To the eager ears of her friend and confident, Blanche La Mare describes in deliciously graphic detail her time in London in search of fame and fortune. Abandoned by her new husband in a hotel room, cheque in hand the only parting memento, and minus a maidenhood, Blanche resolves to take her young beautiful form to the Westend's theatrical quarter.
Setting up residence above Madam Karl's dressmaker's, she is soon introduced to the singular art of advancing sexual favours to wealthy Lords in return for handsome sums of money. Amongst the hidden swinging scene of 1930's London, beneath many a wealthy suitor keen for rambunctious rutting, Blanche will gain favour with the city's elite.
Penned by notorious 'Erotica Biblion Society' author George Reginald Bacchus in 1936, this naughty example of forbidden fiction, replete with lesbian and bi-sexual couplings, paints a frolicking picture of free-spirited flapper life.
The young and handsome new Abbot of Motte-sur-Vy, Father Pineraide, is not as pure as his parishioners would believe. Leaving many a girls swooning at first meeting, our salacious man of the cloth wastes no time pursuing the lithe young women he first meets. Confessing her sins to him in his own house; that she has had impure thoughts of him while…
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