The Price of Hannah Blake

The Price of Hannah Blake THE PRICE OF HANNAH BLAKE is in the tantalizing tradition of the Victorian underground erotic novel but with the pace and suspense of a contemporary thriller as Hannah Blake fights for survival in V

  • Title: The Price of Hannah Blake
  • Author: Walter Donway
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: ebook
  • THE PRICE OF HANNAH BLAKE is in the tantalizing tradition of the Victorian underground erotic novel, but with the pace and suspense of a contemporary thriller, as Hannah Blake fights for survival in Victorian England s bizarre Duke s Troupe of dancers and actors.You fall in love with Hannah s beauty, her courage in the face of unimaginable abuse, and her determination toTHE PRICE OF HANNAH BLAKE is in the tantalizing tradition of the Victorian underground erotic novel, but with the pace and suspense of a contemporary thriller, as Hannah Blake fights for survival in Victorian England s bizarre Duke s Troupe of dancers and actors.You fall in love with Hannah s beauty, her courage in the face of unimaginable abuse, and her determination to assert her own awakening passion and love in the duke s prison of luxury and license.You are swept along as the unspoiled farm girl from Devon is torn from her family, stripped and appraised by her ruthless instructors, forcibly initiated into the cruel erotic games of the young men and women of the troupe and fights to survive and preserve her deepest values It is romantic suspense that seizes you and draws you forward ever faster as Hannah falls in love with the man who will risk everything to save her from enslavement to the duke and his consorts a fate no one ever has escaped.Here is a bitter and beautiful recreation of the Age of Victoria, a period that has become synonymous with modesty and sexual repression, but which concealed a frenzy of secret lust, twisted sexuality, and cruelty.

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    1. I give this book four stars because it was more intelligent with better heroes than I normally find in trashy romance novels. That being said. it may actually deserve 2 stars.-The author obviously spent a lot more time on the first half than the second half due to some pretty blatant typos in the second half. (Still I appreciate that they are obvious typos rather than simply not knowing grammar or good writing at all like Twilight so, I'm not knocking the book for that, but I do wish the author [...]

    2. History needs to tell the good and the badThe Duke takes who and what he wants, no matter the consequence to others.This is a very well written story that probably did happen with no written confirmation.It breaks their heart and hurts their soul.How they learn to live this way is proof of the human strength and ability to adjust to any given circumstance.That they even consider the day when they are free is not something they can share or even hint at.God bless them all.

    3. The story is fantastic and so many concepts are covered in few pages. The erotica genre was well chosen for putting ideas, showcased in the story, through their paces and pushing heroes beyond conceivable limits. I could not put this book down.

    4. I was prepared to pan this book until the last chapter and the author's note. I think I would have loved this story beyond measure had I read it as the serial, as intended. Austen would have been pleased but there are some editing issues, such as missing words.

    5. Review by Rad RyderHighly, highly recommend this full length novel. There is so much jam packed into this tale I confuse myself trying to list it all. I was one of those readers on that naughty web site who enjoyed and cheered on this serialized novel.First and foremost this was extremely well written. It reads similar to the Highly Esteemed and much Loved Jane Austen. No flowery extraneous prose, just the economical use of phraseology that paints the perfect picture; the perfect understanding o [...]

    6. Since I didn't see anything about erotica when I "bought" this book, I was shocked with the content. It was about sex trafficking and a lot of sadist crap. To me it was just porn in the most graphic of detail. Highly dislike and would not recommend to any one I know. Unless you're just sick at heart that way. There wasn't a single moment in reading that I actually enjoyed.

    7. Meh. I think it was lacking. I guess the possibility of where this could have gone and did not. /shrugs It just lacked the depth that I would hope to see with a subject of this nature.

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