Saturday, October 3, 2009

Simply Wicked-Kate Pearce

Simply Wicked
Kate Pearce
Kensington Aphrodisia, Oct 2009, $13.95
ISBN: 9780758232212

In 1819 London anything sexual is Anthony Sokorvsky’s reputation; which he affirms overnight at Madam Helene Delornay’s pleasure house making him late for his meeting with his brother Val (see SIMPLY SEXUAL) at Sokorvsky and Howard shipping. He vows to his sibling to change his ways as he loathes that Lord Minshom owns his body and soul as his personal sex slave.

The Delornay twins ask Anthony to do them a favor; escort their widowed older sister Marguerite Lockwood around town. He agrees as he sees her as a first step back into society after his recent homosexual relationship; she also accepts his invitation as she must overcome the scandal caused by her late husband’s death in a duel; her in-laws blame her. As their attraction turns physical, Anthony’s former partner has plans for his former submissive and the submissive woman he has ties to.

The key to this Simply Wicked Regency erotic romance is Anthony as he does not suddenly find the holy grail of heterosexual activity with Marguerite, but instead learns he is a bisexual submissive. Marguerite is also a submissive so with no dominant can they find happiness just like they have found love. Fans of the House of Pleasure will enjoy the latest heated historical as this is simply one of the bets sub-genre series leaving fans SIMPLY INSATIABLE for more.

Harriet Klausner

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