by V.W. Singer
It is early 19th century Regency England. Angelica is an orphan, with a large trust fund composed of both land and money, which she will fully inherit when she turns twenty one. However, Mrs Browning, her aunt and legal guardian, has plans to murder her as soon as she comes of age. But Angelica's fate takes a turn when they are introduced to handsome young Doctor Seward, who requires young women for his sinister medical experiments. Dr Seward offers to have Angelica declared insane and committed to his asylum, where she will be completely at his mercy. But first, he has to convince Mrs Browning that he is truly as cruel and determined as he claims, so they agree that she will observe as he subjects Angelica to a series of obscene tests at his sanatorium.
Come and witness Angelica's suffering at the hands of the strange doctor. Witness the glee of Mrs Browning and her evil daughter Cynthia as they watch Angelica's debasement. Learn of beautiful Angelica's ultimate fate when you read V. W. Singer's latest novel, 'Bedlam'.
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historical erotica dark erotica adult suspense
Hate "lifestyle" BDSM?
Do you like stories that make sense? Female characters who are not just whimpering victims? Do you like the idea of an author who has actually whipped girls' pussies and crushed their clits with his fingers and listened to them moan - and had them come back for more?
Do you like detailed, exquisite, pussy torture?
Do you like it when the girls offer themselves up to you for punishment?
No ropes, no chains, but pure submission. For love, for fear, for money. Does it really matter?
Imagine her saying, "Take me and hurt me any way you like. I'll scream for you, and I'll come for you. As much and as long as you want."
Or, "I know this really great way to torture my clit. Would you like to try it?"
No impossible tortures or instant healing.
Polite comments or questions are always welcome.
Reads like it was dashed off in one sitting: shallow, unconvincing and even the attempts at bravado and humor fall flat...pass it by 2 out of 5 (Lujay)