Lessons in love and a whole lot more, 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 discovers 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 that 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 estate.
Angela Meadows is a regular short story writer for Xcite Books. The Education of Victoria is her first erotic novel.
Angela is a science graduate who spent 35 years teaching science in secondary schools in various parts of England. Now retired and living close to the border between England and Wales, she devides her time between preparing educational resources and writing fiction. She is married with two step-children and three grandchildren and enjoys singing and country walks. The Education of Victoria is developed from a short story and is Angela's first erotic novel. It was followed by (Night) School for Scandal. Under her real name, Angela has also published a crime-thriller (Painted Ladies) featuring a transsexual detective.
10th April 2012 4:25PM
A good read that will keep you interested. A father sends his daughter to a school for girls to learn how to be a proper lady. The school Victoria goes to certainly teaches her to cook and sew but also many other erotic delights. The story starts out well and is entertaining then near the end feels like the author gave up on the story and ended it poorly.