Exit to Eden

Exit to Eden Welcome to the club to satisfy all your desires In the Caribbean sun the champagne flows and the games of pain and pleasure never stop Lisa is the perfectionist Elliot the client In their meeting t
  • Title: Exit to Eden
  • Author: Anne Rampling Anne Rice
  • ISBN: 9780727853417
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Welcome to the club to satisfy all your desires In the Caribbean sun, the champagne flows and the games of pain and pleasure never stop Lisa is the perfectionist Elliot, the client In their meeting, they discover that Eden is a state of heart and mind where innocence and love can be recaptured.
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    2 thoughts on “Exit to Eden

    1. Pseudonym of author Anne Rice.

    2. This is the romance your mother never had the guts to read The sexual escapades you never thought to dream of and will probably never attempt She is the your alter ego as you sweep floors and clean toilets wishing instead you were flicking leather whips onto the backside of firm tanned flesh He is the man holding in a secret wish to be dominated in a world where his wealth and good looks make him lord of all he sees Harlequin Romances are for children, Anne Rice wrote a love story for adults.

    3. I d heard a lot of good things about this book prior to purchasing it I ve never seen any parts of the movie that bares its title, but had read some place that Anne Rice had denounced it because it so greatly varied from the original story I found that encouraging considering the movie is marketed as a buddy cop comedy and I don t really enjoy comedy mixed in with my BDSM erotica, which is what the book is marketed as.The book s storyline centers around and is told from the first person point of [...]

    4. i like anne rice i like erotica so i figured i would at least enjoy exit to eden it was okay a few parts were hot and enjoyable but, as always with an anne rice book, the story was good and the writing was not the premise was great slave goes to island to perfect his trade the master there falls in love with him they escape said island hilarity sex ensues it was just not the best writing i ve ever seen and one thing just disgusted me no, not the SM no, not the anal rape with a double dildo nope, [...]

    5. Eden, a secret, mysterious and elegant island in the Caribbean is a play ground for the rich It is the place where those with enough money can come to fulfil their fantasies about dominance and submission A paradise where willing slaves are available for those who would be masters, where pain and pleasure intermingle and nothing is forbidden or impossible.Lisa is the perfectionist mastermind behind Eden She has set the rules, invented the games and oversees the smooth running of the whole operat [...]

    6. SummarySecluded island Hundreds of consensual sex slaves bound by a 2 year contract Couldn t get better than this, right Not until a little thing called love makes things complicated.Positive Critiques If Exit to Eden is a tree then Fifty Shades of Grey is a flowery branch.Well written.Scenes became a movie in my head.I felt for the character s emotions Meh Critiques I don t even want to call this a negative critique This specific genre is not my clique I don t mind a book with sex It just gets [...]

    7. One good thing about traveling is that you often have to read whatever comes your way and are likely to have to stick with it Not to say that I wouldn t read smut back home, but there is no way I could justify finishing this turd of a book if I had access to my local library and my own bookshelf So anyway, WEALTH, there is nothing boring not to mention revolting than a bunch of rich porknobs who are wallowing in the shit The main character, Elliot, is a rich playboy who was spoiled rotten by h [...]

    8. barely remember it but what i do remember bears exactly zero resemblance to the rosie o donnel film of the same name wonder anne rice hates hollywood.

    9. When I returned to reading over three years ago, specifically reading Contemporary Romance and Erotica, I needed stories that are literary than raunchy I love reading Erotica that is like a poem, an ode to the passion between two individuals It is hard to find books about BDSM that is encouraging of the lifestyle without the criticism that it is abusive, psychologically detrimental or even criminal Published over 30 years ago, Exit to Eden is a buried treasure of Erotic literature I was over [...]

    10. Pliny the Younger recounted that while living at his the house of his uncle, the famous Pliny the Elder, that the uncle would make, extracts of everything he read, and always said that there was no book so bad that some good could not be got out of it Letters 3.5.8 12 It seems that Ms Rice has spent her professional career trying to prove the elder Pliny wrong Of the three books of hers that I have read, this is probably the one that comes closest to succeeding Her writing, always reminiscent of [...]

    11. nobody has ever been able to convince me that anything sexual between consenting individuals is wrong This quote rung most true with this reader Anne Rice has an amazing ability to portray exotic situations in an unassuming tone She strips away all previously conceived labels that either we or society has placed upon sexuality Instead she writes about the rawness, the need, the baser instincts she reduces the characters to their primal natures Written in Anne Rice s eloquent yet direct style, Ex [...]

    12. This is a novel that explores aspects of SD BD and some of the psychology behind these preferences A handsome, successful young man sets off on the adventure of his lifetime, to become a submissive sexual slave on a private island which houses The Club There, he meets his ideal dominatrix.While I can see the attraction this would have for some this is a great fantasy idea , I myself vacillated between interest and repulsion for much of the book I like hot sex scenes and consensual BD, but I find [...]

    13. Ugggh I won t say that there aren t small parts of EoE that are intriguing or even hot, cause there are But any semblance of interest this book could have for me is totally ruined by the dynamic between the female and male leads.I ll say spoiler alert for the following, though honestly I m just saving you time Male sub lead is not a sub at all and is, in fact, annoying chauvinistic and toppish and an all around jerk Female domme lead is somehow entranced by Mr Neanderthal and in the end falls to [...]

    14. Anne Rice published this book under the name Anne Rampling in 1985 To add to the mystery or a marketing decision The first 200 pages read like SF with well thought out details of how The Club works The next 80 pages or so turn into a bad tourist guide for New Orleans when Elliott and Lisa visit many famous restaurants and bars and eat and drink excessively That s when they realized they are madly in love with one another The sudden change in the storyline was very disappointing.

    15. I wanted to like this, I really did I m sure people have picked this up after the huge success of the SHADES trilogy However, I read Anne Rice s Sleeping Beauty Trilogy over 10 years ago and loved it So for those of you who are searching for another of her erotic novels because you loved everything about Sleeping Beautyn t waste your time More like a boring and drawn out romance novel than anything.

    16. I was intrigued by the concept of this novel Alternate sexuality and lifestyles were not a common subject to see in print at the time it was released Which is around the time I read it The novel goes along well enough for the first half, but then the main characters go conventional The word that came to mind for me was back pedaling This can work, if you truly feel there has been an inclination on the part of the character to do so In this case I didn t feel it was justified The novel appeared t [...]

    17. Now, whereas I hated the Sleeping Beauty series, I really enjoyed Exit to Eden I even liked the movie ducks fruit There were plenty of nods to consent in the kink scenarios, I liked the characters, and I even liked the balls to the wall waaaay out there fantasy island idea Who wouldn t want to give Eden a try I particularly enjoyed some of the scenes in the book that could never have graced the big screen, the carnival scenes, for example , but I must say I got a little irritated in the second h [...]

    18. This has to be my favorite Anne Rice book, and one of my top 10 books of all time It s a step beyond erotica and SM it s of a journey of how love grows when one doesn t even know it Lisa s character is very raw, her sexual growth is very real, her experiences are something that a lot of people go through when they grow into sexuality at an early age, and then start discovering what their feelings are.Elliotoh dear, Elliot kills me, I just love him Elliot is very real, he s the imperfect man tha [...]

    19. I absolutely adore this book With so many new stories about BDSM, I find myself always going back to this novel as if it is some sort of source material that others used and created new tales with The storyline is steamy I keep trying to find stories that feel original, and just cannot find something like this Truly one of my favorite Anne Rice novels Not to mention, there s a cute film adaptation if you re interested in adaptation theory.

    20. It starts off hot and sexy, but develops into a typical romance I liked the book enough to finish it, but I was a bit disappointed.

    21. True story I first read this book when I was 13, and rebound it with a Buffy, the Vampire Slayer novel cover, so I could read it without attracting comment The book felt shocking and scandalous then, but now it feels to me like a traditional romance novel surrounded by the trappings of BDSM I think this book is a paean to embracing and owning your sexuality, and that nothing consenting adults do to each other is wrong I think it s generally a positive fantasy depiction of BDSM However, it s also [...]

    22. I read this a while ago and recently re read it After reading Fifty Shades of Gray and being sorely disappointed from the hype, I recalled this book as one of the first erotica I read and remembered how good Anne Rice was writing this genre The sex love scenes weren t just a novelty like it felt in 50, but a major part of the development of Lisa and Elliot s love I first read this book when I was a teenager so of course the hype of the sex exposure was influential and memorable to me at the tim [...]

    23. Al mejor estilo de la narrativa que se muestra en la saga de La Bella Durmiente, Anne vuelve a presentar una historia de amor fuera de lo com n Una trama que todo fan de Las 50 Sombras de Grey ya que ha surgido la insultante comparaci n deber a leer para que luego quemen esos tres libros que son una ofensa a ese mundo tan fascinante que nos presenta Anne Rice en esta serie de literatura er tica Esta entrega en especial describe el descubrimiento del amor en un universo lleno de pasi n Lisa es un [...]

    24. Anne Rice by any name has written both fiction and fantasy novels Exit to Eden is a work of fiction, not fantasy is are the Sleeping Beauty trilogy which is extreme BDSM Her writing is to her usual standard, meaning much better than most erotica writers, who concentrate on sex only, rather than sex, and sensuality as Anne Rice does The story line makes sense the characters are well drawn and developed within the confines of this novel In the realms of BDSM, it is on the lines of BD bondage and [...]

    25. This was the first adult book I ever read and what a great beginning it was Anne s lush writing style and frank descriptions of sex drove my young brain and body into a fevered overdrive I wanted to go to the island she described I wanted to feel the sting of the crop on my legs And when the two of them escaped to New Orleans, I wanted to experience the buttery nipples, dusted with cinnamon It lit me on fire.The book took me places in my imagination that eventually led to my first satisfaction I [...]

    26. I m not great at writing book reviews, but here goesI LOVED this book.right up to the last 1 4 It was sexy and provocative and everything you d want in a book of this type It had SO much promise And then it turned into a moderately schmaltzy romance novel Don t get me wrong, I understand sort of why the book went in the direction it did People change Your way of looking at life changes And I LIKED the way it ended I didn t LOVE the way it ended.I like how you get to know the characters Even if y [...]

    27. I had read this when I was a teenager, and remember it being really good so when I saw it in a used bookstore, I figured I d give it another read.Truthfully, I saw flaws this time around than high points It felt like the book didn t know what it was trying to be was it erotica romance woman s existential crisis I don t know which one it was trying to be, but even if you split the book into its component parts, none of them were good examples of that genre The erotica wasn t sexy enough The roma [...]

    28. If you have seen the movie, there is little that stayed the same There are no cops, the slaves where no clothing and sign a contract and are required to stay the full length of that contract no matter what Way risqu than the movie.I knew this going in, but was still surprise at how different the book it and I do not mean that it was sexually graphic In the movie, the cop story was a large part of the movie and it is not in the book This is much romance I can also see a lot of Anne Rice s Slee [...]

    29. A number of people I know recommended this, telling how great a novel it was It is a OK novel, not great, not bad, but it definitely did not live up to the recommendations I think Anne Rice the author is at her best describing her characters world, their surroundings and this book is good at that I suppose part of my disappointment was the predictable cardboard like characters of this book Anne Rice goes on later in her career with some very memorable characters, this book did not have them I wo [...]

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