Lily the TrimShave Girl

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
  • Erotica themes: Non-consensual sexual slavery
  • Words: 55,240
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781005300388
About Lorenzo Marks

Lorenzo’s preoccupation with deviant sex dates back as far as he can remember – as does his love of the written word.

Add into the mix his strict Victorian-style upbringing, and the result is Lorenzo’s passionate literary exploration into the heady realms of sexual and social humiliation, forced behavior modification, and physical and psychological control and domination.

When he’s not writing, Lorenzo hangs out on a tropical beach, people-watching, and dreaming up more salacious tales.

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Reviews of Lily the TrimShave Girl by Lorenzo Marks

Daniel Grande reviewed on Sep. 7, 2021

By possibly the first time, Lorenzo Marks did an story that although can be enjoyed by the reader, it seems to be done for a very specific type of reader.

"Lily the TrimShave Girl" keeps Lorenzo's style intact by providing us a new girl victim of sexual humiliation and deviousness, but this time the intensity behind the scenarios described in here is too much that not all of the readers may feel aroused when reading those scenes.

Although Lorenzo kept loyal to certain features characteristic from previous works, it can be seen that he focused in very specific topics, making this a book that some readers may find uneasy to read.

If you are willing to see more of Lorenzo Marks' sexual deviousness you are welcome to read "Lily the TrimShave Girl," but unless you are into some of the stuff exposed in this novel, there is a slight chance you won't find it as appealing as some of other Lorenzo's books.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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