A somewhat lighter tale from the house of Charles Carrington, first published in Paris in 1895. Beatrice is a young woman returning home after a failed marriage. Restored to the comforts of family, she is assuaged from her grief by introduction to the delicate and sensuous arts of love-making, and, in a manner typical for 1895, to the gentle use of whips and straps.
The lessons are carried out through numerous incidents of instruction for our young heroine.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a strange book that is very slow at times and other times it moves along quite quickly. I didn't hate but I don't know if I really liked it either. Definitly had some erotic scenes and overtones.