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With dizzying speed beautiful Fiona McQuade went from shopgirl to protege of a duke and duchess Dazzled by the luxurious living Fiona forgot her lowly origins and even dreamed of marrying Viscount Will Huxley the duchess's handsome lover But of course the arrogant duke and duchess had other plans for the lovely Fiona They all were members of the dreaded Hellfire Club jaded nobility who satiated their decadent desires on the young and innocent And so the unawakened Fiona was ravished by many men the handsome Will Huxley among them She had been sold into sexual slavery and Fiona vowed they all would pay even the man she loved


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    I won't paraphrase this book but I'd like to comment on a few things that either disappointed or set my praise The heroineThe heroine Fiona had a solid starting pitch she was low birth but very much aware of her aesthetic gifts and didn't mind inwardly sniping any bitch who disdained her sometimes pointblank too I'd much rather a heroine be cognizant of her personal tools of trade than to be ignorant and get herself trampled over because 'good girls don't play games' and all that Because let's face it life is going to fuck you over either way at least give it a round or two of its ownWhile self aware to an extent Fiona still made a lot of ridiculously asinine decisions that led to her ruin mentally for the most part but kept surfacing hitherto She was a self admitted kept woman and preferred that over working her skills in the hat making and dress alteration business I mean both had its perks A glamorous although sometimes degrading lifestyle of being the upper crust's mistress or a self made woman with a business tilt and strong constitution Fiona? Not so muchAll in all I liked her Her story was a very hard to chew tact and I know the conflict of her good girl bad girl kept woman or self empowered potential kept me on the fence but that's what she ultimately wanted If she's willing to put her ass on the line as the bills need paid who the hell am I to blame her for what kinda currency she pays with if it's victimless? She knew what she was doing after the gig was upThe storyThe backdrop of the story was circulating around a very oppressed secondary third rate citizen status but really really came across as hypocritical because well Fiona didn't even want to work and the love interest who pursued her was a spokesman for the working class BUT he lived in luxury himselfand that ALWAYS bothers me because IMO if you're going to preach humility and the evils of the rich than you'd best be devoting your every luxury within reason to the cause y'know? It doesn't exonerate your richness either Why are some people considered acceptably rich? I don't see them donating their London townhouses or gondola tours of Italy It says to me that you believe your wealth is safe if you point other the destitute towards other wealthy assholes instead of your own wealth Nice trick but nope If you want to help the poor you're likely going to need to bankrupt yourself in the process giving all you can IMO That's the real causeAnother thing that stuck in my craw was that the mob rule acceptability level was really crazy If violence was forwarded to the working class citizen it was appalling and unprecedented but if the mob rule destroyed at random it wasn't their fault it was just their oppression made them do it They were victims to their own violence Bullshit Utter bullshit Fuck that ideology Fuck it real nice like Even when the heroine was nearly accosted herself the political love interest cried it off as results of oppression It's hard to see raping and pillaging as anything other than it is nor will a message of oppression be heard through said carnage Expecting an honest and fair wage is the pursuit of any free country Using people like cattle has always been the route of any empowered people but I detest violence being the result unless it's in self defense at your doorstep with a clear and visible opponent It boggled me how the violence on either side was simply brushed off as commonplace in this setting JFC We get a lot of demonstration of the suffering of human beings who'd do anything for a penny or leverage Needless to say it wasn't always rape in the Hellfire Club arranged orgies it was easy to pay some farm girl to give up her goods for a few pennies for the entertainment of the jaded ton Even the 'for the people' political leaders and radicals were hot on the messAfter the heroine's spectacular meeting with the Hellfire Club I really started helping her plan out her revenge I had a mental treehouse with ballistics and spreadsheets of their every piss break to hopefully exact the revenge on those jackals Most of the time she wised up a great deal but then she'd retract too Ah those girls who are the 'make the best of a bad situation' types I can relate all too well She gave as good as she got although one particular injustice went without notice and I suppose that was Payes' bodice ripping payoff sometimes shitty people get away with a lot of shitty things It's shittyThe heroIt's odd but most of the males good or professedly bad were indistinguishable The hero had a lot of good graces as well as the Hellfire stoking bit but in the end I think he arced out of that ass shot temperament without Fiona breaking his character into a good and honorable facade Wrapping it upIn the end the heroine hero's rejoice of love left the story stuck in a kind of a rut for the last 25% where pretty good guys died to facilitate the HEA and it made for this embarrassing after orgy dash to acquire lost underwear in a pile in the corner All in all to me the book can be summed up as A lot of terrible people sometimes doing good things D35 stars