Slave to Beauty: The Complete Trilogy

Slave to Beauty: The Complete Trilogy

by Tim Bartholomew

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Overview

After meeting the heart-stoppingly gorgeous Bryony whilst out jogging, naïve yet irresistible Andrew Billingham fell in love. Quite literally head over heels, in fact. Through their ensuing love-making adventures, Andrew soon realizes Bryony is what’s been missing from his uneventful existence.

When Bryony’s employers send her abroad for six months, their true adventures begin, as Andrew falls prey to two vengeful women, one twenty-five years his senior, the other not exactly his “cup of tea”. Plunged into a nightmare of unseemly passion and intrigue, Andrew yearns all the more for the loving arms of Bryony.

From their exploits at the hands of a conniving German gentleman, to their yacht-bound Aegean struggles with corrupt and sexually rapacious foes at sea, Bryony and Andrew’s adventures take them into ever deeper waters…and ultimately to the salacious world of film in the stifling heat of a Moscow summer where Andrew’s gay inclinations emerge amidst dangerous political unrest.

Andrew is determined to survive unscathed – and without losing the love of his life and the erotic bliss he enjoys with her. How long can a man keep his virtue while dancing with the twin demons of temptation and lust?

Originally published in three parts, Slave to Beauty collects the complete series of Andrew and Bryony’s steamy, ménage adventures. Transporting you through the contemporary vistas of England, Russia, and the Aegean, this is a tender treatment of true romance and a devastating indictment of lust. If you enjoy your erotica with a flare of comedy and suspense, buy it now!

Publisher's note: This collects Body Language, Love Knot, and Casting Couch into a single volume.



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Product Details

BN ID: 2940164079024
Publisher: Deep Desires Press
Publication date: 05/29/2020
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 777 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Tim Bartholomew (www.timbartholomew.co.uk) is both a writer and actor, appearing most famously in TV commercials as Santa Claus for Marks & Spencer (2016) and the benign old Grandpa for Asda in their 2017 Christmas campaign.

Writing under the name Timothy Edward, his first comedy novel with “rude” bits, Lessons in Humiliation, received the following accolade from his old Dad: “Well, you’ve either had an unusual sex life or a very vivid imagination.” In point of fact, the reviewer was right on both counts.

Tim has also recorded the book for Amazon/Audible. At 10 hours 38 minutes, it makes ideal listening for long car journeys or flights. He is looking forward to recording Body Language too.

As they say in theatre programme credits, Tim has appeared on stage and screen for nearly twenty-five years, being cast normally as a benign old buffer, Captain Hook, a drag queen or a mad professor. According to one casting director, “it’s all about your rolling eyeballs, darling.” These days, however, Tim is aware that it’s all about his wrinkles: that lived-in face that earns him money for having fun in exotic locations.

In a varied career, Tim has also been an academic publisher, illustrator, music teacher, a payroll clerk and, in recent decades, a voice coach and Head of Drama at a mad school in Southern England. He draws material for his books from both his professional life, his own improbable experiences and, of course, family holidays.

Under his real name of Tim Baker, the author lives with his wife in Kent, the Garden of England. He is father to three boys and wicked stepfather to another boy and two girls, none of whom is inclined to read his erotic novels. He is an avid amateur photographer of birds—especially those of Trinidad and Tobago where his wife was born and upon whose glorious, secluded beaches Body Language opens and closes.

Twitter: @TimBartholomew5
Facebook: @TimBaker444
Instagram: @timbakerbartholomew

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