Review of Kyoko Church’s Nymphomania

Erotica author Kyoko Church’s “Nymphomania” is a historical erotic romance, the first in the Draper Estates Trilogy, which chronicles the story of diseased Lilliane, new bride of Ewan Draper.  Seemingly, since she is not only able to enjoy sexual pleasure and but also able to achieve full orgasm, young mill worker Lilliane is diagnosed with Nymphomania and must be sent to an assylum if she is not cured.

Though I had my own personal views of the handling of Lillian’s treatment by the doctor, her new husband, and eventually the maid, Celese, it occurred to me, that the author, Ms. Church had perfectly acheived her goal, she had written a book with a host of characters that were believable and that I was passianate about, so much so that at points I wanted to throw my Kindle against the wall in frustration!

The story is classic, timeless and timely, bringing slut-shaming to the fore-front in a time when it is still indeed ever present.  Ms. Church has written a story surrounding a time when women weren’t supposed to expose or embrace their sexuality, not even with or even in front of their own husband. 

The fictional world the author created was believable, and one I was immediately drawn into, and the writing was tight and consistent.  There were of course the erotica must haves: bondage, masturbation and voyeurism. The unexpected twist on the very last pages, left my mouth watering and hanging open and waiting, nails tearing at the sheets, for the next book in the series.  You can order it from Amazon here.

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