The Miss Education of Dr. Exeter by Jillian Stone
(Paranormal Investigator)

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The Miss Education of Dr. Exeter is pretty solid light erotica and a reasonable guardian/ward read, but the steampunk/adventure plot is too confusing to a newbie to make the book recommendable.
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"Deduction, seduction, and a sense of humor. . .awesome writing." --USA Today

From steam-powered bunkers to steamy boudoirs, paranormal detective Phaeton Black knows his way around Victorian London. But sometimes, when you slip down a rabbit hole, there's no turning back. . .

If The Portal's A-Rockin'

Phaeton Black is missing. Sucked into an alternative universe--courtesy of Professor Lovecraft's Trans-Dimensional Injection Portal--the illustrious investigator is nowhere to be found. Even the bewitching Miss America Jones, who's pregnant with Phaeton's child, has no clue to his whereabouts. But when a spy fly's microphone picks up Phaeton's voice in the parlors of Paris, she enlists his dearest friends to track him down--before his deadliest enemies find him first. . .

Don't Come A-Knockin'

Accompanied by the dashing Dr. Exeter, his delightful ward Mia, and a trusty duo of Nightshades, it's off to the City of Lights for the determined Miss Jones. Unfortunately, there is something about Paris in the fall that brings out the devil in Dr. Exeter--and the beast in mild-mannered Mia, whose animal urges transform her into a gorgeous panther. With physical reality unraveling on both sides of the cosmic rift, the good doctor must extract Phaeton Black from the clutches of a diabolical techno-wizard--or both could lose the women they love to love. . .forever.

Praise for The Seduction of Phaeton Black

"A sexy, supernatural romp!"--Zoë Archer

"A dark Victorian concoction. . .sexy as hell!"--Ray Garton, author of Live Girls
 

About Jillian Stone

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Jillian Stone was the 2010 RWA Golden Heart winner in Historical Romance for her debut novel, An Affair with Mr. Kennedy, the first in her Scotland Yard trilogy. She also writes a steampunk series for Kensington books. Visit her at GJillianStone.com.
 
Published June 25, 2013 by Brava. 289 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Caroline Russomanno on Aug 29 2013

The Miss Education of Dr. Exeter is pretty solid light erotica and a reasonable guardian/ward read, but the steampunk/adventure plot is too confusing to a newbie to make the book recommendable.

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