The Club by Sharon Page

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Enter a world of sin, scandal, and the most forbidden pleasures. Enter the seductive world of award-winning author Sharon Page, whose new novel will take your breath away with a tantalizing blend of Regency romance and erotic thrills.

It is London’s most secretive gentlemen’s club—a place where no well-bred lady would dare to be seen. But Lady Jane Beaumont has no choice. Her friend Del has vanished, and Jane must enter into a dangerous charade to find her. Now, within the gilded walls of this erotic lair, Jane awaits the lover she has procured for the evening. But the man who enters her bedchamber is no stranger. He is Del’s brother and London’s most notorious rake—a man on a rescue mission of his own. Christian is intrigued by the innocent beauty who clearly does not belong in the notorious brothel. And as the two seek out the damning secrets of the club . . . as Christian initiates Jane into the ways of true sensual pleasure, she knows she has entered the most dangerous place of all—where the price of temptation could be her heart. . . .

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About Sharon Page

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A writer, wife, and a mother of two, Sharon Page holds an industrial design degree and also manages a scientific research and development program. She finds writing tales of sexy Regency rakes and seductive vampires is the perfect escape from her technical world.
Published February 17, 2009 by Dell. 418 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Erotica. Fiction

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For her AP English summer essay assignment, Adrienne chooses to tell the story of the fateful book club her mother forces her to join.

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Tampa Bay Times

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The New Yorker

The secret proceedings of book clubs in the city and beyond. THE CLUB: The ladies of Penguin/DK publishing, the London office, devoted solely to the reading of classics. “It’s a shame so many people won’t tackle classics because they see...The secret proceedings of book clubs in the city and beyo...

Sep 24 2009 | Read Full Review of The Club

The Rumpus

It’s the kind of book that will stay alive in me for a long time–makes it hard to think about picking up another book just now.

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Ana (Kate Eastwood Norris), a control freak journalist and lover of literature, hosts a regular book club in her house, attended by her husband, Rob (Eric Messner), her friend Jen (Ashlie Atkinson), and her former boyfriend, Will (Tom Story).

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