Beauty's Release - Study Guide Laurent: Memories of the Castle and the Village Summary & Analysis

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Laurent reminisces about his days in the palace serving Lady Elvera. He misses his morning whipping which is followed by a chase through the garden in order to catch and rape one of the princesses. He regrets that, though he wanted to, he was never able to couple with Beauty, the Crown Prince's favorite. He feels that the sex slaves' position is particularly degrading because of their equality with their Masters. The fact that one day they will return to their positions as royalty makes it very uncomfortable and embarrassing when Princes from other lands visit and receive demonstrations of the sex slaves' servitude.

Two days before the raid on the Village, Laurent decides to run away from Lady Elvera's household. Although he is happy with his Mistress, he is tempted by the...

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