Book Spotlight On Grey's Lady

Thursday, 21 January 2016

What's It About?:

She wanted just one naughty carriage

Beth McConnel has a secret. Every afternoon, she escapes the drudgery of her family's shop and seduces wealthy gentlemen. One encounter is all Beth allows. She must leave them burning.

When she boldly seduces Grey Sexton, a powerful shipping magnate, Beth finds his ice-over-fire combination of ironclad self-control and sensual indulgence too tempting to resist. Surely, one or two more clandestine trysts wouldn't hurt?

But Grey Sexton demands more. His possessive determination to own her, body and soul, threatens to expose her erotic life. To give into his demands means losing her good name and her place in her brother's home...everything she holds dear. She must turn away, for poor girls with no family connections aren't allowed to trust their hearts to a gentleman.

Reader Advisory: Grey's Lady is an erotic /
hot historical romance. It contains scenes of frequent, explicit sex and
graphic sexual language. It contains a non-traditional romance plot and an
unconventional heroine.

What The Reviews Say: 

I grew up on Historical Romances so it was nice to actually get to read one again. Seeing as this book is set in 1812 you can imagine how little freedom woman had in general let alone sexually. Back then men could have mistresses aplenty with no one batting an eye lash but let a woman sleep with more than one man and have that become public knowledge not only would she be disgraced, she would be branded a whore. It was interesting that Grey, while he had more than one mistress, was truly a gentleman at heart and strives to stay true to that. Beth is a woman who goes after which ever man she wants with abandon BUT still manages to keep her sexual encounters from being know by her family and the public at large. When Beth and Grey meet for the first time there is no denying the electricity that sparks between them. This Novella is about these two people with such strong wills trying to fight for dominance in their red hot affair. Beth doesn't want to be a kept woman and feel she has no say in her life and Grey feels that because she is sleeping with him he has a right to dictate rules on how she should behave and that he must protect her from the ways of the world. Both stubborn to the core it was really enjoyable seeing how their story played out. I am interested to see what comes next in book 2 of this series. On a scale from 1-10 I give Grey's Lady a 10. It was an enjoyable read with a strong female heroine and an equally strong hero that is capable of reforming his outlook on how he behaves. Anyone 18+ looking for a HOT read and strong characters really should pick up a copy of Grey's Lady.

About The Author:

Escape into the past with intensely erotic, emotionally driven love stories. Natasha Blackthorne writes character-focused historical erotica romance featuring strong internal conflicts played out in non-traditional and unconventional situations. Her stories are most frequently about the intimate journey of the characters as they learn to open their hearts to love.

Her heroines are not perfect ladies. They are wildflowers and wallflowers who enjoy flirting with the forbidden. Whether they are bold or shy, her heroines' strong desires and deep emotions drive the plot and drive their heroes to the point of no return.

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