Simply Sexual

2/15/2008 06:42:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

Simply SexualSimply Sexual by Kate Pearce
Sexual Satisfaction Ten years as a sex slave in a Turkish brothel left Lord Valentin Sokorvsky with an insatiable appetite for sex. Now the time has come for him to marry, but finding a woman who can satisfy his lustful desires proves a challenge...until he meets Sara and all he can think about is having her lie under his rock-hard body, begging him to taste and touch her... Sensual Seduction Sara Harrison knows she should be shocked and scandalized by Lord Sokorvsky's bold advances, but instead she is secretly aroused by this sensual, seductive man. For beneath her calm and composed manner is a wanton woman who longs for a man's intimate caress. She is most willing to be educated in the art of sensuality, to receive and give pleasure and to succumb to the wild desire that knows no limits

I finished this today and had to post about it. Wow, this was a really great erotic historical romance. With a lot of variations in the bedroom (and out). There was an interesting storyline in the bedroom and out of the bedroom. In the bedroom they had to deal with his trust issues from being a slave for so long and out of the bedroom someone was trying to put him out of business.

Warning for preferences. There is a menage scene and there is some man-love. Not a lot but there is a little because the hero's bf who was with in in slavery is bi and so that plays a part.

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4 comments:

Comment by Holly on 2/16/2008 1:53 PM

This sounds good. Thanks Kris! :)

Comment by ames on 2/16/2008 11:17 PM

This sounds very interesting. :P There's another one by this author I want to try, Rope the Wind. The horses on the cover are very tempting. LOL

Comment by Kris on 2/17/2008 8:27 AM

Hey holly, yes it was. You are welcome.

ames, I have read one other by her, Where have all the Cowboys Gone. I liked Simply Sexual much more. There was not anything I would change about it.

Comment by Kate Pearce on 2/26/2008 8:19 PM

So glad you enjoyed the book-historicals are my first love and I think Valentin is one of my favorite heroes ever. The nice thing is that we get to see him again in November when "Simply Sinful" comes out when you get a chance to see the relationship from Peter's angle.
Thanks for sharing your opinion-I value it :)

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