Over Witch's Knee

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to Lesbia! A world where warriors trade in flesh, witches are hunted by a hostile Imperial regime and goddesses knit. This is a land of magic, mystery, and matriarchy. Here, women rule with firm hands. Those who trespass against others are likely to be swiftly smacked to their senses, especially if there happens to be a witch about. More

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Words: 111,320
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301890910

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Review by: sparrow wings on Sep. 12, 2013 :
Someone needs to make this an animated film!


Two years in the making! So long waited for!
A tale of destiny… and Lust… and love… and war…
Of witches, elves and goddesses and warriors and toads
A cast of thous…uh…hundr…uh…(believe me, there are loads!)
The first volume of Lesbia’s History and Lore!
You’ll laugh, you’ll sigh, you’ll shed a tear, and end up wanting more.
Each of these naughty ladies you can't help but adore,
As each you praise in one breath and in the next deplore.
Each one without exception you’ll likely come to see
Deserving of a spanking while bent over a knee!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Lola López on Sep. 12, 2013 :
One hell of a ride. Witty, smart, deep writing. You won't quite know what to make of these characters or her plans (or lack of thereof), not quite. Oh, you will get to know and love (and occasionally yell at) the ladies, you will grow fond of the land too, to the point of perhaps looking for the magic wardrobe at home. It's just... Well see? You will be cheering for one lady one second, for another the next. You will get all hot and bothered about how unfair some issue in this land is, then you might actually think "hmmm, this Imperial has a point". You will hear the protagonist' angst one minute, admiring her philosophical streak even, then you may find yourself losing patience with her...
And in the end? Does one finally understand in the end? Yes. I don't want to spoil things but that much I can say. One understands in the end what one needs to understand.
The ending beautifully answers the question "what's the point of it all?" It answers the question as much as the question may be answered of course and it does so without getting preachy.
The messages are still there for us to discover them, delivered in the author's characteristic voice.
What a joy this journey has been. Thank you very much, Ms. Renard.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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