Readers will float away on the literary flair of these escapist tales, each touched with just the right amount of eroticism.--Publishers Weekly
"Beauty and the Brute" by Virginia Henley
It's been three years since Lady Sarah Caversham set eyes on arrogant Charles Lennox--the husband her father chose for her to settle a gambling debt. Now Charles has returned, unaware that the innocent ingénue he wed is determined to turn their marriage of convenience into a passionate affair. . .
"How to Seduce a Wife" by Kate Pearce
Louisa March's new husband, Nicholas, is a perfect gentleman in bed--much to her disappointment. She longs for the kind of fevered passion found in romance novels. But when she dares him to seduce her properly, she discovers Nicholas is more than ready to meet her challenge. . .
"Not Quite a Courtesan" by Maggie Robinson
Sensible bluestocking Prudence Thorn has been too busy keeping her cousin Sophy out of trouble to experience any adventures of her own. But when Sophy begs Prudence's help in saving her marriage, Pru encounters handsome, worldly Darius Shaw. Under Darius's skilled tutelage, Pru learns just how delightful a little scandal can be. . .
"These three talented authors show the many sides of desire. . . enough to please any reader seeking pleasure."--Romantic Times, 4 Stars
"Readers will delight as fantasies are played out and passion is given free rein." --Romantic Times, 4 Stars