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When the young Jennifer Walstow, daughter of the parish vicar, is caught in flagrant sexual misbehaviour with a young man, her father is horrified. To avoid the inevitable scandal, he sends her away in disgrace to stay with some friends of her mother in the countryside for the summer, where he hopes she will find little opportunity for further misconduct. It is a futile hope however.
Jennifer finds herself exiled to the northern valley of Mathomdale. Here, freed from the restrictions of her father's household, Jennifer explores not only the beautiful rural scenery but also her burgeoning sexuality; dallying in increasingly daring sexual adventures with herself and her new friend, Julie, whose family runs the shop on the village square. There is a darker side however. Even while she experiments sexually with Julie, she falls afoul of Baxter, the local gamekeeper; a man whose dark passions become fixated on her and seeks any opportunity to take his riding whip to the beautiful auburn haired newcomer in the valley.
Baxter however, may be the least of Jennifer's problems for she also comes to the notice of a far more formidable figure; the mysterious and charismatic Lady Mathom who rules the valley as her personal fief and is said to ensnare young women in her webs of enslavement. This enigmatic matriarch takes an ominous personal interest in Jennifer...
“The Valley and the Vicar's Daughter.” is the first instalment in Miss Francis' sweeping “Slaves of the Amethyst” erotic fantasy; a saga that will captivate the reader through its characters' journey through Mathomdale's enchanting and bizarre world of love and slavery.
Product type: EBook Published by: Fiction4All Published: 6 / 2017
No. words: 61000
Style: Erotic Domination - M/F, Male Dom - M/F, Erotic Domination - F/F
Available Formats: MobiPocket (MOBI) EPUB PDF MS Reader
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