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Seductive as Flame

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2011

    Very erotic and romantic

    Susan Johnson's books are hit and miss for me but this one was great. I love how her characters are flawed, not in the usual romance way - even the female lead, even the men after they are redeemed by love and usually become perfect sometimes have a selfish thought or do something just because they want to. Not always politically correct but sometimes laugh out loud funny. And Zelda & Alec's story was super.

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  • Posted October 14, 2011

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    fun erotic late Victorian romance

    In 1894 independent Griselda "Zelda" MacKenzie returns home from Brazil after a successful orchid hunting trip. At the Duke and Duchess of Groveland's gala, Zelda in a strange outfit with odd jewels meets womanizing earl, Alec Munro. Though married to the nasty Violetta, he makes it clear that he wants the exotic Scottish beauty in his bed. Although bed hopping has become an acceptable activity amongst the Ton unless you are caught, she is attracted to him but has doubts due to his marital status.

    However, her desire supersedes her caution. Zelda and Alec make love numerous times as neither can have enough sex with the other. He promises his beloved he will divorce his wife so they can marry. However, both are concerned over the well being of his six year old son Chris, who he loves though he is the offspring of his wife's first husband.

    Although the story line is extremely thin except in the boudoir, fans of Susan Johnson will enjoy her latest erotic late Victorian romance (see Gorgeous as Sin, Sexy as Hell and Sweet as the Devil). The boudoir scenes are scintillating, slow and steamy; while the relatively ethical lead couple is a nice pairing of a feisty female with a philandering married male.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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