The Long Weekend

The Long Weekend Weary of his collection of human art John Francis D Arnot sets out on a course to find that which has so far escaped him companionship and love On a visit to a newly acquired business leads him to me

  • Title: The Long Weekend
  • Author: H. Dean
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 425
  • Format: None
  • Weary of his collection of human art, John Francis D Arnot sets out on a course to find that which has so far escaped him companionship and love On a visit to a newly acquired business leads him to meet Kyra, a young, intelligent program optimizer Smitten, he woos the young girl Learning that her fantasies are as dark as his own, he leads her on a path of emotional, pWeary of his collection of human art, John Francis D Arnot sets out on a course to find that which has so far escaped him companionship and love On a visit to a newly acquired business leads him to meet Kyra, a young, intelligent program optimizer Smitten, he woos the young girl Learning that her fantasies are as dark as his own, he leads her on a path of emotional, physical and psychological change.This is the stand alone sequel to Object of His Affection.

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    1. Hold on to your seats, it's going to bea romantic ride?Yes, yes, I know you are all thinking, are we talking about the same author, H. Dean? The Long Weekend is a romantic story with erotic art collector John Francis D'Arnot looking for the love of his life. After sadistically turning his former wife into a statue constantly fucked by two large men and many other perverted creations, Francis is experiencing ennui. He goes vanilla. (Close your mouth, unless you want me to fill it with something.) [...]

    2. The Long Weekend is an outstanding novel that defines a new, contemporary class of books, gripping erotica, which goes far beyond simple thrillers, while diabolically sliding its tendrils deeply into your mind until you’re pulled in with no escape possible. It’s written to lead you through the fresh, sensual landscape of a budding love affair - from its innocent beginnings through its mature, sexy interplay to its unheard-of, unexpected, unbelievable climax. The emphasis is on the blistering [...]

    3. This book just was not for me. TOTALLY SQUEAKED ME OUT!!SOME, may LOVE it though! Because of this I won't give a BAD review. The Long Weekend is perfectly what the Author intended it to be. The only ISSUE I had with the book that I think may annoy other readers is the over use of certain phrases. I disliked the fact that every time the MC was mentioned it was ALWAYS "John Francis D’Arnot" "John Francis D’Arnot did this" "John Francis D’Arnot did not like that" "John Francis D’Arnot" "Joh [...]

    4. Having a 3 little bears moment. First was too soft, second was too hard, third is just right. Okay, the metaphor isn't perfect, but this is my favorite book (so far) by this author. John Francis D’Arnot has grown tired of his creations and wants an actual relationship. But he doesn't want to go vanilla either, so on his first date with Kyra he takes her to a museum that is temporarily hosting his former living sculpture collection.But after that hint that their tastes align, John and Kyra take [...]

    5. Where do I start my review on this shocking tale of erotic horror???Right I start by saying that for the fans of H. Dean, WHAT A BLOODY ENDING :OFor all you newbies, hold onto your seats for a thrilling shocking ride that will have your mind playing with itself in the corner bwahahahaI had a few emotions while reading this and at first I felt a bit likeright where is the body mod shit gonna kick in and as i was turning the pages and still nothing :/ but for the life of me I couldn't put it down [...]

    6. 'extreme romance' and objectification storyjust enough 'extreme' parts to really like this one.But ending was too much for me

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