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Spanning the early to mid-19th century, these three explicit stories from some of the more noted authors of erotic romance begin with "perfect kisses" and end, not unexpectedly, with something more. In Johnson's School for Scandal, a protective, young school mistress targets a rake who intends to take advantage of her sister, but she ends up attracted instead. In Sylvia Day's Mischief and the Marquess, the protagonists agree to thwart the matrimonial plans of their mothers-in very creative ways-and end up falling for each other. Finally, a cache of gems hidden in a corset is central in Noelle Mack's lively The Ruby Kiss.