Fiona's Highland Fling

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
Fiona has to dance to Gordon's Highland tune - again and again! More
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
  • Erotica themes: Non-consensual sexual slavery
  • Words: 78,430
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781005628079
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 Fiona's Highland Fling by Lorenzo Marks

grumbler reviewed on March 31, 2021

The first half of this book is great. The MC endures a set of escalating embarrassing trials run by a Scottish family she tried t swindle and are now blackmailing her. The author does a great job of giving her an internal voice that reacts appropriately to her difficult position. Very sexy stuff.

Halfway through the book, though, it takes a major turn to the dark side, and the sexy humiliations are replaced by outright torture, scat, watersports, and constant farting. The blackmailers turn into monsters, who simply enjoy inflicting pain on the MC. There's nothing sexy here. It's just deepening levels of torture and degradation. At the same time, the author starts to throw in "magic herbs" that can do anything, including changing the MC's appearance and even her accent. That's when my last shred of ability to suspend disbelief appeared, and I stopped reading.

The first half of the book is terrific, though. I'd rate it at 5 stars and the last half at 1 star (or less, if that were possible). It's a long book, and half of it still amounts to about 39,000 words, and that's a pretty good bargain by itself for $3.99. So, I'd actually suggest that you get the book, and stop reading when the MC is forced to march around in the piles of pig shit. It only goes rapidly downhill from there and reading the second half will ruin the enjoyment you got from the first half.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
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