Book Review: The Russian Bride by Juliette Bankscategories: Book, Thriller, Gangsters, BDSM, Russia, Crime, Erotic Romance
Juliette Banksabout this book: James finds Natasha sleeping rough in a London car park. What had happened to her? Who was she running from? At first she would not say. But then they came face-to-face with the reason for her fear - a Russian gangster, called Viktor. James protects her and in return she tells him her amazing story.
She was born in Russia, but came to London as a child with her mother and her mother's lover Boris. It seems that Boris is on the run from Viktor, and when Natasha is almost 18, Viktor finds them. Natasha catches his eye, and he decides to take her back to Russia with him, so that she can become his wife and give him a son. He becomes obsessed with her, but is adamant that he will not marry her until she is 19. In the meantime she lives with him at his home near Saint Petersburg, and he shows her the way of life that he expects her to live, once they are married, which includes attending sex parties at his friend's home.
They marry in church, and Natasha is surprised to find that Viktor has unlocked the latent sexuality in her, and she comes to enjoy her life in Russia, apart from Viktor's increasingly angry moods. Unfortunately, when Viktor finds that she is unable to bear him a child, he flies into a rage and Natasha flees for her life.
Be aware that this book contains explicit sexual themes, and if this is likely to offend, please do not buy.
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SAVING NATASHAThe story is an intriguing tale that is a mystery- suspense, with kidnapping, dubious consent, and control. Viktor is a man who has power and wants more, he gets what he wants and refuses to allow anyone to get in his way. Although he has his two in-house whores, he decides when Natasha is nineteen they will marry, and he will send the other women away. Natasha is abducted from her home in London and returned to Russia to a new life, forced marriage and trained in the art of courtesan to be used by her husband and businessmen.
The plot of the story will cover a two-year time frame and will move back and forth between the past and present day. Viktor is a man who allows multiple men he wants to impress and do business with to use his wife, Natasha, sexually, including various government associates as a bribe in deals.
Enter businessman, James Miller, who finds Natasha well dressed, but dirty and ragged in a parking garage and rather than hand her coins, offers her help. She will share her story from witnessing the murder of Borris, the man she referred to as a stepfather, to the abduction and separation of her and her mother, to being integrated into sexual sharing and eventually her escaping.
Natasha will be integrated into a life that will include spankings and sex with men for her husband's criminal business deals. There are private parties of debauchery, spankings, ménage, and submission. The marriage was so Viktor would have a son, but what happens when she doesn't get pregnant? Can James Miller save Natasha and show her what a relationship between a man and woman should be? [by KEWatts]
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