• The Pearl

    • Jul 19, 2014 •

    Are there really two sides to every story?

    Follow the story of Beatrice in Volume One, ‘Lady Pokingham’, where sordid adventures in the sexual underworld are commonplace, and virginal fantasies, flagellation and Catholic guilt manifest into streams of erotic poetry.

    In Volume Two, ‘La Rose d’Amour’, a young man is influenced by his lusty young cousins, who invite him to join an illicit club of debauchery and brandy-saturated orgies, where pearl necklaces and see-through negligees are the only dress codes required.

  • The Pearl

    • Jul 19, 2014 •

    Are there really two sides to every story?

    Follow the story of Beatrice in Volume One, ‘Lady Pokingham’, where sordid adventures in the sexual underworld are commonplace, and virginal fantasies, flagellation and Catholic guilt manifest into streams of erotic poetry.

    In Volume Two, ‘La Rose d’Amour’, a young man is influenced by his lusty young cousins, who invite him to join an illicit club of debauchery and brandy-saturated orgies, where pearl necklaces and see-through negligees are the only dress codes required.

  • My Secret Life

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    Would you undress with the curtains open? A champagne-drinking Victorian traveller, Walter is lascivious, obnoxious and possessed of an insatiable sexual appetite. Through a bawdy catalogue of indecent scenarios with maids, widows and wenches, he solicits an indulgent exploration of the flesh. His obsessions, fantasies and voyeuristic tendencies are explored and revealed within this diary – one of the most famous examples of Victorian erotic literature from the decadent era. Only six copies of ‘My Secret Life’ were initially printed in 1888. Attempts to republish the book resulted in the novel being repeatedly banned.

  • The Way of a Man with a Maid

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    Do the best things come to the woman who waits? Jack has built a special place in a padded room of an old lunatic asylum named ‘The Snuggery’. Filled with ropes, cushions, straps and feathers, he chooses Alice to complete the decoration. Imprisoned against her will, she is teased into submission. And in moments of passion, when Jack names her his ‘wife’, Alice finally surrenders her maidenhead, submitting to the power of his unbridled lust.

  • Emmanuelle

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    Can sharing only add to your pleasure? Emmanuelle is curious. Her husband Jean married her for her ‘erotic genius’, not to possess her. The only solution to Emmanuelle’s passion is through a mentor; a man who will guide her through her deepest fantasies – unveiling languid tales of discovery in the close heat of the Orient. ‘Emmanuelle’ is a candid confession and liberated exploration of erotic philosophy and bisexuality, where the contrast between repression and desire results in an intense, boundary-breaking journey into the exotic.

  • Fanny Hill

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    What’s a penniless country girl to do in the big city? Fanny Hill is a blushing country maiden until tragic circumstances force her to seek a new life in London. She is taken in by the motherly Mrs Brown, but on her first night she receives a rather unorthodox welcome from one of the young ladies in the house – and swiftly gains a much more explicit idea of what is expected in her new role. Fanny takes to carnal pleasures with gusto, and she vividly recalls each lusty encounter, every thrusting conquest, in her saucy, voyeuristic and thoroughly irresistible memoirs.

  • Venus in India

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    To cheat? Or not to cheat? Captain Devereux is posted to India, far away from his beautiful young wife and child, and at first is devastated at the parting. But when he comes across Lizzie Wilson, the wife of one of his fellow officers, her ample bosom and open thighs prove more than enough consolation. And when her husband objects to their dalliances, no matter – for the Colonel of the regiment’s three young daughters, Fanny, Amy and Mabel, are more than eager to be initiated into the ways of adult love…

  • Justine

    • Dec 13, 2013 •

    Who suffers in the pursuit of desire? The Countess de Lorsange reveals her history, in a tavern, to a young woman named Therese; where a young girl and her sister fight a battle of morality. Set in a period before the French Revolution, Justine shows the battle of virtue versus vice, where earning your keep takes on fresh connotations, and a titled lady holds a lifetime of illicit secrets.