The Masque: A Hellfire Club Erotiqueby Kristabel Reed
Comte Sebastian de Courville has promised to help Olivia
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Olivia Reynard must leave Paris tonight. It's the height of the French Revolution's Reign of Terror and as a nobleman's daughter, she knows it's a matter of time before she's sent to the guillotine. Fleeing to the notorious Hellfire Club, she soon finds a world of sexual pleasure she's never imagined.
Comte Sebastian de Courville has promised to help Olivia get out of Paris, but he didn't expect such instant attraction to the beautiful maiden. He wants to show her every pleasure known, but time is short and their lives are in ever increasing danger. And then there's his lover...
Julien Laruent has survived the treacherous streets of a Paris in turmoil. Now permanently ensconced in the Hellfire Club, he hasn't look back on that time. A dangerous man to have in one's bed, he took one look at Olivia and vowed to keep her safe.
But when old enemies exact vengeance and Madame Guillotine an ever present threat, will the three of them survive long enough to find love?
Meet the Author
Kristabel Reed lives on the East Coast and loves to explore the steamier side of historical romance. "There are so many sexy situations that didn't just pop up in the 21st century and my goal is to burst the myth of the prim and proper debutante."
She loves romances but historical ménages particularly which add an element of danger and discovery not seen in contemporaries. Historically speaking, unusual romantic connections put lives on the line-people were ostracized and some even put to the death.
In the coming year, Kristabel is going to try her hand at mainstream historicals with an added element of eroticism, which she hopes won’t be too overt. She loves reading, watching old movies, and anything Cary Grant. And is always interested in talking about erotic romance, so drop her a line: ; or Tweet her @kristabelreed; find her blog: kristabelreed.blogspot.com
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The book was good but not enough cantent.
Beautifully erotic story for history lovers. Looking forward to more in the series.
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