Lord Lucifer's Little Bride

Lord Lucifer's Little Bride

by Viola Morne

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940156809400
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 09/12/2016
Series: The Marquis' Runaway Miss , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 581,571
File size: 584 KB

About the Author

Viola Morne, whose love for historical romances began after discovering Georgette Heyer in her high school library, never dreamed that a degree in history would lead to writing erotic spanking romances. Thankfully, Blushing Books published the first book she ever wrote, and she has been happily scribbling away ever since.

Viola lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband, children and two bossy dogs. She spends most of her time reading, writing, and walking those dogs. She has been known to cook the occasional meal, but swears her husband is the better chef.

Viola loves hearing from her readers and will happily discuss the nineteenth century, so please drop her a line!

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Lord Lucifer's Little Bride 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Brev More than 1 year ago
I was given an ARC copy of this book in return for an honest review. Now I find that I don't quite know what to write! I like age-play stories but there was very little age-play in it. Lucien, the 'hero' isn't very heroic and at the begining of the book he seems shallow and lightweight. His father insists that he should get married, believing that this will have a steadying influence on his character. The bride chosen for him is Phoebe who is a more interesting character. She has a limp from an injury she received as a child. and this imperfection apparently results in her being largely overlooked as marriage material. She is brave and intelligent which doesn't 'fit' terribly well her desire to occasionally sit in the nursery playing with dolls. She very sensibly has some reluctance in marrying Lucien. The first half of the book is a little scrappy and felt to me as if it were several random scenes loosely strung together. It did little to hold my interest. We learn that Lord Lucien likes to visit a London brothel which specialises in supplying prostitutes who are dressed up to look like little girls for clients who enjoy spanking them and/or having sex with them. I found this notion more than a little difficult and it made me feel nauseous. I think the author needs to emphasise that the clients are not interested in children as sexual partners. The second half of the book is much better than the first since it develops a more interesting plot line and a faster pace. The hero displays more strength of character and he and Phoebe finally fall in love with one another. The story is set in England in 1825. Goodness only knows why because it bears no resemblance to either time or place. I never understand why so many writers set their stories in 19th century England and then depict the manners, customs and language of 21st century US city life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow. This book was refreshing. Very different from similar books. Phoebe was able to speak her mind with out being beaten. When she felt the need, she was the one who put herself in her nursery. Lucin let her have her own thoughts and ideas. No twase wielding abusive molesting nanny's, thank God. I enjoyed the humor and the fact that Phoebe was able to and allowed to stick up for herself when others came at her. My only complaint is, the sex and spanking scenes needed way more details. 2 or 3 sentences was just not enough.
Sheena More than 1 year ago
I absolutely loved this book. Both characters were real and had depth. It made me feel for both the H/h. This will definitely be going in my reread list. I received an ARC copy for an honest review.
emlv More than 1 year ago
I received an ARC copy for an honest review. If you’re a ‘little’ fan, you’ll enjoy the story of Lucian and Phoebe. He is of the ton, but a rake to be sure. She is gentile, sweet, and big hearted, but a childhood accident that took the life of her mother, left her with a limp and therefore unacceptable to the men of nobility. Because Lucian’s father is tired of his son’s behavior, a marriage is set up between the two. What starts out as a marriage of convenience, ends up a love match which proves Phoebe is a strong, fierce force to anyone that tries to slander her husband, even if he does crush her with his past that always surfaces when prior jealous, females pop up. Enjoy!
boujie1 More than 1 year ago
Lord Lucifer’s little bride needs a spanking… Lord Lucian was to marry Miss Wincham or risk having his allowance cut off. The last thing he wanted was to be married, especially to someone his father considered “respectable.” When he wasn’t spending time gambling, he could be found at “The Nursery.” A brothel were the lovely ladies were dressed as young girls, little girls in need of spanking. Despite Phoebe’s manners and dowry, she had a limp from a childhood accident which left her without the prospects of marriage. She was content helping animals in need and spending time in her nursery. The one place where she felt safe and secure from the scrutiny of society. When they meet it is a match made in nursery heaven for both of them. Can Phoebe trust that Lucian accepts her as she is? Can Lucian give up his wandering ways? The author does a great job of taking you into their world. (Book received from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.)
Every1sacritic More than 1 year ago
Very good. Well done. This is the first time I’ve read anything from this author and I really like her style. Near the end, I couldn’t read fast enough to see how it turned out. Highly recommend.