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  • Posted December 13, 2011

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    This novella series is `The Victorian Erotic Trilogy' by Gabrielle Bisset. The series isn't connected by people, but by the era in which it is taking place. Each story has a different taste and feel to it that feeds the palate of the reader. With each story and character that Gabrielle Bisset creates, it allows the reader to time travel in an era, of paranormal seduction, sexual dominance and a tantalizing blackmail. All three stories have the author's infamous twist, which brings about the climax of each story.


    `Vampire Dreams' entices the reader with a sexy vampire, who pleasures in dreams. As much as we love a dangerous vampire, it's mainly about the sensuality and seduction a vampire has that makes you enjoy this novella. Arden was homeless on the streets when Brandon rescues her. Brandon then offers Arden a job as a maid in his home, where he seductively seduces Arden in her sleep at nights until he can fully have her. The story gave us vampires, sex, seduction, and a little scuffling between vampires, which produces one of the author's sexiest and demanding villain, Vajilise. Vajilise's upcoming story should not be missed, as he is a guilty pleasure that the reader will never get enough of.

    `Love's Master' entices the reader with a sexual lover, who is Dominant and found the perfect pupil. Lily is widowed at twenty-three and is living with William, her brother and his wife and son. With an unruly nephew, Lily starts to search for a new nanny and tutor in Times Agony Column. She comes across an ad in the Times Agony Column, which seems to be exactly what she is looking for. This ad opens a completely new sexual world for Lily, which leads her to Kadar, a Dom. The adventurous reader of romance will fall in love with the relationship between Kadar and Lily, and Lily's awakening.

    `Masquerade' entices the reader with a sexy Russian, who makes blackmailing sexy. Annelisa's father Andrew has arranged for his daughter to marry an Earl named Thornton. Annelisa is disgusted with the idea as well as with Thornton. Annelisa is also upset that he only wants her to marry for a title and not love. With a scheme, that involves Count Nikolai, Annelia's plan could backfire. Nikolai, who is Russian, had me at good afternoon Miss; he was so perfect for Annelisa. A good scheming and a sexy blackmail only heighten the storyline in this third and final story in the novella series.

    Stories: GOOD
    Intimacy: VERY GOOD
    Enjoyment: GOOD

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