vast quantities of cum from different men interspersed with copious amounts of Jack Daniels. Throughout the book she also buoys herself up with plenty of amyl nitrite and goodness knows what else. There was one disturbing part where the author is washed, shaven, blindfolded and led to a room with two way mirrors where she has to be used and abused by a large number of army officers. These were introduced to her as part of a ritual organised by an elderly aristocrat called Yves who she met at a Paris sex club. He viewed the session with the officers through the two-way mirror. He and another aristocrat were fascinated at her prowess as a "femme fontaine" but the "fontaine" part got more watersports like as the book progressed.
There was very little overt BDSM in the book but the author's relationship with Yves is very like that of a sub and Dom where Yves takes the role of a Dom who puts the author through increasingly demanding and degrading sexual adventures. This could have been interesting if the book were better written.
The content of good erotica is challenging but not vulgar, for example The Story of O. If you go beyond the poor writing and editing the content of this book is somewhat challenging but incredibly vulgar. If you like that sort of thing the author has written a sequel.