Review of The Insatiable Jane Travers

The Insatiable Jane Travers is an erotic FFM story and is the debut novel from Isabelle Lauren.

The Insatiable Jane Travers

The year is 1926, and Jane Travers is spending the summer at the house of an old family friend, Rachel. Jane is an orphan, having lost her parents five years previously and since then she has lived with her staid and stuffy Aunt Lydia and Uncle Henry. Jane can see no prospect of leaving their home as she has always been led to believe that her parents left their entire estate to Uncle Henry. Jane is expecting a few wild parties during her stay with Rachel, and she soon learns that the parties are more risqué than she had in mind as Rachel is renowned for hosting sex parties. Lilian, a singer, is also a summer guest along with Sidney, an old boyfriend of Jane, and between them they give Jane her unforgettable first sexual experiences and awaken her sexual curiosity.

The Plot

The Insatiable Jane Travers definitely has a  plot and is not just a loosely connected collection of sex scenes like some erotic novels. Jane arrives at Rachel’s for the summer with very little knowledge of sex due to her sheltered upbringing. Rachel provides a safe and non-judgemental environment with like-minded people  for Jane to learn and blossom, and Jane soon discovers she enjoys sex in many different ways and can’t get enough. Jane is eager to get new sexual experiences and  develops an insatiable appetite for sex!  By chance, Jane also discovers that Uncle Henry has not been truthful with her, which leads to Jane’s personal circumstances changing dramatically, meaning  a future she could have never imagined.

Sex Scenes

The sex scenes are very well written and are certainly believable. Isabelle has not used flowery language but has chosen language that fits exactly with the urges and passions that I could imagine the characters were feeling in a highly charged sexual environment. I did feel like I was present at the parties being a voyeur along with all the others in the room.  Jane’s transition from shy virgin to full-on sex kitten is the backbone of the story and is a delight to follow.

 

“The blonde woman had two cocks in her now: one in her mouth and one in her cunt. She seemed to really enjoy it. The other woman kept fondling her breasts, every now and then reaching over to rub the blonde woman’s clit.

 Jane could feel her wetness gather in her own cunt. It looked delicious to be used and pleased by so many people.”

The Era

The Insatiable Jane Travers is set in the 1920, and Isabelle has described the furnishings,  fashions and hairstyles of the era. I would have liked there to have been a little more description of the era to set the scene, such as describing the models of car that appeared. But this is a minor point and does not detract from the story.

Am I A Slut?

One theme running through the book that did give me a wry smile was that like so many women, even in today’s society, Jane is bothered by what other people may think of her if she indulges in what she considers to be brazen sexual activity. She is particularly concerned about Sidney, as she is hoping that she might marry him one day and will being considered a ‘slut’ put him off her?

Conclusion

I thoughtwas an excellent book. The sex scenes were steamy and believable with Jane living up to the title of the book. The standard of writing was outstanding, and the plot and story were easy to follow. I am left wondering what happens to Jane and her chums now, and I do hope that there will be a sequel at some point!

More information can be found on Isabelle Lauren’s website

The insatiable Jane Travers is published on 6th December and is available for pre-order at a price of £2.49 from:

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This book was sent to me by Isabelle at no cost in exchange for a fair and honest review

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