Lord Westbrook's Muse

Lord Westbrook's Muse

by Blushing Books, Etta Stark

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BN ID: 2940150717886
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 10/09/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 316 KB

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Etta Stark is an enthusiastic writer and reader of romantic spanking fiction. She writes the kinds of books that she enjoys reading herself - spanking romances with strong characters and proper plotlines in between all the delicious discipline. She lives near London and is happiest when cuddled up with a contented cat and a nice cup of tea.

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Lord Westbrook's Muse 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MarybethR More than 1 year ago
This is the sequel to Lady Westbrook’s Discovery.  This book is about her son, Robert.  He is a true Lord, stuffy and stand-offish. Then he meets Cass.  Cass is different from most women of this time.  She is independent and very progressive in her behavior.  She does not wear corsets and other items meant to torture women. She wears clothes that are looser and more comfortable.  Anyways, Cass is totally different from any woman that he knows.  And, he gradually falls in love with her.  Of course, there are other plot twists to get through, but in the end, there is a HEA. I highly recommend this story.  I loved the first story and this one is just as well written. I give this 4 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is 2nd in series with Lady Westbrook’s Discovery being the first. In this book, Cassandra has run away from her uncle who is determined to wed her to the first man he can in order to make his own claim on her inheritance. Being a strong woman, Cass runs away, fights for women’s rights, dresses far more sensibly and decides to throw convention out the window and sow her own wild oats. She meets the rather stoic Lord Robert Westbrook and discovers that simply wishing to be ‘modern’ isn’t quite as easy as she believed. Robert is not looking for love but is lucky enough to be able to learn that his life wouldn’t be worth living without the love he has found with Cass. This is s short, very easy read and while it is unnecessary to read the first book in able to understand this one, I would highly recommend reading the books in order. If you like a good romance with the good vs evil plots, then you shall enjoy this book.
Cassie3 More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable read, set in Victorian England.  While I had a few reservations about it, I genuinely liked the book.  The writing is good, it doesn’t have any major editing issues (yay!), the plot is involving, and the characters are fun.  Plus, it has some good, sexy moments. Both hero and heroine are likable and engaging.  Our hero, Westbrook, starts off as grumpy, standoffish, and socially awkward.  Despite all this, or perhaps in part because of it, I found him a remarkably appealing character.  Over the course of the book, he loses much of his awkwardness, and I actually regretted that.  Not only is it not a totally believable character development (a little too sudden), but I think he lost some of his uniqueness for it.  But that’s still a minor complaint.  His actions in the middle definitely leave something to be desired, but the misunderstanding isn’t entirely unbelievable, and I feel he does redeem himself later on.  The heroine, Cass (love the name!), is a free-thinking woman for her time, active in the suffrage movement and a proponent of ‘rational dress’, or not wearing corsets or other restrictive garments.  (I have to add here that I really appreciate that the hero is not bothered by this at all, but in fact supports her in both causes.)  She’s smart, kind, and independent.  Their relationship has its ups and downs, but generally is sweet and sexy, and developes in a mostly believable manner.   My main complaint with the book is that it’s short, and everything is resolved a little too quickly.  So the end doesn’t quite live up to the promise of the beginning, but overall, it’s a fun read, and I would recommend it. *I recieved this book from the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.*
_SH More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this follow up to 'Lady Westbrook's Discovery'. It was quite fun to read and follow the journey Robert had to take to find his true happiness, but at times I wanted to just give him a kick in the pants, lol. Cass was certainly up to the challenge and I always appreciate an HEA. Good read!
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
Cass, A 19th Century Women's Lib Advocate! This book follows the story Lady Westbrook's Discovery but can read as a standalone novel.  In this story we focus on Lord Robert Westbrook and a woman, Cass, who he meets at his mother's garden party. She is unconventional in dress and mannerism.  Cass attempts to seduce Robert and even offers herself for discipline.  What is a dominant man to do? This story covers the twist and turns of the secretive relationship and misunderstandings of Robert and Cass.  She is hiding secrets and eventually her life and safety are in danger.  You can't help but love this nineteenth century women's libber! Cass defies Victorian society and their protocol.  There is mystery, intrigue, spankings and hot sex with a HEA.