Venus in the Country

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Disruptive Publishing, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Pamela appeared so alluringly innocent that she had no difficulty at all in acquiring the post of governess and tutor to the daughters of Sir Richard and Lady Bromley at their country estate. Once secure in her position, the wily and seductive heroine of this late 19th century novel adopts the secret arts of the boudoir with immediate pleasure. Enjoying the newly-won sexual favors of Sir Richard, Pamela sets herself to the task of luring other young ladies and selected neighbors into her clandestine trysts, little knowing that Lady Bromley has plans to draw the lovely, seemingly innocent governess into her own licentious entourage...

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User Review  - groovykinda - LibraryThing

I have to agree with the other two reviewers. This is not only my favorite Victorian erotic novel-it's easily my favorite erotic novel ever. Why? Because of the humor. Not enough erotic novels embrace ... Read full review

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User Review  - CliffordDorset - LibraryThing

This book, supposedly first published in 1885, although research would be needed to verify that assertion, is one of the jewels of Victorian/Edwardian erotic literature. It relates the adventures of a ... Read full review

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