An extremely well written book, with splendid dialogue. The characters and scenery are vivid in their descriptions and examples. Readers are shown numerous aspects of the plot line, giving the book a depth few first novels achieve. -- Coffee Time Romance and More, February 2010
Follow the story of one young woman who suddenly finds herself destitute on the streets of Paris in 1878. Faced with the need to survive, she agrees to become a prostitute in one of the most infamous brothels in Paris. Ashamed of her choice and fearful for her future, she meets a handsome lord who has paid a hefty price to take her virginity. Little does she know that the man chosen to deflower her innocence will change her life forever.
"Price of Innocence is an extremely well written book, with splendid dialogue. The characters and scenery are vivid in their descriptions and examples." -- Coffee Time Romance
"This is a well-researched story of ironic love. Overall, the book is a satisfying historical romance . . ." (Judge's Commentary Writer's Digest)
From the Author
The Price of Innocence is first in the series of three books. Scheduled for release late 2010 - The Price of Deception.
About the Author
Vicki's debut historical fiction is causing a stir among readers. She's been accused of making people cry, angry, touched, frustrated, excited, and sleepless having stayed up all night reading. The Price of Innocence is the first in a three-novel series.
Lessons from the Phantom of the Opera, released in May 2009, was Vicki's first non-fiction work, which has gained worldwide readership from Phantom fans everywhere. It started as a blog that currently boasts 48,000 hits from 106 countries. It is available in both book and blog form and takes a deeper look at the popular story. She has received comments from fans, teachers, and even university professors on her wonderful study guide to Phantom.