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Sunday, September 26, 2010
Review - My Three Lords by Juniper Bell
Title : My Three Lords
Author : Juniper Bell
Publisher : Ellora's Cave
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Reviewed By: Brynna
Rating: You Need to Read
How is one innocent country girl to choose between a Duke, a Marquis and an Earl? Must she?
When Miss Alicia Silverwood marries the Earl of Dorchester, he whisks her off to Notre Plaisir, a country manor where erotic surprises await in the company of three powerful lords.
The young Earl needs a wife and heir. The cynical Marquis de Beaumont needs a playmate. And the commanding Duke of Warrington needs a reason to live. As for the new Lady Dorchester, she’s about to discover the true nature of her own sensual needs. On top of that, she’s falling in love.
It might take a miracle for Lady Alicia and her three lords to come to an arrangement that makes them all happy. Or perhaps all that’s required is a little scandalous rule-breaking.
The Marquis has taken it upon himself to see to it his beloved Lady Alicia will never want for anything, including carnal pleasure. Herein lies the plan and the problem. Already married to one woman and in love with yet another still, he arranges Alicia’s marriage to his close friend the Earl of Dorchester. Knowing the younger man, the Marquis agrees to aide the Earl in introducing his bride to the more sensual world of delights.
Alicia finds the Marquis’ actions odd to say the least, but obeys her new husband in all things. When she finds herself succumbing to the Marquis’ wicked nature will she be able to choose gentle caresses over unbridled passion? And what of love? Is she never to find the one thing her heart truly seeks?
All of Alicia’s heroes are diverse in nature. Ms. Bell does an excellent job of portraying not only the male point of view but all three men in very different ways. I must say though I did find the Earl the least entertaining of them and was glad the author kept his appearance to a minimum. All in all, hot, vivid and engaging writing makes this one you need to read.