""The Way of a Man with a Maid"" is a classic erotic novel, published in 1908. It contains graphic sexual descriptions and themes. ""The Way of a Man with a Maid"" is one of the most popular erotic masterpieces. Jack, the narrator, converts a room into a veritable torture chamber, named 'The Snuggery', equipped with beds to which women can be strapped and held helpless and which is soundproofed to make their screams unheard. ""The Way of a Man with a Maid"" consists of 4 volumes. This book contains: Volume I: The Tragedy Volume II: The Comedy
Author: Michel Millot
Publisher: Samson Family Leather, LLC
Release Date: 2017-03-09
In an age where the Church ruled and anything but the missionary position with your spouse was a sin, people still wanted more. That is clear from the fact that this book exists, was translated from the original French to English, and at least one parliamentarian admitted to reading it. I'll add in my own assumption that even without this book there would be a lot of people asking for forgiveness for their bedroom activities based on the Church's guidelines. Samuel Pepys, an Admiral and Parliamentarian purchased his own copy in England, in 1668 when he saw it in an average book store. Though, he notes he bought it in plain binding as he intended to burn it after reading as not to disgrace himself if someone found it. He skipped church the next day to peruse his purchase and on conclusion wrote this in his diary: -It was not amiss for a sober man once to read over to inform himself in the villainy of the world... it did force my prick beyond stand all the while.-
“The Lustful Turk, or Lascivious Scenes from a Harem” is a British erotic novel originally published anonymously in 1828. The narrative is presented as a series of letters between Sylvia Carey and the heroine, Emily Barlow. In her letters, Emily recounts her experiences following her capture by Moorish pirates and assimilation into the harem of Ali, dey of Algiers. “The Lustful Turk” is a classic example of pre-Victorian erotic literature not to be missed by fans or collectors of the genre. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of erotic literature.
Naive of all things carnal, Silas is desperate to experience the ways the flesh, a fascination born from espying his nurse maid in congress with Father Ambrose at an early age; to fornicate before he devotes his life to the seminary and celibacy thereafter. How fortunate then to be in the company of the libidinous residents of the Celestine abbey. What follows is Silas' sexual awakening to all things lascivious, the Celestine monks guiding his hand towards every delightful dalliance and deed. With maids, naughty convent Sisters, and with his fellow brotherhood, he will lose himself to pleasure immeasurable and to a different form of enlightenment altogether. This ribald tale of naughty nuns and mischievous monks is the epitome of libertine literature, penned anonymously in 1741 and translated by George Carrington in 1897, The Life and Adventures of Father Silas is historical erotica at its deliciously finest.
Author: Pierre Louÿs
Release Date: 2015-04-01
If it was Pierre Louÿs' intention to emulate the libertine works of the Marquis De Sade with this unbelievably salacious tale then he certainly succeeded. Following the exploits of our young narrator as he conquers one young lady only to be introduced to her two sisters and debauched mother, we learn of how Ricette, Charlotte, and Lili came to prostituted by their mother, the manner of their training and their numerous physical encounters. Now it is second nature to the trio to satisfy themselves in all manner of libidinous deed and device without restraint or modesty. And how surprised our young protagonist will be when he learns that the only way they can reach the highest peaks of ecstasy is through that most narrow of apertures. From group-menages to scenes too lewd for description, bisexual tribadism to rear-side gamahuching, nothing is left to the imagine, all told in wonderfully graphic and visceral prose. In the great tradition of Victorian erotic works such as Green Girls and Grushenka, also available from Locus Elm Press, Three Daughters of their Mother is a fine addition to any collection of the once suppressed. Definitely not one for those of weak disposition or faint of heart. Due warning herewith given.
Coming-of-age tale about a young girl who is slowly but surely (and lingeringly) initiated into the world of womanhood, and dominatrix-dom. First trained by Lady Julia Tingle, Astrid becomes a feared and desired mistress in her own right, leading us through numerous encounters with both men and women.
Mr Everard likes nothing more than playing voyeur to Lady Lovesport's sessions birching plump ripe posteriors. And so too does young Emily as with each viewing she witnesses acts more lascivious than the next. Yearning for the kind of orgasmic release that comes over the ones she sees taken by the rod, Emily slips deeper into the debauchery surrounding her. And with her friend, fellow conspirator and victim of chastisement Harry, she will partake in all manner of libidinous deed and device to the dizzying heights of sexual abandon. From the pen of Edward Sellon, author of the notoriously deviant The New Epicurean, this tale of fun and flagellation, told in deliciously graphic prose is a must for any fan of Victorian and discipline erotica.
“The Autobiography of a Flea” is an erotic novel first published in 1887. Although originally published anonymously, subsequent research has revealed that it was written by a London lawyer by the name of Stanislas de Rhodes. Narrated by a flea, the story concerns a pretty young girl named Bella who is taken advantage of sexually by a local priest, his colleagues, and her uncle. She is then manipulated into procuring her friend for the priests' and her own father's sexual enjoyment. “The Autobiography of a Flea” was turned into a pornographic film in 1976. This volume will appeal to fans of erotic fiction, and it is not to be missed by collectors of vintage literature of this ilk. Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly scarce and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in a modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on the history of erotic literature.
When young girls stepped into the handsome priest's confession booth, the cloth became just another garment to remove. The good monk was consumed by a sexual rampage, a ceaseless quest for satisfaction that led him to the doors of death, and beyond. Seabrous, corrupt, the virile priest committed acts in the name of salvation which became his one-way ticket to doom!