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The Claiming Of Sleeping Beauty. IdentifierTheClaimingOfSleepingBeauty. Identifier-arkark://t3rv6wz0n. OcrABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) . Read "The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty A Novel" by A. N. Roquelaure available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. Before E.L. . The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty: A Novel (Sleeping Beauty Trilogy Book 1) eBook: A. N. Roquelaure, Anne Rice: ronaldweinland.info: Kindle Store.
In the traditional fairy tale of 'Sleeping Beauty' the spell cast upon the lovely young princess can only be broken by the kiss of a prince. However, in the world of Anne Rice, this legendary curse is broken not with a kiss, but with sexual initiation. The Prince's reward for ending the hundred years of enchantment is Beauty's complete and total enslavement to him. Sleeping Beauty awakes to a world of seduction, desire and love. In the first of a three part retelling of the Sleeping Beauty story, Anne Rice explores the unspoken implications of this lush, suggestive fairy tale, opening up a world of erotic yearning and fantasy which is perfect for fans of Fifty Shades of Grey. This is the first of Anne Rice's classic Sleeping Beauty trilogy. Roquelaure A.
Which is repeated so many times it almost does not look like a real word anymore. A drinking game with taking a shot every time spanking is mentioned would not last long that is, unless you have truly remarkable alcohol-digesting enzymes and a I want to bleach my brain after reading this. A drinking game with taking a shot every time spanking is mentioned would not last long that is, unless you have truly remarkable alcohol-digesting enzymes and a stomach made of steel.
And since there are only so many ways to spank somebody and this book quickly explores ALL the possibilities , the book quickly becomes quite repetitive and incredibly boring.
And 'boring' is definitely not the word that any erotica book should be described as, right? I've mentioned before that I have zero problem with any sexual activity that however many consenting adults engage in. But I do have a problem with rape presented as being okay and even sexy.
The Prince rapes Beauty while she is unconscious. Rape is never okay, and it should not be used as a "sexy" way to start a story. Make it consensual or do not write about it at all, and definitely do not present that as sexy. That's just disgusting. BDSM is consensual; otherwise just call it rape and stop trying to make it sexy. Another reason for the brain bleach is the sheer awfulness of this dreck, which I really tried to forget.
But seeing three women today engrossed in that Twilight BDSM fanfic that we do not speak of reminded me of having read this one a few years ago.
Well, 'read' is not quite accurate of a word; it was so badly written that I ended up having to skim through most of it. And still I could not escape the endlessly boring spanking or the atrocious language.
Yes, everything else aside, the writing in this book is unbelievably bad. The language sounds fake, wooden, juvenile, and forced. The descriptions are terrible and would be out of place in every book except for one teaching how to write badly.
Don't even start me on grammar and punctuation! What did these two ever do to Anne Rice?
Am I supposed to be so hot and bothered from reading this so that I don't notice elementary mistakes? But the language itself reads so clumsy that I almost wonder whether A.
Roquelaure Anne Rice is not a native English speaker. I don't have much experience with reading erotica, so please, somebody enlighten me. Since these books are, well, books, they should have some kind of a plot, right? Or does the 'sexy' subject make them exempt from such?
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