The House In New Orleans by Fleur Reynolds
(Black Lace)

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When Ottile Duvier inherits the family home in the fashionable Garden district of New Orleans, it's the ideal opportunity to set her life on a different course and flee from her demanding aristocratic English boyfriend. However, Ottilie arrives in New Orleans to find that her inheritance has been leased to one Helmut von Straffen - a decadent German, known for his notorious Mardi Gras parties. Determined to claim what is righfully hers, Ottilie challenges von Straffen - but ends up being lured into strange games in steamy locations.
 

About Fleur Reynolds

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Fleur Reynolds was one of the original and most-loved Black Lace divas who captured the heights of female sexual fantasy. She is the author of the Black Lace titles: Bonded, Handmaiden Of Palmyra, Odalisque and The House In New Orleans. She still writes but under other names and lives in London.
 
Published September 30, 2010 by Virgin Digital. 308 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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