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Author: Chloe Thurlow
ISBN: 1907016414
Language: English
Pages: 240 pages
Category: Erotica
Publisher: Xcite Books (January 3, 2011)
Rating: 4.8
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She becomes Chengi – Girl. Chloë Thurlow lives in a Chelsea attic and writes her stories from two to six in the dead hours of night. At twenty-seven, Chloë is the author of three erotic novels praised for their lyrical writing style and unblushing sensuality.

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Chloe Thurlow does it again! She is fast becoming my favourite writer. No-one seems to write erotica as if its a 'proper' book, except for Chloe.

Emily feels wicked, liberated, daring. Chloe Thurlow does it again! She is fast becoming my favourite writer. There is an excellent story as well as the well written, beautifully steamy interludes as our heroine gets up to her naughty tricks. Feb 08, 2016 Lindsay rated it liked it.

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And Chloe Thurlow is not an every day writer. Girl Trade is about self-discovery in a horrid situation. I wouldn’t recommend it to everyone because of the obscene, sadomasochistic scenes that play out in the story. However, the deep psychology that bleeds through each page is raw and unyielding, only a person with a deep insight into humanity can write such a tale.

Published by Accent Press Ltd – 2010. The story contained within this book is a work of fiction. Paperback ISBN 9781907016417 PDF ebook ISBN 9781907726231 ePub ebook ISBN 9781907761386. Names and characters are the product of the author’s imagination and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

After being captured by people smugglers, on the perilous journey by boat along the African coast, the girl they call Chengi discovers from the sheikh a taste for the whip and the perverse joys of discipline. As she sheds her rights, as well as her clothes, so she sheds her preconceptions. At the sheikh's fort on the edge of the Sahara, she revels in being an object of desire and becomes the perfect concubine.   As Chengi learns the craft of love, she explores the deep mystery of her awakened sexuality, a fairy tale life that ends in betrayal when she is carried off by camel herders to the slave market in Timbuktu. She is sold to black magic pagans planning a human sacrifice. Will the sheikh save her? Or was their erotic passion just a dream? Chengi must wait until All Soul's Night to learn her extraordinary fate. "Never in all the hundreds and thousands of romance tales and stories that I have read over the decades has a novel left me so speechless. Brilliant. " Brynn Carson, Simply Erotic Reviews
Comments (7)
Debeme
This is the first book I have read written by Chloe Thurlow. I was not expecting to be captivated by the story of a girl whose life was changed as she experienced freedom and slavery at the same time. The scenes of sexual encounters are as erotic as any I have read perhaps because you experience the so through the mind of a girl who has somehow managed to let go completely of her past and accept every new experience that awaits her. What is troubling is that I am quite sure the slavery of girls goes on throughout the world and perhaps can never or will never be stopped. If you are looking for an erotic romance sprinkled with sex that does not open your mind pass on this book but if you want more - I recommend this book.
Dagdatus
As the protagonist leaves her mundane life of conformity, her publishing house job, and confining office outfits, she yearns for an adventure. She wants to feel awake and alive, not "like a clone among clones" stuck with her London job, predictable friends, and an unimaginative boyfriend. Her senses are dulled, and her emotions are flat. Her life has no pleasure nor pain. She feels nothing and is ready to trade that kind of stifling existence for anything different. Any sensation, even the physical pain or sexual humiliation, would be a vast improvement over the nothingness that she feels in her civilized life. As she sheds her clothes and her inhibitions, she develops a new identity and learns to feel again, both pain and pleasure, and myriad of sensations that come in-between. To me, the need to escape the mundane, at any cost, was one of the most powerful ideas in the book. If you have never experienced life that was so confining that it left you feeling emotionally, mentally, and physically dead, you are lucky, and this idea might not hit home with you. But for those of us who were at some point in life stuck neck-deep in infinite boredom, her yearning to escape that life, at any cost, doesn't seem that far-fetched.

The book is extremely well-written, with vivid settings, sensual descriptions of exotic belly-dancers, flavorful foods and drinks, the smells, the sounds, and the tastes of distant oceans, uninhabited islands, and the mesmerizing Sahara desert. All the different cultures described and the foreign languages spoken in the book add to the excitement and the suspense. The way the protagonist adjusts her Western identity to these foreign and exotic circumstances is fascinating to read about.

And just a reminder to those readers who wonder whether what the men do to the girl in the book is legal, whether the book promotes sex trade, sends the message to men that women want to be raped and abused, etc., etc., please remember that this is fiction, erotica, and fantasy, not a political or a social statement. The ultimate loss of control and sexual surrender that this book portrays is appealing to women who are busy, on schedule, and very much in control in their real lives. It's a wild escape from reality and a fun reminder that there's a sensual side to life that is often forgotten among errands. And you don't have to travel to an exotic island to have these experiences. But it wouldn't hurt. Or maybe, it would, judging by what happened in the novel, but the experience might still be worth it.
Maman
Oh. My. Word.
when I started this book I thought "what have I gotten into here?" Not unlike our heroine, btw.
But the story grabbed me hard and fast and never let me go.
Could it happen?
Damn, I kinda hope so.....
This isn't an every-day story. And Chloe Thurlow is not an every day writer. She's the real deal, with depth and breadth and don't forget the steamy sex.
wish I could give it 6 stars.
LivingCross
I had no idea what to expect when I picked up this book. The first chapter gripped me in a whirlwind of feelings: interest, suspense, disgust, and anger. I have zero tolerance for someone forcing their will on others unless the other party gives her permission to do so. However, the main character in Girl Trade is surprised and a bit horrified to discover how sexually responsive her body is to the abuse of a heavy-handed Arab.

At the beginning of the tale, the main character has a great job in London and loads of friends. Now single she decides to go on holiday to figure out what she wants out of life. While on the beach, sunning in the nude, on an impulse she swims to another island where she’s captured and forced by Arabs to do degrading things right there. What the Arab does to her is appalling, but the brilliance of Chloe’s writing and her crafty way of allowing us as readers to be inside the main character’s head dulled the hatred I felt toward this man.

Girl Trade is about self-discovery in a horrid situation. I wouldn’t recommend it to everyone because of the obscene, sadomasochistic scenes that play out in the story. However, the deep psychology that bleeds through each page is raw and unyielding, only a person with a deep insight into humanity can write such a tale. The story is well-written, poetic, and stitched together by a rare artist of our time, who not only knows how to weave a compelling story but is insightful. A thinker, like Ralph Waldo Emerson. Her books should be mandatory to read in college—especially if you’re majoring in psychology or something along those lines. Students should have to write a report on it and group discussions should follow. Chloe is that good. If you’re not a bubble-head, you’ll appreciate her style. You’ll get the metaphors, the underlining meanings, and the unapologetic truths regarding our human nature, to where you’ll be driven to read her other books and become a fan for life.