Home

Monday, February 22, 2016

Scandalously Yours

Do you love a good scandal?
Do you like a sizzling period romance?
Here are
Eight Scandalous Tales of Love and Seduction.

Walk on the Wild Side of History from the Celtic Iron Age to medieval Cornwall, from Regency and Victorian England to the American West. 

 Through the ages, where there has been society there have always been norms and, conversely, scandals when love gets in the way of propriety, and love prevails over social mores of the times.  Scandalously Yours is eight stories by multi-published, bestselling authors exploring the triumphs of love between a man and a woman—even scandalous love—over what’s considered “proper” in the time period the romances are set in. 


My tale is Timeless Voyage. 
Is love even better...the second lifetime around. 
As the pirate Anwen, presses her dagger against the throat of, Kaeso, her Roman captive, he s captivated by dreams of a woman he loved in a previous life, the mirror image of Anwen. Can Anwen and Kaeso steer their timeless voyage to a happy destiny or will they be robbed of love again? 

There is also a Maeve Alpin story in Scandalously Yours. Set in the Victorian era.                      
The Brass Octopus
Can a prim librarian make a rogue smile...Can a lovable rogue make a librarian wild? Spinster Librarian Piety Plunkett is happy alone with her books, until her sister transforms her with a brass octopus beautifying machine. With her new look, the librarian catches the lusty attentions of a notorious rogue. Blake Blackmore enjoys the favors of beautiful women from the brothels of London to high society's most fashionable debutantes but only the spinster librarian consumes his mind night and day. Piety insists she will not wed but devote her life to her position as head librarian. 


Blake takes matters into his own hands, and in three passion filled lessons, he tutors her in carnal pleasure. Now that she is sharing her body, instead of just her books, Piety is shocked yet pleased at how naughty she can be. But if anyone finds out about what goes on in the library after closing time her reputation would be ruined. Is that Blake' ultimate plan?




2 comments:

Tina Donahue said...

Congrats on your new release, Cornelia.

Cornelia Amiri said...

Thank you so much, Tina.