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The Temptations of Cremorne Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1993
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Unlike other erotic fiction, there is no real plot or story-line, these books being essentially a series of sexual encounters between the members of this group, sometimes involving outside parties. Also, being based on diary entries; while there may be some embellishments, we have to assume that these encounters are accounts of actual events that took place.
I find these books interesting because they lift the lid (skirts?) on some of what went on in an age of supposed prudery. Victoria is always associated with chaste, moralistic times yet one of the most famous Cremornites was the then Prince of Wales, later Edward VII.
Being excerpts from peoples intimate diaries, they will undoubtedly appeal to the readers voyeurisitic tendencies (we all have them) and to those who like erotica without necessarily being burdened with too much of a story line in between.
I have given this book 3 out of 5 as this type of book is very difficult to grade, because there are several authors involved and the original text was presumably never meant for publication.
Like all good things that must come to an end the town council closed the park and the Cremornites had to go underground ....
Underground they hid and this book details the exploits of the Cremornites. Page for page it has more sex and fun than ANY other book that I have ever read ... How the author managed to maintain my interest is incredible .... And of course thats the fun in eroticism isn't it .... So of the 237 pages in the book I would say that 220 are pure, well you know what ..... Fabulous ....