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"Exit to Eden" is a novel by Anne Rice, initially published in 1985
under the pen name Anne Rampling, but subsequently under Rice's name.
Lisa Kelly manages an isolated BDSM resort called The Club that offers
its high-end clients an exclusive setting in which they can experience
the life of a Master or Mistress. Prospective sex slaves, paid at the
end of their term at Eden (which varies from six months to two years),
are presented at auctions by the most respected Trainers from across the
world. As Head Female Trainer and co-founder Kelly gets first pick of
the new slaves, and chooses Elliot Slater - with whom she shares an
immediate and undeniable chemistry that intensifies throughout their
time together, eventually resulting in love.
1994 film version
A film version, "Exit To Eden" was produced in 1994 starring Dana Delany
and Paul Mercurio in the roles of Elliot and Lisa, but was heavily
rewritten by the studio as a buddy-cop comedy, using new characters
played by Dan Aykroyd and Rosie O'Donnell. The film was almost
universally panned by critics and Rice publicly disassociated herself
from the production.
(This article incorporates text from the Exit to Eden article in Wikipedia.)
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