Book: Julie's Passion Book 3 - To Love a Loathed Enemy by Elia Mircacategories: Book, Psychology, Prison, Lesbian, Mystery, Russian, Rape, Whore, Gangbang, Slave, Sex Slave, Crazy, Forced, Erotica
Elia Mircaabout this book: An author of a novel or any kind of fiction should start writing a story with the end in mind, somebody said. I don't remember the source of this citation. It could be Stephen King, who's book "On Writing" fascinated me from head to toe.
Anyhow, my books were written with the end in mind, because I knew how the story ended before I had an idea of the whole plot. Why? Because the end is barely fiction.
It relates to real events and those were the starting point for considering writing a novel about the weird experiences of this girl Juliane.
She now calls herself Julie and despite the fact that this name sounds diminutive than "Juliane" (at least in German language) it reflects the fact that she has dropped her naiveté. This naiveté had been a protection for Julie. She was able to avoid facing the stark reality. The brutality and ruthlessness of her enemies finally leave her no choice other than to cope with the facts.
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