Thursday, March 21, 2013

S.E.C.R.E.T by L.Marie Adeline - A book review

The latest mainstream erotic novel has just hit the shelves and I'm here to let you know what I think... not that I am a pro at these things of course ;)

So, what is it about?
Cassie, a young widowed woman with no dating prospects and the day-to-day monotony of waitressing, encounters a mysterious notebook which alters her life completely. This notebook leads her to S.E.C.R.E.T, an underground society that seeks to assist women to rediscover themselves and get back into touch with their sexual side.

Does it offer anything different?

Much better written than its predecessor, fifty shades of grey, this novel offers a protagonist that is offered the opportunity to be liberated through self-exploration and sexual experience. Whilst overcoming fears and anxieties, will Cassie gain the courage through S.E.C.R.E.T to recognise and fulfil her wildest sexual fantasies?

Why should YOU read it?

S.E.C.R.E.T exists to liberate women through complete submission to their sexual fantasies so they may exist in the world, fully and sexually alive. They offer a ten step programme to fulfil sexual fantasies. Each has a goal; for instance: trust, fearlessness, courage and so forth.

So...can Cassie gain complete sexual emancipation through S.E.C.R.E.T’s ten step programme?

Well, you're gonna have to read it to see!

Last words:

This novel doesn’t offer a cheap attempt to write about sex, desire and fairy tale endings. It offers a feminist approach in recognising and attaining complete sexual emancipation and autonomy.

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