The Harlot by Saskia Walker

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It is a dark era, and a lusty lass will do what she must to survive. Even if it means bartering flesh for a palmful of coins…

Forced to watch her mother burn at the stake as a witch, Jessie Taskill was separated from her siblings in the aftermath. Jessie is similarly gifted, ripe with a powerful magic that must stay hidden. When she's accused by a rival of witchcraft, Jessie finds herself behind prison walls, awaiting certain death with a roguish priest unlike any man of the cloth she has known.

In reality, Gregor Ramsay is as far from holy as the devil himself, but his promise of freedom in return for her services may be her salvation. Locked into a dubious agreement, Jessie resents his plan to have her seduce and ruin his lifelong enemy. Especially when Gregor's lust for her is so compelling. She may agree to be his pawn…even as she plots to use him just as he is using her.

 

About Saskia Walker

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Since having her work published for the first time over a decade ago, Saskia Walker's erotic short stories have appeared in more than fifty bestselling anthologies in North America and the U.K., and she is a recipient of the Passionate Plume Award for Best Contemporary Erotic Romance. Her work covers not only romance, but several erotic subgenres such as fantasy, paranormal, historical and contemporary. Now a full-time author, Saskia lives and works in the north of England with the love of her life, Mark. Rampant is her first Spice novel. Visit Saskia at www.SaskiaWalker.co.uk.
 
Published February 1, 2013 by Harlequin HQN. 334 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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Walker has a deft touch with eroticism—those parts in which Jessie is practicing her demure servant persona are particularly well-done—but there are a number of patched on sex scenes that are not only unnecessary, but baffling in their inclusion, having no relationship to the plot, the characters...

May 24 2011 | Read Full Review of The Harlot

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It's lovely to be here at the RT Book Reviews website to chat about my new release, The Harlot.

Apr 11 2013 | Read Full Review of The Harlot

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