THE CONVENT, THE NUNS AND THE NAZIS In a quiet valley somewhere in central Europe, Castle Montebello, a Convent of nuns, seems sheltered from World War II which is raging around it. The convents young Mother Superior Therese prays it will stay thatMoreTHE CONVENT, THE NUNS AND THE NAZIS In a quiet valley somewhere in central Europe, Castle Montebello, a Convent of nuns, seems sheltered from World War II which is raging around it. The convents young Mother Superior Therese prays it will stay that way.
But her worst fears are realized when the Imperial Army commandeers the Castle as a natural military strongpoint. Prince Mefist, the commander, is a sexual sybarite and his men are sex crazed soldiers. Therese soon discovers she can not protect her charges from the bestial lusts of the men who have occupied the convent. Prince Mefist demands the younger nuns for the officers bordello and forces her to choose between giving him the sisters or having him seize wives and daughters from the local village.
Resigned to the inevitable, Therese submits and assumes her new position of madam. It is up to Therese and her nuns to keep the kinky Mefist, his sister Wanda, and the officers happy. Therese is surprised to find herself enjoying lesbian sex with Wanda, and comforting a lonely partisan. She tries to keep Mefist at a distance but he is too attractive. He persuades her to dine and dance wearing only lingerie and stockings and she enjoys sitting naked on his lap and sharing her orgasms.
She learns more when he joins her and Wanda in bed. Feeling Mefist between Wandas legs as they make love beside her is the most exciting thing she has known. Here is what reviewer Josh Horne had to say about Eric Georges first erotic novel, Foreign Affairs: I could not keep my eyes off the book.
It is mind-blowing. The author takes you through such an exiting journey of sex, passion, hidden fantasies and much more. Each chapter is a different erotic storythat will trigger your mind and will make you want to read more and more. Honestly it is hard to put down. Cover: Matthias Barth