Cruel Enchantment

  • by Janine Ashbless
  • Narrated by Gracie Lockhart
  • 8 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"He rode me upon the sacred altar of the Owl Queen. I tore at his back and kissed his throat and lifted my hips so he could thrust deeper. My black hair was spilt in a wave across the white stone and tears dropped from my eyes as I pleaded shamelessly for more, for faster, for deeper. Had a mortal witnessed our glory he would have been blinded by it."Winged demonesses, otherworldly lovers, and a dragon with an enormous sexual appetite collide with spoilt princesses, spell-weavers, and wicked ancestors in Janine Ashbless' fantastic tales of lust and magic. Cruel Enchantment is a stunning collection of unique and breathtakingly beautiful erotic fairy tales. Seductive, dazzling, and strange, each story is a journey into the marvellous realms of a fertile imagination.

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What the Critics Say

"They're written especially for women so will hit the right buttons." (Maxim)

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Customer Reviews

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Not what I'd call romance

The collection had good reviews and the sample sounded okay. The brief description led me to believe it was an erotic fantasy, but most of it was very creepy and strange. Sometimes disturbing and disgusting, I mean, come on... group rape? Chaining someone up and making them drink urine? Yeah, I didn't see a disclaimer; however, if I had any idea that was what the collection contained, there is no way I would have wasted my money on it.
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- Nicole

Pleasantly enchanting

I loved these erotic folktales - some more than others of course - and the expert narration heightens the experience nicely. It is well written and intelligent as far as the genre goes. Enchantment is an apt title as the stories are often mesmerizing and distinctly pleasurable.
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- Kelley "Lover of ideas who feels no guilt at all about her pleasures."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2007
  • Publisher: Virgin Books Limited