Maggie Robinson

Oct 14
Publishers Weekly Review for Lords of Passion

Lords of Passion
Virginia Henley, Kate Pearce, and Maggie Robinson, Kensington/Brava, $14 trade paper (320p) ISBN 978-0-7582-5107-7

This lively book collects three well-matched historical romance novellas set in England. In Henley’s “Beauty and the Brute,” high-born teens Charles and Sarah are wedded to settle Charles’s father’s gambling debts. Mortal enemies on their wedding day, they part for three years, only to reunite as strangers and experience unexpected passion. In Pearce’s “How to Seduce a Wife,” prim young Louisa March yearns to feel pleasure in the bedroom. Her husband, Nicholas, wants to help her, but doesn’t know how. Could a Mayfair madam help them? In Robinson’s delicious “Not Quite a Courtesan,” a young heiress gets far more than she bargains for when she marries into a family of swindlers short on cash but long on charm. Readers will float away on the literary flair of these escapist tales, each touched with just the right amount of eroticism. (Dec.)

Delicious! Literary flair! Plus just the right amount of eroticism. šŸ™‚ I’m floating away right now!

5 comments to “Publishers Weekly Review for Lords of Passion”

  1. Elisabeth Naughton
     · October 14th, 2010 at 6:51 pm · Link

    Wonderful, Maggie! Can’t wait to read it!! Congrats!

  2. Elyssa Papa
     · October 14th, 2010 at 6:58 pm · Link

    Yay, Maggie!!! So awesome! And the novella is so fantastic! šŸ™‚

  3. Maggie Robinson
     · October 14th, 2010 at 7:04 pm · Link

    Thanks Eli and Ely! (ooh, sort-of-name twins)

  4. Theresa Romain
     · October 16th, 2010 at 5:18 pm · Link

    What a great review! Congrats!

    • Maggie Robinson
       · October 16th, 2010 at 5:55 pm · Link

      Thanks, Theresa! I’m still floating, LOL.