In Victorian England, everything is prim and proper, or is it?
Victorian society demands certain things of its ladies. They must deport themselves as proper ladies, no matter what their standing. But what happens when these ladies don’t want to adhere to society’s rules?
Meet three Victorian ladies from three different walks of life who all have one thing in common. They don’t want to follow the rules.
Charlotte Hudson is a widow whose marriage was never consummated. Add to that the fact that society thinks she killed her husband, and she has a tough road. Until she meets Lord Essex, who wants to bring her into his life, and over his knee. Together, they’ll discover each other, and solve a mystery.
Carin Piper’s father was a thief. Now that he’s dead, she’s determined to find out who’s responsible. In her quest, she makes the mistake of breaking into the house of Lord Ellington, who knows how to make her pay for her transgressions, and agrees to help her find her father’s murderer.
Alice Hamilton helps people solve problems. When Lord Buxton comes to her for aid with a blackmailer, she agrees to help him, but only on her terms. Buxton knows, however, that Alice needs a firm hand to show her the ways of life. Together, they help solve each other’s problems.
Three different ladies who come under the spell of three powerful men, who know how to tame their brats, and teach them how to love and enjoy life.
Three delicious novellas, (16 chapters in all) "The Virgin Widow," "To Catch a Thief," and "The Problem Solver," in one combined volume.
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Published July 1, 2008
by Blushing Books / ABCD Webmasters.
History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica.