Alisha Goes Back to Work Part One

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Alisha’s professional reputation is quickly destroyed as she is compelled to humiliate herself in front of her work colleagues! More
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  • Category: Fiction » Erotica » BDSM
  • Erotica themes: Non-consensual sexual slavery
  • Words: 56,550
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781005222246
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 Alisha Goes Back to Work Part One by Lorenzo Marks

Daniel Grande reviewed on Sep. 7, 2021

After a long wait and so many requests by the readers, Lorenzo Marks finally brings us the so awaited next chapter in Alisha's story. And he does it perfectly.

"Alisha Goes Back to Work Part One" is a perfectly executed sequel to "Alisha is Sent to the Farm", and it gives us the very same feeling of excitement, arousal and shock that we got in the previous book.

The same racist ambience observed in "Alisha is Sent to the Farm" has been perfectly moved into a city setting in which we can see similar set-ups but established in modern times, all complimented by new characters that make the story evolve with simple yet meaningful participations.

Alisha's psychological feature keeps developing in this story as we just not see her reminiscence about her past life, but we can also see in a sort of ironic way how although she is a victim, she has to deal with the fact in some point of her life she was the victimizer, and now she will pay for her "crimes".

On a personal note aside, the way some of the new characters are treated in this story makes me wonder if Lorenzo Marks is trying to create his very own narrative universe, as the previously mentioned feature seems kind of similar to what the adult comic book artist Erenisch did some years ago, creating what he called himself "Erenischverse". Could it be we are looking the beggining of a "Marksverse".

One way or another, there is no doubt this novel is what Lorenzo's fans have been waiting for. And if you thought "Alisha is Sent to the Farm" was intense and cruel, you ain't seen nothing yet.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
Vanessa Jefferson reviewed on June 15, 2021

An incredible accomplishment in and of itself, this is only one part of something that is difficult to adequately review without overly complicating any summary description and coming across as exaggerating the praise.

The prose, the writing, is superb--a marvel and pleasure to read--as is the case with other parts of the story and other stories by this author.

As is also the case with other parts the story, and other stories of his, this author is uniquely skilled in taking the reader into and through experiences of shame and humiliation in many devilishly devised forms and contexts, at many levels and from various angles through many well-constructed characters without losing touch with the centrality and complexity of the main ones.

Within and through its sadomasochistic scenes and themes, the story is very erotic and sensual, but, without being overtly a socio-political critique and 'intellectual' in ways that make it less arousing, in my opinion, astutely scathing socio-political observations are threaded and woven into the story about classism, racism, sexism, careerism and the precarious and treacherous state of humanity and morality in each of the characters ... and in all of us, especially those of us reading this astonishing, anguishing tale, and, like the characters in it, being aroused by what we should have simply despised.

Appalling and yet enthralling, the story immerses the reader in scenes and events, conflicted and addicted characters who inflict and experience capricious, imaginative, outrageous cruelty, and yet keeps the reader keenly in touch with the humanity and emotional complexity of the characters ... and of ourselves, if and when we let it.

Surely many would be, will be, offended by things in this story, and, for those and that especially, in my opinion, it could and should be even more strongly recommended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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