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Sexual Hunger

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  • Posted November 11, 2010

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    intriguing Victorian erotic romance

    In 1899 in London, the Darington twins are the darlings of high society. All the women swoon at the handsome siblings. However, Jason and Jude only want one woman commoner Maria Paladino. She adores both Darington brothers.

    The brothers work as a team enjoying sexual encounters with Maria. However, as they love her, she loves them. Yet she must choose as both Jason and Jude wants Maria to be the mother of the heir and the spare. Maria's brother Rubio, who swears he has second sight, warns her that whoever she rejects by selecting the other will be devastated. However, after deciding to marry Jason, he vanishes with Maria using her other identity in hot sexual pursuit of him on land and at sea while Jude is in hot sexual pursuit of her.

    This is an intriguing Victorian erotic romance with a terrific underlying theme of twins competing for the affection of the same woman. The story line is fast-paced in and out of the boudoir with plenty of suspense although the reason for the disappearance takes away from a strong historical relationship drama. Readers will appreciate Melissa MacNeal's marvelous mayhem, but also would have preferred the motive for the vanishing to have been personal caused by the triangle.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted July 24, 2011

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    just okay

    the sex scenes were great but she eventually chose one over the other I was looking for a menage like in kaitlyn o conners books I was dissapionted

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