'Let's get married,' said Jean, presenting Oruela with the strange gift.
'But I don't believe in it,' she protested. 'I want to go to the Sorbonne and meet bohemians and go to salons and live outrageously!'
The lovely Oruela is determined to fit into the lifestyle of opulence among the bright young things of 1920s Biarritz, which is sizzling with decadence. The fabulously wealthy are parading their vices, and she is surrounded by artists, hedonists and intellectuals. Jean is the seemingly devoted lover who will help her realises her wildest dreams. But she has to put her social aspirations on hold when she falls under suspicion for her father's murder. As Oruela becomes embroiled in a series of sensual games, she discovers that blackmail is a powerful weapon that can be used to obtain pleasure as well as money.
An unusual, erotic and beautifully written story set in the heady whirl of French society in the 1920s.
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