Cassandra's Conflict [NOOK Book]

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The erotic novel that took the nation by storm

Behind a façade of cultured respectability lies a world of decadent indulgence and dark eroticism. Cassandra's sheltered life is transformed when she gets employed as governess to the Baron's children in a grand house in Hampstead. He draws her into games where lust can feed on the erotic charge of submission. Games where only he...

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Cassandra's Conflict

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Overview

The erotic novel that took the nation by storm

Behind a façade of cultured respectability lies a world of decadent indulgence and dark eroticism. Cassandra's sheltered life is transformed when she gets employed as governess to the Baron's children in a grand house in Hampstead. He draws her into games where lust can feed on the erotic charge of submission. Games where only he knows the rules and where unusual pleasures can flourish.



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780753515907
  • Publisher: Ebury Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/4/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 381,813
  • File size: 328 KB

Meet the Author

Fredrica Alleyn is the pseudonym of an author who also writes crime and horror fiction. She lives in Lincoln.

She is the author of Cassandra's Chateau, Cassandra's Conflict, Dark Obsession, Deborah's Discovery, Dramatic Affairs, Fiona's Fate and The Gallery, also available from Black Lace.



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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    This is a fascinating erotic character study

    In London, her husband Paul Williams tells Cassandra she is frigid that it her fault he is leaving her for Louise. When she says she has no prospects having never held a job, he coldly tells her not to sell her body as she will starve to death.------------ Not long afterward, Cassandra applies for a job as a governess to two small girls four years old Helena and two years old Christina, daughters of Austrian widower Baron von Ritter. However, as he offers her the position and she accepts, Cassandra is unaware that the previous governess Abigail was fired because she failed at the sex games, he and his mistress Katya play with the staff. She and her two little charges bond so when they are sent to Austria to visit their family, they are upset as they do not want to leave their governess behind. Although she misses the children whom got into her heart, Cassandra has little time to dwell on her feelings for her preschool companions as the Baron seduces her into joining the sexual games. Although she does not understand the rules, Cassandra has promised the two little girls she will be there for them when they return. She is the first governess with a non-selfish reason to win the sexual contests even as she does not grasp the rules that the Baron and his mistress keep changing.-------------- This is a fascinating erotic character study that looks deep into the soul of the triangle formed when Cassandra replaces Abigail as companion to the girls. The Baron realizes the newcomer is different as Cassandra does not hide her warm motherly affection for the young girls Katya sees her as another disposable servant for them to abuse. Fans will enjoy Fredrica Alleyn¿s intriguing heated contemporary while wondering whether Cassandra will triumph especially since she holds a non-sexual ace in the hole.------- Harriet Klausner

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