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Monday, November 14, 2011

Thoughts on Risqué: A Regency Ménage Tale

With it out now, I've been thinking about the story. It's not my normal ménage tale--there's a lot of coupleness (m/f, m/m, m/f) but I believe the emotional plot that drives the story stands.

It's taken me a long time to get this story just right, but I feel the end product reflects the story that needed to be told with these characters. Underneath it all is a layer of trust that doesn't come easily to any of them, Alix, Kane, or Brent. They want pleasure, they want fun, but anything more than that is dangerously scary territory.

I'll post some exerpts this week, but for now here's the blurb:
Risqué: A Regency Ménage Tale

The young widow Mrs. Alexandria Prescott enjoys her untainted reputation. In private, however, her sexual appetites know no bounds. An encounter with Kane Huntington changes that. Alix finds she can't help herself or her desire to test his notorious reputation and invites him to prove his mettle in her bedroom.

They enjoy their pleasurable games until jealousy's green eyes come between them in the form of Brent, the young Earl of Rowan. Unwilling to let themselves be bested in this game of passions, Alix and Kane use Brent as a pawn in their maneuvers against each other.

However, Brent has other ideas about his future and what—and who—it'll involve. He skillfully turns the tables on them and, despite the games they play, creates an image of the perfect ménage. But things never go as planned and when their secret is threatened will the three of them run? Or will they be clever and strong enough, to hide their love in plain sight?

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