Simply Scandalous by Kate Pearce
(House of Pleasure)

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There was too little empathy with the main characters in the beginning and way too much going on. For an erotica, the sex almost seemed superfluous to the action, as if the author felt she had to throw some in every now and then.
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Known only to a select clientele, Madame Helene's Pleasure House is an exclusive brothel in Regency England where every illicit fantasy that you could imagine is indulged. . .

Sinful Desire

After years of fighting on the continent, Richard Ross has finally returned to London to make peace with his father. And the erotic delights of his stepmother's Pleasure House provide a welcome distraction for his war-weary heart. But he is shocked to encounter someone there whose resemblance to his lost love leaves him both tempted and tormented. . .

Dangerous Seduction

As a former spy, Violet LeNy has mastered the art of deception. But there is no disguising the heated passion that still burns between her and Richard, the man she once betrayed but who now is her only hope of survival. Soon she plans a scandalous game of seduction where sensual surrender is the ultimate pleasure. . .

"The passion of Pearce's erotic tale is focused and intense. . ..Their sex encounters and fantasies. . .steam up the pages." --Romantic Times on Simply Shameless

"Sinfully hot. If you like your romance hot as you return to the Regency era, where behind the scenes anything goes, then grab Simply Carnal for your reading pleasure." --Romance Reviews Today
 

About Kate Pearce

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Kate Pearce lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her previous book, Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?, is also available from Cheek.
 
Published December 24, 2012 by Aphrodisia. 337 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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All About Romance

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Reviewed by Mary Skelton on May 16 2013

There was too little empathy with the main characters in the beginning and way too much going on. For an erotica, the sex almost seemed superfluous to the action, as if the author felt she had to throw some in every now and then.

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