The Abbeyville Way

The Abbeyville Way

by Blushing Books, Tabitha Black

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BN ID: 2940148342434
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 02/16/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 648,909
File size: 802 KB

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The Abbeyville Way 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
AND SO IT BEGAN THE MARRIAGE OF MR. AND MRS. DAVID HAWKINSON I would consider this story to a darker erotica because of the overall nature of the theme of power and control…..” but an Abbeyville wife has no choice.” A young girl, raised in the nursery, sheltered from others, except other young girls, finds herself to be married to a stranger, two weeks before her eighteenth birthday. She ‘thinks’ that she will then be treated as a wife, have gowns, jewels, and a social life, but oh contraire mon cheri, you are so wrong. In Abbeyville, the men dominant, they have very strict Nannies for their wives, and punishments are meted out often and harshly, after all, it is the Abbeyville way! In truth, “I am a little girl, and my Nanny and my Papa own me and are to be obeyed at all times.” “She was already his property, and he owned every part of her gorgeous, slender body. “ “It was, like so many other aspects of Sara’s new life, humiliating, uncomfortable and awkward.” David loves Sara and may be kinder to her than some of the other Abbeyville husbands. He does care about her pleasure and her pain, and through it, all makes her very glad she is “sheltered, safe, and loved.” “You will get used to all the other Abbeyville rituals and the whole way of life. It really is all about us wives—and for our benefit. You’ll see.” The plot is not a sweet, happy, or sappy romance with domestic discipline, but instead is dark erotic horror based on archaic principles created by the Abbeyville elders that dictate to the men how they are to treat their wives. There is humiliations, exhibition, strict corporal punishment, public punishment, and power play. Wives are dresses as a six-year-old and attended to by a somewhat sadistic Nanny who dispenses her own brand of pleasure and pain, and it is more pain that anything. The story needs to be taken into context of the creativity in which it is written. No different than one would read something by Stephen King, or another author of horror, it is fiction and makes one think and react.