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The Education of VictoriaLessons in love and a whole lot are in store in this saucy romp set in a European finishing school for young ladies Packed off to a continental finishing school 16 year old Victoria thinks she will be taught how to be a dutiful wife for a gentleman But she soon disc. Full Review on NetGalley

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Overs that she has a lot to learn in the arts of pleasure at the Venus School for Young Ladies There she encounters the strictness of Principal Madame Thackeray and her team of tutors Under their guidance she learns the finer arts of sexual pleasure and discovers th. I made it to 55 pages in on my Nook It's one sex scene after another Victoria is 16 and has been sent to a finishing school in Venice that's really all about teaching young women how to please men So far there is no plot Just one sexual experience after another It's not sexy it's not erotic it's just disturbing And the languagein one scene we are subject to crack arsehole vulva and clitoris The mashup of clinical and coarse terms is not appealing to me at allDefinitely a fail Added Flipped through the of the book She prostitutes herself during the summer after the first year Yup definitely a fail I liked erotica well done erotica where there's a focus on a woman finding herself and coming out better for it in the end This is not one of those booksReceived copy from Netgalley

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review The Education of Victoria Ó eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Lessons in love and a whole lot are in store in this saucy romp set in a European finishing school for young ladies Packed off to a continental finishing school 16 year old Victoria thinks she will be taught how to be a dutiful wife for a gentleman But she soon discoveAt there are plenty of fellow students and staff willing to share their carnal knowledge with this sweet young English rose On returning to England she finds her father in financial difficulty and must turn her newfound education to good use to save the family estat. An open letter to the authorI would first like to direct your attention to the definition of the word plot as defined by dictionarycom Also called a storyline The plan scheme or main story of a literary or dramatic work as a play novel or short storyNow I have read a great many books in my time and there are only two books that until now I have not finished once I began The first was Woman in Red by Eileen Goudge and the other was Conseuences by Aleatha Romig You now have the distinction of being added to that list Why you may ask I refer you back to my opening statement the definition of the word plot of which your book does NOT have oneIf I wanted to spend my time reading about nothing but sex give me something that makes me want to push forward in the book; that makes me want to turn each and every page Give me characters that I relate to and that I want to see succeed Even Fifty Shades of Grey had a plot despite the countless pages of sex that was within it We wanted to see how Ana and Christian achieved being in a relationship together despite his massive faults We wanted to see the characters grow because we knew that underneath it all they loved each other Your characters were just a bunch of silly young girls who had a bunch of random sex with each other by the way I get the whole you need to figure out how to please yourself before you please a man part but why throw in all the FF sex if they're figuring out how to please a man You didn't give us a likable character in Victoria who seemed nothing but a silly air headed aristocratic daughter who wanted things handed to her You didn't even give us a love interest for crying out loudI even skipped to the end of the book hoping against hope that there was something that would keep me reading Just maybe she'll have achieved something a love interest perhaps or even finding a dark secret about the school that she and the other girls need to figure out But alas I did not Next time you write a book give us characters we want to cheer for and give us an actual PLOT to keep us interestedThank you An ARC was provided by NetGalley in exchange for my honest review