Breaking Faith

Breaking Faith When innocence meets corruption which will triumph Bullied and kept ignorant of the world by her father a young woman finds employment with a worldly wise glamour photographer Both are equally deter

  • Title: Breaking Faith
  • Author: Stuart Aken
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  • Page: 176
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  • Breaking Faith

    When innocence meets corruption, which will triumph Bullied and kept ignorant of the world by her father, a young woman finds employment with a worldly wise glamour photographer Both are equally determined to change the other Who will succeed Raised and educated in isolation by the pious Heacham, as financial support and skivvy for his laziness, and nursemaid to her sevWhen innocence meets corruption, which will triumph Bullied and kept ignorant of the world by her father, a young woman finds employment with a worldly wise glamour photographer Both are equally determined to change the other Who will succeed Raised and educated in isolation by the pious Heacham, as financial support and skivvy for his laziness, and nursemaid to her severely brain damaged younger sister, Faith is naive and innocent Educated via a censored encyclopaedia, the Bible and a set of Victorian sermons, she is far from dim and quickly builds on her intelligence by reading voraciously once given the chance.Pressured into working for Leighton, successful local photographer and stud, she slowly falls in love with this basically kind but flawed man Intrigued by her mix of cleverness and ignorance, he sets about undermining her utter reliance on Heacham s indoctrination But Mervyn, his coarse misogynist assistant, hates Faith on principle, taking advantage of her inexperience to terrify her with threats of sexual violence.Netta, her beautiful youngest sister, returns unexpectedly to her after being estranged Hungry for attention and exposure, this sexual predator entices Leighton Faith also discovers her absentee mother, who reveals secrets about Faith s past that put her through trials and make her further question Heacham s beliefs.In this story of love, bigotry, murder, sex and betrayal, set in northern England during 1976, when a heat wave seared the land, will Faith s innocence and honest courage overcome corruption and violence, or will powerful forces outside her control destroy her

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    1. R.J. Askew

      For Philip Larkin, one of our chippiest English poets, sex began in 1963, too late for him. In his 'Annus Mirabilis' poem, he says sex began between the failed attempt to ban D.H.Lawrence's 'Lady Chatterly's Lover' because of its explicit references to sex and the Beatles' first LP. In 1971, our traditionally prudish attitudes to sex were turned into comedy in 'No Sex Please, We're British.'But the sexual jack-in-a-box was out of his box and never going back. Maybe we were more innocent back the [...]

    2. Cathy Speight

      I have to applaud Stuart Aken for a memorable story that inhabits your mind long after you’ve clicked that last page.It starts with a ‘broken’ Faith, a young woman abominably treated by her bully of a father, a puritanical hypocrite. When she eventually manages to flee from her hell, she is taken in by a successful photographer, Leigh, who is loved, adored and revered by women. The idolatry he receives from thousands of women is reciprocated with sex; lots and lots and lots of it, shameles [...]

    3. Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews)

      You often hear about stories that stay with you long after they have been read. Well, for me this was 'that' story. I was bombarded by several different emotions whilst reading this book and I loved every minute of it!This book was a rites of passage tale. We are taken on a journey by the female lead of this story and how her life changes therein. I was amazed at how much time and emotion I invested in each of the characters – really feeling their every emotion, they were so real to me. I also [...]

    4. April Taylor

      This is set in the sizzling English summer of 1976 when reservoirs dried up in the Yorkshire Dales. Aken brings the setting alive so that it is one of the characters. The plot deals with innocent Faith's journey into knowledge of love, but she also suffers hardship and threats on the way. I read this in one sitting and know it is one of that small group of books I shall happily return to again and again. I've read it twice already. Aken's delicate brush strokes of colour make the main characters [...]

    5. Linda Acaster

      If you like your novels in the erotic field, try this story of glamour photographer & local stud Leighton and naive Faith, finding her feet and her place in the world after being mentally abused by her father. All to the backdrop of beautiful Yorkshire Dales landscapes in the scorching summer of 1976.

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