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Gaijin - Remittance Girl
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4.27 75
Format: kindle
ASIN: 7871721
Publisher: Burning Book Press
Pages no: 76
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elizabetta rated it
4.0 Gaijin
3.5 starsThe trope of this erotic interlude is familiar: a blond-haired, blue-eyed gaijin working as a ‘hostess’ in Tokyo is secreted away by a powerful Japanese yakuza to be his personal love slave...Some of the visual imagery was lovely and I appreciated the straight-forward, clean writing. With a...
Loederkoningin rated it
Talk about the definition of a mindfuck! Being abducted and abused by a breathtaking piece of art... From just beneath his collarbone, over the entire surface of his chest, to the black band of fabric at his waist, was a garden, a zoo, a kaleidoscopic riot. Across one shoulder and down the right arm...
Kyahgirl rated it
4/5; 4 stars; A-This book totally took me by surprise. I thought it was very well written, interesting, disturbing and completely engaging. For a short story, the author did a great job on characterizations. I was impressed. This is a dark, erotic story. I will definitely read more by this au...
Books are like Air ...
Books are like Air ... rated it
5 StarsThis is a brutal story of a Gaijin’s abduction due to her own ignorance. Shindo frightened her and she avoided him. This self-preservation tactic was viewed as rudeness. In order to “save face” Shindo, a Yakuza leader, had Jennifer abducted and brought to him where he held her against her wil...
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker
Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker rated it
I read this one a while back but after reading Comfort Food, I felt compelled to come back to this book and do a quick review. This book, while explicit, and a bit extreme for the average reader, is as much a psychological read as it is a sexual read. Remittance Girl takes risks and succeeds.
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