With a seductive style all her own, Robin Schone captures the erotic imagination as she explores the deepest hungers of a woman's soul in a story that breaks all the rules...
Married at fifteen and widowed at forty-nine, country-bred Frances Hart has only known the duties of a wife and mother, and never the joys of a woman. Determined to broaden her horizons on every level, she daringly dyes her hair and sets out alone to explore London in all its sensual glory.
A successful London barrister and now a widower, James Whitcox knows duty but has never known passion. He joins an exclusive society founded to discuss sexual relationsâ€”but talking of the pleasures of the flesh is a far cry from actually experiencing them. Then Frances Hart accidentally barges into a meeting, enlightening the Men and Women's Club about a woman's needsâ€”and tempting James to put his theories into practice...
Surrendering to the pleasures of the flesh, Frances finds herself in the arms of a younger man whose ideas shock her, whose gaze rivets her, and whose touch will change her forever...
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While visiting a famous London museum, Frances Hart accidentally wanders into a meeting of the Men and Women's Club, which gathers at the museum to discuss sex. Intrigued by Frances' forthright answers when she is questioned on the subject of a woman's right to pleasure, barrister James Whitcox insists that Frances join the club. What begins as a philosophical discussion soon becomes a hands-on study of desire when James convinces Frances to indulge in a scandalous liaison. But neither one expected their temporary affair would ever turn into love. Schone is known for her boldly sensual writing, and Scandalous Lovers is no exception. The sizzling affair between Frances, a refreshingly older heroine, and James is captured in vivid detail, but Schone also gives readers some surprisingly nuanced characterization and an expertly evoked Victorian setting. Libraries where authors like Susan Johnson, Cheryl Holt, and Emma Holly are popular will want to add Schone's latest scorchingly hot historical to their collections. John Charles
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