Royal Mistress: Book 1 - First Meeting - Victorian Erotic Romance [NOOK Book]

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The Mistress; The Power Of A Pawn by Joan Russell, 10,189 words, Adult + Hester, daughter of the Duke of Cornwall was to be presented at the Court of Her Royal Highness Queen Victoria. As she entered the throne room her eye fell on the most engaging man she had ever seen, Prince Leopold, the Queen?s forth son. It was love at first sight and absolutely forbidden. With the help of Leo?s faithful friend Henry Viscount of Bolingbroke, Hester and Leo began a love affair that would transform their lives forever ...
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Royal Mistress: Book 1 - First Meeting - Victorian Erotic Romance

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Overview

The Mistress; The Power Of A Pawn by Joan Russell, 10,189 words, Adult + Hester, daughter of the Duke of Cornwall was to be presented at the Court of Her Royal Highness Queen Victoria. As she entered the throne room her eye fell on the most engaging man she had ever seen, Prince Leopold, the Queen’s forth son. It was love at first sight and absolutely forbidden. With the help of Leo’s faithful friend Henry Viscount of Bolingbroke, Hester and Leo began a love affair that would transform their lives forever Contents: Ménage a Trois, Virgin Sex, Anal Sex, Oral Sex, Pinning, Double Penetration, Multiple Orgasms and more. All the characters in this story are over 18.

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“Do you mind being alone with us?” Leo had asked as he had lead me through the narrow, dark, secret passages that served the backs of the rooms.
“These allow the servants to light the fires and make the beds without being seen in the main corridors,” Hank had explained. “Of course they have other uses as well, but no one mentions those. At least not in polite company.”
“I had assured both of them that not only did I not mind being alone with Leo but that I longed for it.
Leo had smiled his beautiful smile as he had shown me into the room which had a sitting area beside a kindled fire as well as a giant four poster against one wall.
All I had wanted for days was to be alone with him. For a brief time I wondered what Hank was doing in the room.
“Will Hank be staying with us?” I asked.
“We need Hank. Your reputation will be preserved if there are three of us together,” Leo said. Beside, Hank has more life experience than I have. He keeps my secrets as he will yours. He handed me to the couch and sat me in the middle. Then he sat beside me. Hank locked the door from the servant’s entrance and then locked the door from the main corridor. His duties done he cam and sat on my other side. I wondered at the arrangement but decided to stop asking questions about Hank. I wasn’t excited by the idea of being watched as I made love to Leo. But perhaps that wasn’t what would happen. Of course what did happen was beyond my wildest expectation.
“Aren’t you worried the Queen will find us?” I asked. I could just imagine the expression on my mother’s face if what we were doing was exposed by some factotum from the Queen’s staff.
“The Queen only moves in straight lines. Knights like us turn corners,” Leo said with a hearty, infectious laugh, referencing the chess both men loved so much and linking it happily to our lives.
“Leo and I are skilled at evading the Queen,” Hank said. “Evasion has been one of the joys of our youth. We live in a goldfish bowl, but we live ‘Through The Looking Glass’ as Lewis Carroll described it.” Lewis Carroll was popular at the Court at the moment and was often quoted within the literati that included Leo and Hank.
“We have been breaking rules for as long as I can remember,” Leo said and I could hear the pride in the back of his words.
“Sounds like my life in Cornwall,” I said. “My poor mother spent half her life wondering where I was and what I was up to.”
“No wonder you fit in so well with us,” Hank said with laughter in his voice.
“You are so beautiful,” Leo said in a tone that had suddenly grown thick with passion. There was a youthful awkwardness about him that spoke of an inexperience with women that I could hardly believe.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015705737
  • Publisher: Joan Russell
  • Publication date: 9/15/2012
  • Series: The Mistress , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 329,547
  • File size: 35 KB

Meet the Author

Joan Russell is the author of dozens of erotic short stories and series. Her erotic series include:

The Mistress is the third of her Romantic Victorian Erotic series which include

The Governess - Sarah Brandford applies for the job of Governess to the Earl of Barclay and discovers that he wants her to have his children as well as to raise them.

The Virgin Bride – Thea Winsted was married off to the third richest man in England. She was not expecting this gorgeous man with taste in sex she had never known existed

Adventures on Larry's List - Millie and Jan, two 20-somethings decided to advertise sexual favors on Larry's List. They get many surprises along the way.

The Naughty Nun - Starts with Sister Mary Immaculate trying to spice up Confession for Father Gordon eventually it involves the entire convent in a variation on the theme of "Community Service."

Boffie The Dick Slayer – Because of the tentacled dildo she discovered in a pawn shop, Boffie is immune to the power of the Dicks who are aliens trying to take over the world by seducing and impregnating all the world's women.

The Girls of St. Margaret's - The Senior Class at St. Margaret's, a finishing school for wealthy girls, are completely at the effect of their hormones and celebrate sexuality in all their activities.

Sugar Daddy - College girls and boys in Ivy League Schools sell their favors to Sugar Daddies in order to meet their college tuition debts - and discover exactly what exchanging favors really means.

The Rape Victim's Revenge-A Rape Victim seeks revenge on the men who gang raped her and develops a taste for seducing and them brutally murdering rapists who have escaped prosecution and those who have been released to rape again.

Hard Hats - Susan Smith caught her husband cheating on her. She reengaged with her childhood sweetheart Sam Trent who helped her win a very messy divorce and found a successful construction company using out of work fashion models.

The Mail Order Bride – Svetlana was surprised to find three men waiting in her house to share her wedding night with her new husband.

Ghostly Satisfaction – The ghosts were committed to bringing sexual satisfaction to women who had never in their lives enjoyed such love.
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