Idle dilettante Archie Duntisbourne thinks his luck has turned when he hears of an inheritance from his eccentric great-aunt Agatha. But the inheritance comes with bizarre and unexpected conditions. The young man must submit to the discipline of a fanatical women's organization dedicated to the suppression of onanism and the reformation of the male gender. Archie finds himself under the control of the beautiful but despotic Miss Harper, who intends to train him to control his desires, urges and habits.
Special bonus: The audiobook edition of The Eradication of Vice includes its sequel, The Restoration of Sin. Archie Duntisbourne continues to suffer at the hands of the British Women's Association for the Eradication of Vice and its cruel regime of enforced chastity. Archie discovers that the Association has enemies...but are they his friends?
Archie’s elderly aunt dies and leaves him a fortune. He must comply with her wishes before he can obtain it. What frothy fun he has to go through with.
I love stories of Female Dominating. The main stories you hear are male Dom's with female submissives. This story definitely brings out the alpha female while she retrains him to be submissive and teaches him to pleasure her.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Eradication of Vice to be better than the print version?
yes. The emotional tone of the dialog gave me the feel of a Dickinsonian Brittain.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Archie Duntisbourne - he has the personality of a bullish but idle dilettante. Archie demands explanations from others in defiance, but he succumbs when he gets paid to do what they want.
Which character – as performed by Teresa-May Whittaker – was your favorite?
Miss Harper - because the narrator captures her mannerisms
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It made me laugh a little at how Archie, a seemingly man of the world, is quite naive about the opposite sex
Any additional comments?
this is a pleasant little story how a naive guy succumbs to the whims of women competing against each other