By Celia May Hart
Two very different sisters with one thing in common—the good fortune to find men who'll show them how heavenly sin can be...
Lucy Waverton's wild escapades are the talk of the ton. Fleeing the notorious Earl of Radbourne's carriage after a delicious seduction, she meets a soldier whose hard body and rebellious streak stir her newly awakened desires. Sergeant Michael Hall may be lowborn, but his every caress takes Lucy higher and higher, into a realm of pure carnal ecstasy...
Searching the country for her reckless younger sister, Caroline Waverton instead finds herself in the company of the rogue who reputedly ruined Lucy. Alex Radbourne is decadent, depraved, and devilishly skilled at uncovering Caroline's secret, forbidden desires. The refined Miss Caroline has a thoroughly wanton side, and though each knows the affair is wrong, nothing could feel more right than surrendering to sinfully erotic abandon...
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- Pub. Date: 02-01-2007
- Publisher: Aphrodisia
- Format: Adobe
- Sales Rank: 8087
Just okay read
December 6, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Doha, QA
I am sorry to say that this book didnt click for me. Yes I agree that the sex scenes were good but a reader does look for more than that.
The story begins with Lucy, who is virgin, making wild love with a total stranger; Radbourne. The scene is built and built and then snap it's over. The girl is insulted by the man calling her by another name at the hieght of passion. She leaves in a huff, disillusioned yet after only a few pages she is again making love with an other total stranger. There is no emtional context built and one fails to mentally connect as no development of plot or characters is there. The book gives a new meaning to casual sex.
On the other hand the out raged elder sister who sets out to make the rake, Radbourne, pay by marrying her sister, end up as quickly as casually falling between the sheets with him. They end up having torrid sex while all the time she knows he is supposed to marry her sister. At one hand she keeps reminding him of his promise to set the record straight by marrying Lucy, who is 'ruined' by him while at the same time she sleeps with him again and again. It doesnt make sense.
Through out the story the sex scenes are good but it seems as if two stories are forced to merge as one. Secondly, the same story could have been better dealt within a shorter length. As after a while it feels as if the story is stretched just for the sake of it.
All in all its a mildly okay read.
This erotica was interesting, touching, and stimul
April 21, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Houston, TX US
This erotica was interesting, touching, and stimulating. I wasn't expecting the story to be mentally, emotionally and sexually satisfying. The story of Lucy Waverton and Michael Hall is like no other Regency I've ever read. The setting, the story line, all were unique. I love that about it. Caroline Waverton's story is more common, but wildly sexy.
Made for Sin
August 24, 2012
Reviewer: A reader from BLOOMFIELD, NJ USA
This was a good read but not my favorite by Celia May Hart. The sex was erotic and steamy and their was a nice romance as well, but it seemed to drag a bit.
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Chapter OneAlex Radbourne, the Earl of Radbourne, woke in a mild state of panic. Where the devil am I? Why does my bed rock in such an alarming manner? He forced open his gummy eyelids.
He blinked, a bright shaft of light piercing the gloom. In my carriage? What the devil am I doing in my carriage?
His memories came rushing back. He bit back a groan, not wanting to upset the girl. He'd been an idiot, but he'd decided to do the right thing by her.
He blinked again, his eyes adjusting to the light. The girl. Where was she?
He roared, pounding on the carriage roof, bellowing for the coachman.
At once, the carriage drew to a halt, and his coachman opened the door. "Yes, my lord?"
"Where the devil is the girl?" he demanded.
The coachman started, staring beyond his master into the carriage's interior. "She-she is not in there?"
"I know that," Alex snapped. "What I want to know is where she is now."
His coachman took an inadvertent step backward. "We just went through the town of Durham, my lord. Had to slow the carriage. Perhaps she chose that moment to leave?"
Alex cursed. "She could have killed herself. What made her act that way? She-" He broke off, remembering their wild, abandoned lovemaking in the carriage. It would not do to speak of that before the help, although surely the man had heard them copulate.
"Women!" he cursed. "I'll never understand them."
"What do you wish to do, my lord?" the coachman prompted after a short, angry silence.
"We'll have to go back to Durham, of course, and see what has gotten into that girl. C...