Wayward Angel by Lizbeth Dusseau
Angel Santana tells her tale of spanking desire and anal lust, beginning with her school girl paddlings. Later, the young slut is caught in a barroom raid and sent to Brody Hall Reformatory for Wayward Women, notorious for its strict discipline. At Brody, Angel undergoes ruthless punishment, plus crude and very anal discipline.
A natural rebel, Angel both fights her treatment and succumbs to Brody discipline—and the seductive dominance of her handsome caseworker, Tony Casals. Free of Brody, Angel struggles to find a place in her life for her unusual lust.
Posted by Donna T on 23rd Apr 2010
Wayward Angel Reviewed by Donna T
Now THIS was an excellent book! I must add it to my ever growing list of ‘favorites’! I love to read a book that pulls me in from the very beginning.. one that grabs my sense of being and puts just enough betrayal, apprehension, and hope within the pages that won’t allow me to put it down, even for an hour. I LOVE those characters to which I can identify… if only for a moment.
Angel, our sassy, bratty schoolgirl, grows up fast in her neighborhood. Although she has heard MANY stories about the hellish place called “Brody Hall”, she and her friends continue with their roguish behaviors. Stealing away to their favorite hangout, the girls get very drunk, very happy, and VERY lewd. The owner tries to step in before trouble comes knockin’!
In the bar’s “back room”, Angel is propositioned by several men only to be arrested and taken away to this nightmarish place she’s heard only by name. Handcuffed and delivered to her caseworker, Tony, Angel begins her torturous, yet self-discovering journey. She realizes she craves punishment and revels in the pleasure/pain it brings. With one mistake too many, she is sent to detention (a fate much worse than alternative school!) and receives punishment far more horrific than she could ever imagine. ‘Surrender’ is the word of the day.
Surviving a lengthy term in Brody Hall and detention, she is released to find pleasure in people she never thought possible. She continues to rendezvous with men that torment and punishment; although she never really finds her hearts desire… until…
Angel, like me, is afraid to allow herself to be free, to love and be loved. She has a fear of relationships because those men that love will eventually leave. When she finds that man her heart seeks, she runs back to those places and ideals that comfort her... afraid to fight for her happiness. However, she’s not the only one fighting!!!