Seducing Mr Storm

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In the late 1700s, Susanna Seymour’s mother is very keen to find a husband for her younger sister, Lucy, while Susanna is considered on the shelf at 27. Enter their neighbour arrived from London, the dashing and irreverent Elijah Storm, who makes his admiration plain for Susanna from the start. Susanna is not looking for a husband and is keen to make sure Lucy bags the bachelor, but things don't go quite to plan. Elijah is frank in his desire to have Susanna’s sexual services, and she believes by giving him what ...

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In the late 1700s, Susanna Seymour’s mother is very keen to find a husband for her younger sister, Lucy, while Susanna is considered on the shelf at 27. Enter their neighbour arrived from London, the dashing and irreverent Elijah Storm, who makes his admiration plain for Susanna from the start. Susanna is not looking for a husband and is keen to make sure Lucy bags the bachelor, but things don't go quite to plan. Elijah is frank in his desire to have Susanna’s sexual services, and she believes by giving him what he wants, he will lose all interest in her. The price of it is his agreement to marry her sister. But with passions ignited, what will happen when Susanna seduces Mr Storm?

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  • ISBN-13: 9781909840553
  • Publisher: Accent Press
  • Publication date: 7/4/2013
  • Series: Xcite Romance
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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A commotion in the hall signalled the arrival of their guest, Lucy’s little dog, Toby, yapping excitedly. Her mother gathered up her skirts and fled to a chair, arranging herself with deliberate boredom as though she had not just spent the last two hours gazing from the window in anticipation.

Susanna lingered apathetically behind, prepared to be little more than disdainful towards whichever fop stepped through the door. The door opened, Richard bowed and announced loudly, ‘Mr Elijah Storm,’ and Susanna’s knees almost buckled as an angel fallen from heaven entered their parlour.

He was perhaps in his late 30s and tall, almost a head taller than her father at about six feet, and so well made! He wore a black suit with white linen, the lace at his throat and cuffs understated and neat. His body almost strained the velvet of his frock coat and breeches, his shoulders broad, his thighs strong and …

Susanna’s gaze halted halfway down his body, drawn magically in to the apex of his thighs. Good God, what was that down his breeches? Her cheeks turned scarlet as she saw the bulge at his crotch, the material hugging cock and balls greedily. She swallowed, her eyes flying to his stunning face and finding ice-blue eyes fixed on hers, dancing with amusement at her awe.

Susanna swallowed, pressed a hand behind her against the glass to hold herself upright. His perfect face was almost pretty, even though there was nothing effeminate about him. His bone structure, the curve of his sensual, somewhat sardonic lips, and the sooty lashes over his crystal eyes. His skin was lightly tanned, as though he spent plenty of time outdoors in rough, masculine pursuits despite his class. Scandalously, he wore neither wig nor ribbon, his hair black as a raven’s wing and cut close to his neck. Susanna saw her mother perusing him with shock and awe as she held out her hand to be kissed.

Elijah Storm turned his attention to his hosts. He bent low over Elizabeth Seymour’s hand, his lips just about grazing it, before shaking Edward Seymour’s hand firmly. The way her mother simpered, it was obvious which of her daughters was intended for their neighbour, as she introduced a giggling, blushing Lucy and Elijah once more air-kissed Susanna’s sister’s hand.

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