Monday, August 6, 2012

Desiree Holt does Northanger Abbey in Classics redone!

Yes, the series that's gotten all the international attention is now
available. Get your copy of Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and Desiree
Holt @ No matter what your ereader, you can find the
format here, including downloading directly to your Kindle. Just go to and click on the Clandestine Classics banner
at the top of the page. This series has been written about in everything
from The WAshington Post to The Wall Street Journal and been discussed on
every major network in the States and the U.K. And Northanger Abbey IS ONLY
$2.96. That's right, only $2.96.

The series takes readers of such classics like “Jane
Eyre<http://www.csmonito topic/Jane+ Eyre>”
and “Pride and Prejudice” from polite parlor conversation to naughty
bedroom banter. The series includes a sadomasochistic version of Charlotte
Bronte <http://www.csmonito topic/Charlotte+ Bronte>’s “Jane
Eyre,” a steamy bedroom take on Jane
Austen<http://www.csmonito topic/Jane+ Austen>’s
“Pride and Prejudice” and “Northanger Abbey,” and even gay-love renderings
of Sir Arthur Conan
Doyle<http://www.csmonito topic/Arthur+ Conan+Doyle>’s
“A Study in Scarlet” and Jules
Verne<http://www.csmonito topic/Jules+ Verne>’s
“Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.”

When Catherine Morland meets John Thorpe and Henry Tilney in Bath, England,
she is thrilled by the attention both men pay her. But she soon realises
what a social climber John is and the very handsome Henry is the man who
lights the sparks inside her. When Henry’s father invites her to visit
their country mansion, Northanger Abbey, she is delighted to have more time
to spend with Henry.

As the days pass Henry introduces her to a whole new world of eroticism, a
world beyond her imaginings. A world where sex knows no boundaries and even
her deepest, most secret fantasies, can be played out behind closed doors.

This is the story of the initiation into life of the naïve but sweetly
appealing heroine, Catherine Moreland. A woman who suddenly finds herself
an enthusiastic participant in the darker side of sexual activities. At the
same time she finds herself embroiled in a real drama of misapprehension,
mistreatment, and mortification, until common sense, humour and a crucial
clarification of Catherine’s financial status, resolve her problems and win
her the approval of Henry’s formidable father.

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