The Blonde Geisha by Jina BacarrThe Blonde Geisha by Jina Bacarr

The Blonde Geisha

byJina Bacarr

Paperback | July 25, 2016

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The early summer of 1892 brought a heavy rainy season that year in Japan. Plum Rain, the Japanese called it, because it comes when the fruit bulges with ripeness and promise. Like a young girl reaching womanhood.

A girl like me.

In the ancient Japanese tradition of beauty and grace, sex and erotic fantasies are hidden secrets that only a select few may learn, and which are forbidden to foreigners. But when a threat to her father's life puts her own in jeopardy, young Kathlene Mallory is sent to live in safety at the Tea House of the Look-Back Tree, where she is allowed to glimpse inside the sensual world of the geisha.

During the years of her training in the art of pleasuring men, Kathlene's desires are awakened by the promise of unending physical delights, and she eagerly prepares for the final ritual that will fulfill her dream of becoming a geisha—the selling of her virginity. The man willing to pay for such an honor, Baron Tonda, is not the man for whom Kathlene carries a secret longing, but he is the man who will bring ruin to the teahouse, and danger to Kathlene, if he is disappointed.
Title:The Blonde GeishaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.88 inPublished:July 25, 2016Publisher:SpiceLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0373605676

ISBN - 13:9780373605675

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Erotica I read this book because I absolutely loved Memoirs of a Geisha. I was not prepared for the repetitive sexual fantasies of the young Geishas to be. The main character is an American girl who is raised in Japan to be a Geisha, after being dropped off by her father. There were crude moments that felt distasteful. This book is not for everyone. But it did have a good story line, however it lacked the class and finesse of Memoirs of a Geisha.
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exquisitely Erotic and Utterly Unforgettable Jina Bacarr’s The Blonde Geisha is a story penned in passion and written as if the pages of her novel were pristine rice paper walls that are silently turned back to let us see the sensual tale of erotic discovery unfold as we travel back to 1890s Japan. From the once upon a time of innocent erotic exploration to the explicit education of the soon-to-be geisha to the passionate journey of self discovery and personal power found when surrendering to the other half of your heart, Kathlene Mallory finds that happily ever after rarely comes without great sorrow, heartache and sacrifice. Torn between the love for her absent father, duty to her geisha family and the chance for freedom and an opportunity to escape a destiny and death to avenge the lost child of a Japanese prince, Kathlene must forego her dreams and embrace a cruel reality or risk sentencing everyone she loves to death at the hands of a vengeful father and his merciless killers. Reed Cantrell, a man of the world who is still searching for himself, comes to Japan to honor a promise to a dying man—to find an American girl, left in a Japanese teahouse to be raised as a geisha. His search for the mysterious and elusive blonde geisha leads him to more than just the lost daughter of a loving father, it leads him to a woman who can fulfill his every fantasy and ease his lonely heart. The Blonde Geisha far surpasses Memoirs of a Geisha, bringing to life the scents, sights and sensual sensations that are uniquely ‘geisha.’ You will swear you saw cherry blossoms, tasted sake from a tiny, porcelain cup and felt the touch of a lover’s body on your own. Jina Bacarr does not merely tell a sensual tale, she invites you to partake in a pleasure that is exquisitely erotic and utterly unforgettable.
Date published: 2006-05-12