Deeper in Sin

Aphrodisia: Kensington. (Wicked Dukes, Bk. 2). Sept. 2015. 352p. ISBN 9781617730948. pap. $12.95; ebk. ISBN 9781617730955. EROTICA
Young country girl Sophie Ashley finds herself homeless, with a child out of wedlock after sleeping with her beloved, then losing him in war. Shunned by her family and friends, she goes to London to earn a living as a courtesan, believing she can find a protector to support her and fellow widow Belle's small family. Sneaking into a sophisticated Cyprian ball lands her the acquaintance of Fitzwilliam Montcleif, war hero and Duke of Caradon, who is one of the wild foursome known as the Wicked Dukes (Deeply in You), named so for their notorious revelry and love of bedding women. But Cary has been unable to live up to his raucous reputation since his harrowing time as a prisoner of war. Sophie, drawn to his gentleness and protective nature, endeavors to become his mistress, believing she can heal his impotence and perhaps even win his heart. When an attacker starts murdering courtesans and pinning the crimes on Cary, it is up to Sophie and the Wicked Dukes to solve the mystery and clear his name. Full of sweetness and sex interspersed with fighting, intrigue, murder, and revenge, this novel keeps readers entertained, in and out of the bedroom.
VERDICT This title embodies all the classic qualities of strong, sexy historical erotica. Recommended for fans of the genre.

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