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Knightley's Tale
     

Knightley's Tale

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by Destiny D'Otare
 

Maeve and Devlin are back with another erotic tale--this time featuring two of Maeve's favorite characters as you've never seen them before....

Mr. Knightley is shocked that his beloved Emma would risk her reputation by visiting the scandalous pleasure garden where the ton's sexual fantasies came to life. He's even more astounded--and aroused--by Emma's

Overview

Maeve and Devlin are back with another erotic tale--this time featuring two of Maeve's favorite characters as you've never seen them before....

Mr. Knightley is shocked that his beloved Emma would risk her reputation by visiting the scandalous pleasure garden where the ton's sexual fantasies came to life. He's even more astounded--and aroused--by Emma's transformation into a sensual goddess intent on being initiated into the secrets of love...by him!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781426850684
Publisher:
Spice
Publication date:
03/01/2010
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
531,832
File size:
337 KB

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Knightley's Tale 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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KrisRobyn More than 1 year ago
This is a short story (only 31 pages on my NOOK) but I enjoyed it very much. A man is telling his wife an 'erotic' story just before bed. He is retelling how Emma (from Jane Austen's novel) lures Mr. Knightley to an 'inappropriate' party in order to seduce him because she very much loves him. She believes this is the only way to break Knightley of his stoic nature with her. It's very 'sexy' but tasteful. It's like a hidden story Ms. Austen couldn't tell in her day but would today in the modern romance writing era. I love how after Emma succeeds in her quest and calls Mr. Knightley by his first name George--very tender moment. After the tale, the wife admires her husband for knowing Mr. Knightley's first name.
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