Title: The Blind Cupid
Author: Karyn Gerrard
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Release Date: December 14, 2012
My Rating: 4 Stars
Another story in The Edge Series…
Was cupid blind?
Anne Sommer, a spinster firmly on the shelf, does the unthinkable. She hires a man to give her pleasure for one night. Anne wants the erotic memories to keep her company in the lonely years ahead. She did not expect the young man who showed up at her door to move her in ways she never imagined.
Desmond Glover gives pleasure—for a price. An orphan whose childhood was mired in scandal and poverty, Desmond has learned to close off his emotions with regard to his occupation. He did not count on a lonely spinster to awaken his hidden passion.
Not only do the years separate them, but their social standings. Can Anne and Desmond cross such a chasm and find mutual desire—or love?
This is a well written, erotic and sensual historical romance, set in Victorian era England. It has an engaging storyline, and interesting characters.
Desmond and Anne have such different backgrounds and life-stories, but ultimately they ache for the same thing: a partner in love and in lust.
With steamy sex, a beautiful and damaged male lead, and a bit of romance, this is a thoroughly enjoyable short story. It is edgy and a bit dark, punctuated with sexual heat. It’s perfect for a single sitting, maybe waiting for an appointment; try not to squirm 😉
*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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