'My Secret Life' brought us the story of Walter and his unerring pursuit of sexual pleasures unabashed by the conformity about him. In 'Eveline' however, we have a rare example of a woman's perspective on sexual liberation, as our heroine embarks on a grand voyage of the male and female physique, savouring all from stable boy to sailor to lord and lady.
Altogether headstrong and knowledgeable in the deeds and devices of libertine pleasures, Eveline lives to experience the supreme orgasmic joy that comes from losing herself in the wildest of sexual abandons. This young woman loves and longs to be dominated and, in so being, ultimately seduces all she crosses paths with.
In the same great tradition as such works as 'Flossie' and 'First Training', this little-seen gem of early Victorian erotica, written anonymously in 1840, brims with wonderfully lascivious prose and graphic scenes a plenty. A must for any collection of the once-forbidden; considerately presented herein from Locus Elm Press.