"Well written erotica romance"
The Awakening by Bertrice Small. In 1793, Renee
trades her virginity to save the life of her infant niece
Marguerite. After the Terror ends, Renee establishes a
brothel, but keeps Marguerite away until years later when
her niece is forced to become one of her girls. Beau buys
solo use of Marguerite for the next few months. Instead of
sex, he courts her as best as one can in a brothel.
Out of the Storm by Susan Johnson. In 1894,
Lulu enters a shack followed by a stranger William. She
tells him her name is Sarah. They share an evening of
lovemaking. Two weeks later, William, who is Russian
Prince Mikhail, visits Lady Darlington, who is his "Sarah".
Enchanted by Nikki Donovan. The knight abducts
Esmay and takes her to the Beast Alexander, who wears a
mask to hide his disfigured visage. Alexander has seen
Esmay and wants her, but also prays that she fall in love
with him in spite of his monstrous face in order to lift
the curse that ruined his face.
With His Promise by Liz Madison. Port's army
besieges Victoria's castle until Stephen arrives with help.
Stephen offers marriage to Victoria that will enable them
to combine forces and stop the powerful Port. Victoria
fears the loss of her independence.
Though F is an overused word as if the authors vied to
see who could apply that profanity to their writing the
most times, each tale is a well written erotica romance.
None of the stories provide deep characters, but fans of
erotica tales will find each contribution delectable.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted May 10, 2002