"For fans of erotica"
"From Russia With Love" by Susan Johnson. In 1570 Russia,
Prince Shuisky exiles his wife Tatiana for failing to
provide a male heir. The princess meets and makes love
with her neighbor Stavr. If Shuisky learns about Stavr he
will kill her paramour. The engaging intrigue of the court
of Ivan the Terrible and the Russian countryside battle for
supremacy with sex scenes that could melt the Siberian ice.
"Her Lord and Master" by Thea Devine. In 1810 the bored
Earl of Wick fears that the required wife will make his
ennui worse. He establishes a game of bedding virgins with
one eventually becoming Lady Wick. Jenise enters his game
to enact vengeance for Wick's treatment of her sister, but
never expected the passion between them. This not a by the
book Regency because it employs sexual encounters that
could keep Napoleon's army heated.
"Erotic Déjà vu" by Katherine O'Neal. By 1888, the sun
never sets on those who have read a Celia Wybourne erotic
novel. On Gibraltar, she sees the stranger that she has
recently seen in several other locales. She confronts
psychic Royce Tyler who insists they are soul mates. He
teaches her the art of love making until his enemy captures
them and turns her into Scheherazade with a sexy tale.
Though the trysts feel like déjà vu, this Victorian romance
could defrost the polar icecaps.
These historicals contain unnecessary shock value profanity
and copious fornication frolics, but the authors are known
for their erotic romances so that no one should be TAKEN BY
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted December 10, 2002