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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Confessions Collection Vol.1 (London Brown)


Descend into a world of deception, depravity, decadence, desire and desperation…
In the opulent setting of London's aristocracy, lives a young woman fractured into two distinct individuals, one face with multiple facets.
One façade, a whore, London Brown, who will confess unfathomable truths, the other, a loving daughter, Desniah Williams will pull back the curtain to reveal what lurks in the shadows. 
Caden Jacob Carrington V, a politician will do anything to reclaim the woman he lost, including dredging up pains of the past. 
Rhys Christos Edward Stowell, a philanthropist will fight to win the woman he loves while baring the darkness of his soul.

Includes episodes 1 through 9


*Big Thank You to Author, for providing me with copy of this book for a review!

So first of all:

Warning: Depending on the episode London Brown falls under the following: Erotica, BDSM/Kinky, and Dark Erotica/Taboo (dubious/non-consent). Also contains the theme of coping with survival of childhood sexual abuse/assault

Confessions Collection Vol.1

Episodes 1-9 

>> I held out my arm, and she locked hers with mine.
She squared her shoulders.
"Lets go raise a few eyebrows" 

And believe me when I say that my eyebrows was raised! They still are!
This story is so messed-up I don't even know what to tell You.
Well, first of all this is for adults only.
So if you're a youngster still, go read Harry Potter or something.
This is some heavy stuff!

When I started to read it, i thought maybe this will be something like 
Eleven Minutesby Paulo Coelho. I loved that book. And it was about a prostitute. This book however is not about a prostitute, who struggles with life, this book is about a whore. Yup. You heard(read) me right.
Not that I'm complaining. My masochistic side was very pleased by my choice to read this book, so all is well.

Back to the book.

I don't know what to say..
This was different. Not bad different, it was just not your everyday erotic novel. It's packing some heavy stuff. Like child-abuse and what's happening to people after that.

Some parts of this book made me feels very very dirty, and not in a good way. There's just so much reality, that we already know - sucks.
I felt sorry and respect for Des,our heroine, so many times I can't even decide what do I feel for her now. 
But one thing is for sure. If your into kinky stuff, or at least like to read about it - this book, this series is FOR YOU!

Books with BDSM always makes me wonder. I'm very eager to learn new things, so it's interesting for me - how people can totally submit to another. Depend so much on the other person. 
I think they're really brave (or stupid), I couldn't do that.
But I'll gladly read about it though :)))

So, read it while you can. I have a suspicion there's more to come, and honestly I can't wait! I feel a bit frustrated actually, to not know how this story will end.


About Author Leila DeSint

Leila DeSint was born in a small town on the east coast of Canada. Her nomadic childhood gave her the ability to ebb and flow with the seasons, people and places she lived in. Most often, she could be found in a corner with a pencil and notepad using words to recreate the dark world around her. Many summers of her youth were spent on the shores of her birthplace collecting seashells, but she always returned them for the next wanderer that happened by.

The pencil and notepad have been traded for a computer, but the words never stop flowing, nor did her interest in conjuring glimpses of the world as she perceived it. The corner is now a desk. And rather than leaving behind seashells for wanderers, she pens dark, gritty erotic literature that examines the complexities of human emotions and sexuality through an ever-changing lens. She delves into the shadowy areas and explores the social-perceptions of taboos. 

She threads together the remnants of the world she witnessed in order to shed light on obscure places.

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