A feast of erotic delights awaits you in the balmy sugar fields of Thornfield Plantation in this bold reimagining of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel set in the Trinidad of 1847, as Jane journeys forth from Southampton to enter the employ of the brooding Mister Rochester, abolitionist ex-slave and now master of his own estate.
There are steamy bathhouse encounters with Mama Fairfax the voluptuous Cajun housekeeper; sadomasochistic assignations with an inky black Grace Poole; and deliciously hot tropical nights in the arms of the doll-like Blanche Pang – but all Jane hungers for as she stalks Thornfield's whispering halls of secrets is the dusky Rochester, detached and alone in his chamber at the end of the passage…
"A skilful writer of erotica"
"Vanessa de Sade's prose is rich and atmospheric; her characters more complex than found in most erotica"
"De Sade’s lush and elaborate prose… has everything I love about erotic fiction: surprising plotlines with character development, diversity in the bodies and sexualities represented, and of course, gorgeous sex"