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Not for the faint of heart. I reread this recently for a local book group. First of all, it’s an erotica book unto itself.
It was really thought provoking and for me I just realize many things like how can violence especially if it’s sexual affect people’s perspective about themselves and also about hopelessness and acceptance and yielding. It’s the sub plot I liked, rather than the central plot.
Why did i read it? Refresh and try again. With that said, this book did it for me. The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty is well planned out, with the right amount of plot, sex and romance. Anywho – I still found the writing quite good in this book, and although the book has lost it’s shock factor for me now, I still found parts of the book raised my temperature a bit hee hee and I will probably put this book right back on my shelf in the basement to read again in a decade or two to see what my AARP card does to my opinion of this book.
It takes no effort to read this book, so I recommend that you make the effort, and decide for yourself. The characters lack well character. I would love to actually read one that would have a real story and real characters and real sex. We travel with her through this foreign kingdom, being shocked and at times horrified by the extreme displays of erotic torture and surprising forms of sexual play laid out in public for all to see.
Sleeping Beauty was not awoken with a kiss. Poor people are only described in subhuman terms– menials and creatures stick out to me especially.
He was also the perfect epitome of someone who has engaged in BDSM. I think I must have looked at this durmienhe from a different perspective then most readers.
But what can I say, it all fice me hot. Everything you need to know about this book is explained here: But are we surprised?
View all 6 comments. It recently came up in conversation and I was convinced to attempt to read it again.
For those of you who would pick up this read be ready for high tolerance of sexuality per say homosexuality, slave master, torture and all its trimmings. If you aren’t familiar with bdsm – and it’s a pretty big umbrella – and if your erotic literature tastes run more I can’t say I ever read this book from front to back, but do more flipping through it to reread favorite passages.
The Sleepi I don’t know why I feel compelled to review this one. He cuts through the deadly vines, “It was not his desire to die so much as conquer. I’m not sure I feel a need to read the other two books, though. Just so you get the enormity of such a romantic gesture. This may just not rappto your personal kinks in it. Even more disturbing was that, although my mind eblla against every new torture, my body reacted hotly with erotic lust.
Because this is a sadomasochistic society pain and pleasure our intertwined, durmjente it is reward, punishment or just daily life every breath is filled with sexual sting of erotic torture. I thought I’d revisit it, and it’s still quite impressive.
El Rapto de La Bella Durmiente
I like having a copy tucked away in the erotica section of my bookshelf to pull out every now and then for a titillating read. Prince Charming was supposed to be the guy who would wake Sleeping Beauty up with a kiss. They are rewarded handsomely after their service and tales of their time at the castle are forbidden. There is no consent given, no safe words, negotiations, etc.
In earnest this book should be called The Raping of Sleeping Beauty cause that’s what it is. Sleeping Beauty was treated more like a sex toy rather than a princess in this book.
I am sure that these books are not everyone’s cup of tea but I was very much taken in with this fantasy world. I didn’t like any of the characters, I didn’t like the setting, and there wasn’t much plot.
El Rapto de La Bella Durmiente by A.N. Roquelaure (3 star ratings)
I need to make that clear. From bestselling author Anne Rice, writing as A. As a durmiete fan of Rice’s works, I had fairly high expectations for this novel, but I was very put off by the subject matter. Even in a post-Fifty Shades society, it’s edgy and shocking.
El Rapto de La Bella Durmiente by A.N. Roquelaure (4 star ratings)
Rice described her book in a form of a fairy tale pornography story Roquelaure that you may be ruined for other Erotica – I was. My Proper Review Okay what to rapo, what to say? They seemed idetical except for which piece of fruit was inserted where. And also the writing was superb and I really like Anne Rice’s choice of words. It is an ancient story, one that originally emerged from and still deeply disturbs the mind’s unconscious.
The masters wants to keep the love before the slave find a new master but give the slave what they need. I have always been an Anne Rice fan.