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Madame Bliss: The Erotic Adventures of a Lady [NOOK Book]

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An irresistible debut that invites readers into a world rife with temptation.

A resourceful and most amorous heroine continues in the great ribald tradition of those legendary eighteenth century characters, Tom Jones and Fanny Hill?


Readers will delight in the erotic adventure of Miss Marianna Wren, a deliciously wanton eighteenth-century beauty determined to claim ...
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Madame Bliss: The Erotic Adventures of a Lady

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Overview

An irresistible debut that invites readers into a world rife with temptation.

A resourceful and most amorous heroine continues in the great ribald tradition of those legendary eighteenth century characters, Tom Jones and Fanny Hill?


Readers will delight in the erotic adventure of Miss Marianna Wren, a deliciously wanton eighteenth-century beauty determined to claim exuberant pleasure and delight from every waking moment, and from every opportunity that tumbles her way. After being blissfully ?ruined? as a maidservant on her master's dining table, the luscious Marianna determines to control her own fate, setting off for King George's London and all its bawdy temptations.

Before long, Marianna's life is filled with delectable seductions, extravagant ravishments, and outrageous conquests of every flavor and fashion. Yet even as lords and princes shower her with jewels, she longs for the greatest pleasure of all?a chance at true love, and the daring to risk everything to find it.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101019665
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 3/3/2009
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 930,154
  • File size: 283 KB

Meet the Author

Charlotte Lovejoy is a Washington, DC, native who has authored 32 historical novels and novellas.

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  • Posted February 27, 2009

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    As Signet states, MADAME BLISS will remind readers of Fanny Hill and Tom Jones

    In the eighteenth century waif Marianna Wren is taken into an aristocratic home where she became a servant. However, as she blossomed into a beautiful woman, she is accused of unbecoming behavior when her owner took her virginity and consequently fired her. Marianna tries to hitch a ride and is picked up by Calliope. They hit it off and the more experienced woman tutors her new friend in the vast delights of a wide variety of sex with male and female partners

    Marianna loves her new freedom and changes her name to Madame Bliss. She enjoys seduction and being seduced, but deep down in her heart, Bliss knows Marianna is still that stray trying to belong to someone; she wants to love and be loved by her own personal Eros.

    As Signet states, MADAME BLISS will remind readers of Fanny Hill and Tom Jones. This is the amorous adventures of a woman of pleasure in a delightfully lewd coming of age historical. Marianna is like a wren until her mentor teaches her the love and joy of blissful bisexual bawdy encounters of all kind. Fans will enjoy Madame Bliss' erotic escapades.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted May 4, 2011

    not too bad

    steamy.... but more tastfully done. I look forward to reading more of this author

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  • Posted August 5, 2009

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    Madame Bliss A Fun Erotic Romp

    Mary Wren was a foundling, found by Lady Catherine. She was trained to be a servant in the household of Lady Nester. At the age of sixteen Mary found herself, in the presence of Lady Nester's foundling John Lyon. In his arms she found out how wanton she could be. One day she and John were found on the dinning table of Lady Nester and they were both booted out of the house. John, Mary's one true love, was sent to India, while Mary was thrown into the streets. There Mrs Wiles, better known as Calliope, found her and mentored her. In London Mary found her calling, while many men wanted her, few would have the honor of knowing her.
    I rarely read any erotica, but this book caught my eye. It's style is that of Tom Jones and Fanny. It's not as naughty as today's erotica, but I just couldn't put it down. I found myself hoping that Mary didn't wind up in the hands of the villainous Lord Blackwood and would find true love.

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

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    Not enough bliss

    I really enjoyed the first three quarters of Madame Bliss. It was a mostly fun erotic adventure with a good deal of sex. But when our heroine runs away from the abbey the writing be comes very distant, we're to told things happen instead of experiencing them. And the ending has more than two coincidences two many.

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