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The Life and Amours of the Beautiful Kate Percival

Kate Percival

Book Overview: 

This surprisingly explicit erotica follows the sexual awakening and subsequent adventures of its author, Kate Percival, the "belle of the Delaware."

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I am about to do a bold thing. I am about to give to the world the particulars of a life fraught with incident and adventure. I am about to lift the veil from the most voluptuous scenes. I shall disguise nothing, conceal nothing, but shall relate everything that has happened to me just as it occurred. I am what is called a woman of pleasure, and have drained its cup to the very dregs. I have the most extraordinary scenes to depict, but although I shall place everything before the reader in the most explicit language, . . . Read More

Community Reviews

Absolutely silly, the plot is lost, and ridiculous emphasis on the amounts of unbelievable sex that was had got so annoying that I had to up the book

The gay and dashing side of Kate Percival is the only thing that wasn’t exposed it this sexually shocking novel written in the form of an autobiography. When I first started reading it I found myself sympathizing with Kate as she seemed deserted by her family and forsaken by the world. The second ch

Again, like Fanny Hill, or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, prose pornography. Blatant descriptions of the sexual act. All the characters here seem too perfect (with each person described, more or less, as having "perfect beauties"), and the intercourse between them seems rather repetitive and cliche

People are being way too hard on this book. Take it for what it is. An interesting look at victorian era erotica. I always liked reading old erotica because it shows you a glimpse into the past that few history books show. That at our base level, humans throughout history aren't all that different.