Perilous Pleasures by Jenny Brown

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All in all, Perilous Pleasures has the potential to be a fun romp through a mash of fantasy and regency, but it didn’t really work for me.
-The Raunch Dilettante

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Author Gaelen Foley calls the historical romance novels of Jenny Brown, “innovative, intelligent, and engrossing.” Perilous Pleasures, the third book in Brown’s dark and sensual historical romance series centered around signs of the zodiac, features an unforgettable hero who’s a passionate Pisces chained to a vow of chastity for nine long years…until he’s tempted by the exquisite daughter of a sworn enemy. Lushly sensual, deeply emotional love stories with just a touch of the mystical, Jenny Brown’s zodiac novels are a treat not to be missed—especially for fans of Loretta Chase, Anna Campbell, and Mary Balogh—and Perilous Pleasures is a sure bet to please. It’s in the stars!
 

About Jenny Brown

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Jenny Brown is founder and director of the Family Systems Institute in Sydney, Australia, where she has a counselling practice and trains mental health professionals and organisations. She has earned academic awards at the University of Sydney and Columbia University New York, and completed years of post-graduate education in systems approaches to counselling at Relationships Australia, Sydney; the Family Institute of Westchester, New York; and the Tavistock and Portman in London.
 
Published March 27, 2012 by Avon. 389 pages
Genres: Romance, History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The Raunch Dilettante

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Reviewed by Amanda Ryan on Mar 30 2012

All in all, Perilous Pleasures has the potential to be a fun romp through a mash of fantasy and regency, but it didn’t really work for me.

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