Touch of Dawn – June 2012
The wild seduction continues into the new day…
Alexander, Earl Gage, is ecstatic at the transformation of his beautiful wife under the control of his Master’s strict hand. Alex is tired of hiding his secret submissive relationship with Lucien from her and wants to include her in their games. The wicked gleam in Henrietta’s eyes after receiving his anniversary present, a night of debauchery with Lucien, and her acceptance of pleasure and pain exceeds his expectations and gives him hope for the future. But although her pleasure in their arms is clear, can his wife accept another man as a permanent part of their lives forever?
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Stroke of Midnight – April 2012
Some anniversaries are destined to be memorable
Henrietta’s marriage to Lord Gage is perfect. On the night they are to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary her wickedly handsome husband has arranged a special event to honor their love. She has no idea what lies in store, but her husband has promised an evening beyond her wildest dreams. Given their sex life involves pleasure and pain, she has high hopes for the evening. But what she discovers is more shocking than she could ever have imagined. Her husband has been keeping secrets about his needs both in and out of the bedroom. His gift will test their marriage, but it will be up to Henrietta to accept the challenge and recreate their perfect world.
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Coming Together – November 2011
“The Edwards twins come together. Accept Lord Standish when he asks for your hand and all will be well.”
Lady Katherine Wilcox has an unfortunate problem. She’s desperate to avoid marriage to an aging earl who may very well squash her on her wedding night. Her only hope it seems is to snare the wicked Lord Standish and ignore her troubling attraction to his identical twin brother. Both gentlemen set her pulse racing and fill her sleepless nights with wild imaginings. If Lady Katherine is very good, she may well pull off capturing one brother. But the trouble is catching just one alone.
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