Bertrice Small, Susan Johnson, Thea Devine, Robin Schone
Kensington Brava, Sep 2009, $14.00
“Mastering Lady Lucinda” by Bertrice Small. In 1750 Widow Lucinda rejects her sibling the Bishop’s order to remarry. He arranges for her to be taught discipline by a master of the Devil's Disciples, but Lucinda cuts a deal to insure her brother meets his master while she seduces the club members into wanting more of her lusciousness.
“Risking It All” by Susan Johnson. In 1896 in Monte Carlo, a desperate Felicia risks all at the tables with the aid of Lord Grafton who offers her a few more nights with him.
“The Pleasure Game” by Thea Devine. In 1812 Regina decides to learn how to attract and keep a man; her friend Jeremy plans to be her permanent mentor.
“A Man And A Woman” by Robin Schone. Widow Megan wants intimacy in her relationships. Muhamed learned to make love in a harem, but not the pleasure of making love.
Neither expected much more than a tryst, but passion ignites between them.
These are four terrific erotic romances starring strong lead characters, especially the women in fascinating situations (not just sexual ones).