Before we go any further, let's get this out of the way first. I want you to do three things for me. One: Do not be offended by anything you read beyond this point. Two: Leave your inhibitions at the door. Three, and most importantly: Everything you see and hear from now on must remain between us. OK. Now let's get down to the nitty-gritty. . .
In her debut erotic novel, Sasha Grey takes us inside a private, high-profile, sex society where anything and everything can happen.
Catherine, a blossoming film student whose sexuality has been recently stirred, finds herself drawn into a secret club where the world's most powerful people meet to explore their deepest, often darkest sexual fantasies. Even as it opens up new avenues to pleasure, it also threatens to destroy everything that Catherine holds dear.
From bathroom stalls in dive bars, to private jets over St. Tropez, Catherine takes the reader with her through a sexual awakening and psychological development, unparalleled in contemporary erotica.
- Publication Date:
- 14 / 05 / 2013
- 129 x 198 x 24mm
If you are a fan of naughty fiction
Firstly, this isn't erotic romance so steer clear if you need romance with your dark fantasies and fetishes. It is well written, reads fluently and doesn't over do the sex to compensate for a lack of plot - it actually has one. The protagonist Catherine, a college student, unwittingly finds herself deeply involved in The Juliette Society, a secret sex society exclusive to the rich and powerful. It also explores the seedy underworld of porn websites and sex clubs along the way. I liked the dialogue, it's 'common' not literary, but still intelligent. The sex scenes are erotic but are rather clinically described however, it is written by a porn star, what else would you expect. Of all the erotica and romance I have read recently - there has been a lot - The Juliette Society is one of my favourites. A unique and intriguing story written by someone experienced in 'The Industry'. If you are a fan of naughty fiction, read it, you won't be disappointed.