The Dark Heart of Roger Lomax

The Dark Heart of Roger Lomax

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A wonderfully crafted tale of perversion, lust, incest and utter depravity.In the eyes of the world, Roger Lomax is a loving husband and father as well as a professional hypnotherapist, who runs a thriving business in the small town of West Hampton, but Roger is not all that he appears. Beneath the air of respectability, lurks a dark, dark heart fed by deep disturbing erotic emotions which Roger relished and indulged in whenever and wherever he could.His plain, boring wife Vanessa is the object of his scorn. They only thing she lived for was to please Roger, but the only thing he lived for was watching the maturing of his beautiful daughter, Sophie, who he lusted after more and more as the months and years went by. He had plans for Sophie, but they would have to wait till she was ready and when that time came, nothing was going to stop him. But Vanessa, too, loved her daughter and her unhappiness about Roger's indifference to her was pushed aside so that she could spend as much precious time with Sophie as her husband would allow. Magically, Vanessa was to find an ally in her unhappiness, in the shape of a pure white cat called Noble and his owner Mrs Hazelwood, a strange old lady who lived in a small house called Willow Cottage and who seemed to know all about Vanessa before even meeting her. As Sophie nears her twelfth birthday, Roger's plans for his daughter's sexual awakening become more and more bizarre, involving elephants and exotic places and as his plans fall into place, Vanessa senses something is very wrong and turns to Mrs Hazelwood for help. But, is it all too late?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 212 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 12.19mm | 376.48g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514189747
  • 9781514189740