When an eager and curious Jane Eyre arrives at Thornfield Hall her sexual desires are instantly awakened. Who is the enigmatic Rochester. JANE EYRE LAID BARE BY CHARLOTTE BRONTE AND EVE. SINCLAIR PDF. From now, discovering the completed site that offers the finished books will. Editorial Reviews. Review. 'If you are snobby about your smut then it's a good buy' Heat. About the Author. Charlotte Brontë: Charlotte Brontë was born in.
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A new chapter in a novel is something like a new scene in a play and when I draw up the curtain this time, reader, you must fancy you see a room in the. doubt the tendency of such books as 'Jane Eyre:' in whose eyes whatever is unusual is .. Four hands were immediately laid upon me, and I was borne upstairs. Jane Eyre Laid Bare. View PDF. book | UK & Canada → Pan Macmillan. US → St Martin's Press Inc. It's and Jane Eyre, an innocent.
I was so tired after the Waves, that I lay in the garden and read the Browning love. Jan 18, Lyn rated it did not like it. I was hoping that this re-telling would feature a more romantic updated version of the classic story. However, many of us, I am sure, wondered why Eyre married such a man as Rochester and would like her our favourite strong-willed female protagonist to have done something else, which she does in this book. Pubic hair. Jane Eyre Laid Bare.
Martins eve a novel. Everyone is familiar with Charlotte Bronts passionate, but restrained novel in which the Not since Jane Eyre have I wanted to reread a story. Jessica Dotta is this generations Jane Austen but with.
Truth comprised of bare facts is rarely more flattering. In the middle of the grounds and then, just for the glory of it, lay on their Eyre, was published in and was an immedi-ate success Emilys. That lay before her, and she did not linger now.
A few days. Mily Jane Bront was born in , the fifth child of. England, the heath is bare, rolling, and wild. Charlotte Imperialism Ideology and the Bronts: Villette 1. Martha Rene Navarro Mar 14, Mar 06, R. This book was fascinating. Even though I don't normally like historical romances, I loved the way erotica was blended into the Jane Eyre tale.
And the language! I loved the use of the English language in this novel. It was a real treat and I enjoyed listening to it. The narrator did a fabulous job and really enhanced my experience. The only downer for me was the ending. View all 3 comments. Sep 16, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it it was ok. Okay, I was totally vibing on this and enjoying myself riiiiight up until the ending. But other than that, the rest of the book was just your regular average new adult book, nothing more, nothing less.
If you're just in it for the smut, carry on my wayward son. If you can't handle shitty, unsatisfying endings, DON'T read this. Jun 24, Simay Yildiz rated it did not like it. Jun 12, Lexie rated it did not like it Shelves: This story I read a little bit of it and decided that the author, although she was a huge fan of this story, did not understand Charlotte's original intent on writing Jane Eyre.
The focus of the book by Bronte, though it has romantic elements, is NOT romance. It is the story of women who are oppressed and repressed in a society of men who dictate their actions.
If Sinclair really wanted to make this a modern story she should have set it in OUR time period. This book is a desecration of a lite This story This book is a desecration of a literary masterpiece and if I were Charlotte Bronte, I would haunt this author in her sleep for desecrating this story. Jan 01, Courtney Jimmie rated it did not like it Shelves: I had high hopes for this book.
Rochester was up to some kinky stuff. I was hoping that this would be a reworking that took the original and just expanded upon it in ways that made sense. This novel turned out to be Jane Eyre falling down the rabbit hole and ending up in some sort of porno Wonderland.
It was batshit crazy. Nov 27, Ashley Schuster rated it did not like it Shelves: Even knowing that I wasn't in for a tasteful spin on my favorite book, I tried.
Sinclair took on a big job and did it very poorly; it's almost like a weekend novel or Pride and Prejudice and Zombies another cringer. It's incongruous, passages are poorly integrated, and the characters are defiled in so many ways! Even the erotic sections pasted between verbatim passages from the original were disturbing and half-assed.
Not to mention that they don't fit with how Jane Eyre in portrayed in other Even knowing that I wasn't in for a tasteful spin on my favorite book, I tried.
Not to mention the perversion of Bessie, Helen, Emma, the despicable Brocklehurst Jane would not be such a feckless creature as to not have control over herself as Sinclair is trying to portray! Perverted is a great word for how she did these characters and especially Jane and Edward themselves!
I wouldn't get this book if you haven't already. The low rating should be lower IMHO is well deserved. Sep 28, Amanda rated it did not like it. I used to think that any free book a friend gave to me was worth reading.
I no longer feel this way. This book is absolute trash.
Jane Eyre, sex kitten! Mwa ha ha - love it. View all 12 comments. Oct 20, Monique Mulligan rated it did not like it. With 50 Shades of Grey E. It took three pages to put me in a state of frenzy. Of indignation, dear Reader, not panting breathlessness. I cried si With 50 Shades of Grey E. I cried silently. When she meets Mr Rochester a strange horseman her imagination is quick to take hold.
Before long, she finds herself drawn into a sensual world far beyond her inexperienced imaginings, with Mr Rochester thrust right into the spotlight. Here are restraints. And more, more, more For the full review, see www. View 1 comment. Jane Eyre is my favourite novel. In trips to the bookstores lately, I had noticed that a number of classic novels were being given the erotic treatment. Now I like a good literary romp as much as the next woman; this was a sad disappointment. Yes, Bronte's work is present; and yes, it provides ample opportunity for eroticism.
Sinclair puts it in like a bad cut and paste job. Not only that, but the story ends abruptly without resolution. Kinda like this review Dec 27, ElphaReads rated it did not like it Shelves: My rating would actually be 1.
The concept was so promising. It is my sad duty to report that this did not live up to any of my not even that high expectations. Orphan girl leaves her abusive ward to get and education, is hired as a governess by a secretive but dashing and passionate man for his own ward, they fall in love, but it turns out he has a crazy woman in the attic and she leaves heartbroken.
Then she finds some long lost relatives, is pursued by her pious and obnoxious cousin, but then returns to her former fiance to find that his wife killed herself and blinded him, so they can now be together. Only this time she is taught about the joys of sex by Rochester, only to find out that he was grooming her for his crazed dominatrix wife but fell in love with her accidentally.
I mean, WHAT??? But nope. The book ends when Jane leaves Thornfield the first time. Why would you end there?
I understand not starting the book until Thornfield, just as I even understand cutting out her visit to Mrs. John of all people probably because my sister came up with some pretty good scenarios about that.
I could also rant forever about Rochester wanting to please Bertha with a sex slave. I want to make perfectly clear that I am not offended by the sex scenes being put in this book. So many reviews on Goodreads were ranting about this, but that kind of criticism just seems so odd to me. What exactly were you guys expecting? I enjoy a good smutty book every once in awhile, so long as the writing is good and the plot engaging.
Sure, some of the sex scenes were pretty well done, but mostly they felt tacked on and emotionless, when Jane and Rochester are supposed to be smoldering. That was admittedly hot.
Oct 20, Marybeth Manhattan Reader rated it it was ok Shelves: So, I just want to start out by saying that I am not a pervert, yet reviewing all this erotica is certainly making me look like one! And I also want to say that Jane Eyre is my favorite classic novel, and I don't read many of those! I was a little nervous picking this up because Jane Eyre is my favorite novel, but I decided, "What the hell," and from the beginning the differences are more than obvious.
I fo So, I just want to start out by saying that I am not a pervert, yet reviewing all this erotica is certainly making me look like one!
I found myself glazing right over the classic writing and trying to find my foot on the new style. Maybe it was because I could understand it better or maybe it was just because it actually moved the story along, I'm not sure. And obviously the characters aren't the same but I wish that Sinclair had done a little more justice to them than what I saw. Maybe I'm just being extra picky, but there is a lot of work that should have been done to make it believable, in my opinion.
There are a lot of sexual tension, which is what mostly this novel is made out of.
Its this never ending tension between the two characters. At some points I thought the novel was going places but at other times I was just really confused, wondering what I was reading.
Overall, it was interesting. Sinclair made a bold move reworking this novel and releasing it. I think, for the most part, she did a good job, but not what could have been done. I say that if you are a fan, read at your own risk!
And if you have never read Jane Eyre, then you have nothing to lose but time. Oct 18, Maria Mitchell rated it did not like it Shelves: I received this book for free through GoodReads First Reads in the exchange for a review.
It's been many years since I read Bronte's original Jane Eyre. However I look back on the novel as a favorite. I was hoping that this re-telling would feature a more romantic updated version of the classic story.
However I was very wrong.
Eve Sinclair seemed to keep some of the original text and stylized older writing but then added in some erotic scenes that many times I found distasteful rather than sexy. I realize that erotica is taking the market by storm and that's what selling but it ruined this book for me.
Even the romance, attraction and tension between Jane and Mr. Rochester was spoiled by lesbian undertones with Jane and past romantic encounters.
Thus the romance was less in my eyes.
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