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Unbound
     

Unbound

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by Susan Donovan
 

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***This book was previously published as The Courtesan's Guide to Getting Your Man.***

Regency London's most celebrated courtesan, The Blackbird, was a woman before her time—uninhibited, financially independent, and free to live by her own rules. Schooled in the sensual arts by the one man she loved the most, she recorded every wicked

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Unbound 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Be careful!  This book was also published under the title "A Courtesan's Guide to Getting Your Man".  It's a good book, but you may have read it under the other title.  Either that or they have the wrong description on this one.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
Unbound was a very erotic and sensual read. It jumped between the present and the past and was the story of Ophelia and Piper, two woman from two different times. Piper finds the diaries of the courtesan, The Blackbird, a woman before her time, and was aroused. I loved the storyline, the twists and turns as well as seeing Piper grow into her own. I found myself laughing, crying and smiling as I read. I could not put this book down. This book will appeal to readers of erotica. It would definitely be a must read. I don’t say this too often, but this is one book I will read again! Rating: 4.5 Heat Rating: Hot/Wild Ride Reviewed by: KellyR Courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars Reviewed by Guest Reviewer/Jessic & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog "Ophelia broke barriers making her a force to be reckoned with and she is definitely going down as one of my favorite heroines." ~Under the Covers Piper Chase-Pierpont is a museum curator in Boston. She loves her job but as of late it has been a bit unfulfilling. Her latest exhibit didn't fare so well with the museum committee but she has other things in mind for her next one, when she comes across something that could make or break her career. Piper, in one of her long days at work, discovers the memoirs of one of the most famous courtesans London has ever seen and she can't help but devour every piece of information, especially when this distinguished courtesan is known very well in the States as somewhat of a freedom rights activist for women and slavery. Seems the life and times of Ms. Ophelia Harrington can also be traced back to the infamous Blackbird of London. And Piper is going to make sure the true story of this independent and free spirited woman is told to its full potential. I was absolutely enthralled with this book. Not only was it well written, but Ophelia was very entertaining. In the days where women were married off for a small fortune, Ophelia stood alone. She refused to be married off as a piece of property and she refused for any man to think that they could take her free will and do with her as they pleased. Having this mind set led her to live the life of a courtesan where she lived as free as she wanted. Ophelia raised hell and had men begging on their knees for just one night with her. Not only was she a woman who can control a room with a look alone, she also fought for what she believed in and never let anyone sway her in another direction. Ophelia broke barriers making her a force to be reckoned with and she is definitely going down as one of my favorite heroines. *Review copy provided by publisher