In the vein of Portia Da Costa and Charlotte Featherstone, Regency England gets just a bit raunchy in this novella about a gently–raised lady who wants to feel like a woman…
“I have never seen fit in my life to divulge my secrets in a diary, yet now, after today's proceedings, I do…”
Lady Catherine Bexley is new to marriage and the marriage bed, but surely there must be more to it than this? Her husband is proper and perfunctory – treating her with careful respect but leaving her aching for more.
When she witnesses a gentleman disciplining a maid at a house party, the ache explodes into ravenous desire. She finds herself no longer willing to wait for her husband's stiff and passionless attentions – and soon develops a naughty plan to finally get what she wants.
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****This book was given to me through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**** " I find it amusing that the purity of thought I had once hoped to find in professing my thoughts in this diary has not been achieved. In my humble opinion, purity is an overrated characteristic and one that should be banned from marriage altogether." What a fun naughty little read. This isn’t your average regency story. This is a story of a young woman of 19, Lady Catherine Bexley, discovering the life of a married lady and finding herself wanting more. She wishes for passion instead of proper. Upon her frustration she decides to take to writing in a diary to extract these thoughts and desires from her mind, taking us on a sexy journey that you won’t regret.