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Lords of Passion

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  • Posted September 20, 2011

    SO DISAPPOINTED.....

    I had high hopes for this book, but it just did not deliver. The first story was the wost romance I've ever read and was written like a preschooler would write. The other books were OK, but definitely not page turners. For real romance look at Hannah Howell books.

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  • Posted October 30, 2010

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    These are three entertaining Regency romances

    Beauty and the Brute" by Virginia Henley. In 1819 her father paid off his gambling debt by giving his young daughter Lady Sarah Caversham in marriage to Charles Lennox who is embarking on his Grand Tour. Three years later, they are to wed, but Charles is stunned by the confident beauty he will soon call wife as she is nothing like the shy teen he remembers. His plan has changed as he wants to win her affection and love too.-------------------

    "How to Seduce a Wife" by Kate Pearce. In 1816 Louisa March wishes her prim and proper even in bed husband Nicholas was more daring like the males in the novels she reads. Nicholas is shocked to realize his new bride wants more adventure in their sex so he turns to a courtesan for mentoring.--------------------

    "Not Quite a Courtesan" by Maggie Robinson. In 1818 prim and proper Prudence Thorn tries to help her distraught cousin with a marital issue. At a courtesan's home she meets ultra charming porn importer Darius Shaw, the brother to her cousin's husband. Between his slick tongue seduction, the graphic art and the sexual locale, Prudence sheds her inhibitions for that of a love slave.----------------------

    These are three entertaining Regency romances starring wonderful protagonists learning first comes lust and than comes love.-----------

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    Enthusiastically erotic, engaging and entertaining!

    "Lords of Passion" offers three delightfully decadent novellas from a trio of outstanding historical erotic romance authors. In Virginia Henley's "Beauty and the Brute", an arranged marriage contract between two entitled teens later becomes a passionate duel of minds and bodies. "How To Seduce A Wife" By Kate Pearce is a lesson in adventuresome sensuality, in which the seducer husband learns as much as his wifely pupil. My favorite of the three is "Not Quite a Courtesan" by Maggie Robinson. Proper Prudence Thorne meets decadent Darius Shaw, and as she sheds her inhibitions one by one, she entwines her worldly rogue in a trap of his own making. These three Lords are passionate, provocative, and pleasurable, indeed! Prepare to be entertained, and let your fantasies take you where they may. With luck, you will encounter your very own passionate provocateur!

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