Wuthering Heights: The Wild and Wanton Edition

Wuthering Heights: The Wild and Wanton Edition

by Annabella Bloom, Emily Brontë
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Wuthering Heights: The Wild and Wanton Edition by Annabella Bloom, Emily Brontë

This reissue of Wuthering Heights: The Wild and Wanton Edition launches Crimson Romance’s new Wild and Wanton line!

Catherine and Heathcliff may have been doomed sweethearts from the start, but that’s no reason to keep them from consummating their desperate desire for one another. In this smoldering expanded edition of the brooding masterpiece, you’ll discover the star-crossed lovers seal their fiery fate with lovemaking as wild as the moors.

From the first time the rough-and-tumble Heathcliff takes the haughty young Catherine in his arms to their final lingering embrace beyond the grave, Wuthering Heights: The Wild and Wanton Edition reveals the true depth of their passion with all the sultry, sensual, satisfying sex scenes you always secretly knew you missed!

Sensuality Level: Hot

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440562525
Publisher: Adams Media
Publication date: 12/31/2012
Series: Crimson Romance
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 100
Sales rank: 295,796
File size: 808 KB

About the Author

Emily Brontë (1818–1848) was born at Thornton in Yorkshire. Her mother died in 1821 and the Brontë children were left mostly to themselves. Emily and her siblings were entirely dependent on one another and on books and study for enjoyment. Eventually the three Brontë sisters, Emily, Charlotte, and Anne, collaborated on a joint publication—it only sold two copies. But this did not deter Emily who eventually went on to write Wuthering Heights (1847), which was published a year before her death, and remains a literary classic.

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Wuthering Heights: the Wild and Wanton Edition 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
oko1100 More than 1 year ago
First, I have to say, much to my shame I have not read the original in its entirety. I have tried on many occasions and have a battered printed copy to prove it but the old english is just too much for me and after reading the same paragraph 4 times to ensure understanding I inevitably set it aside. This version was completely different. This version of the original text seems much easier to understand. The additional portions though seemed not as well placed as in the Wild and Wanton version of Pride and Prejudice which is my absolute favorite book of all time. Rather than spring freely of what is occuring in the original text, it seems forced and ill placed. Either way I enjoyed it very much and it will surely be re-read often (even if slightly less often than my W&W version of Pride and Prejudice). ;)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This classic is worth reading. I was shocked at how odd I found this book to be.
terferj More than 1 year ago
i just couldn't into the book. i was confused though out most of it. i guess i couldn't get into because of the old english, the only parts i could understand were the parts annabella bloom wrote. i felt bored and gross reading it. i guess back in the day it was okay to get married or have relationships with cousins, but it just grossed me out. i know it a classic but i probably would like it more if it was rewritten with today's writing.
Photolady More than 1 year ago
Very good at keeping your attention.
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NanaWa8 More than 1 year ago
Much more descriptive than I thought it would be. If you can skip the bold print and read the basic story, a sad love story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What happen to Free Friday?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What happened to free friday only one week
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