THE COUNTESS'S WEAKNESS
by Gill Summers
The Countess was sure that the consultant would know how to cure her weakness.
The year is 1887 and the Earl of Leicester is concerned about his wife, Julia the Countess of Leicester's weakness - for gambling. He is advised to attend a public lecture by Professor Arthur Nelson on the science of phrenology. He learns that an individual's character, their strengths and weaknesses can be delineated by the skilled hands of a phrenologist, by reading the bumps and contours of their head. Further, any deficiencies or weakness of character can be treated by specialized massage.
Julia is actually highly sexed, but had sublimated her drive into gambling, since the earl is more interested in hunting and shooting than in women. He is, however, under pressure to produce an heir. She is immediately attracted to the handsome phrenologist and willingly agrees to undergo phreno-massage to cure her weakness. Ably assisted by the beautiful and passionate Madeline Scales, Arthur cures the Countess by unleashing talents and burning desires she had no idea that she possessed. Yet is a dangerous path to take, for the Earl has an itchy trigger finger.
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Gill has had a variety of jobs since leaving university, where she studied English and Drama. She has been an artist's model, a cashier, waitress, pole-dancer and teacher of English as a foreign language. She is now a qualified Shiatsu and Reiki practitioner and is a regular columnist in a health magazine. She has a passion for history, psychology, tantric art and tantric yoga, all of which have helped her in her long-time-ambition, to be an erotic author. She hopes that her background in English and Drama will show in her ability to weave erotic tales that are more than catalogues of sex scenes. On the other hand, she hopes that her practice of the tantric arts will shine in the authenticity of her characters' love-making.