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4.0 out of 5 stars raunchy games
Fallen Angel by Jess Michaels
Arabella Nichols - a stunning beauty and a notorious madam
John Valentine - handsome, sexy and a disgraced Bow Street Runner.
Someone is stalking her: she hires him for protection. But they both have something to hide and will need to trust each other with the truth before the would-be killer can be unmasked.
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Published on 1 Feb 2011 by Cloggie Downunder

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3.0 out of 5 stars Ho Hum
Bought this for a wet afternoon read. It wasn't particularly memorable; the blurb was much better than the actual book and whilst it was some time since I read it all I can really say is that I don't think I will opt for a Jess Michaels book again.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Ho Hum, 20 May 2013
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Bought this for a wet afternoon read. It wasn't particularly memorable; the blurb was much better than the actual book and whilst it was some time since I read it all I can really say is that I don't think I will opt for a Jess Michaels book again.
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4.0 out of 5 stars raunchy games, 1 Feb 2011
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This review is from: Parlor Games (Paperback)
Fallen Angel by Jess Michaels
Arabella Nichols - a stunning beauty and a notorious madam
John Valentine - handsome, sexy and a disgraced Bow Street Runner.
Someone is stalking her: she hires him for protection. But they both have something to hide and will need to trust each other with the truth before the would-be killer can be unmasked.
Jess Michaels brings us a romantic tale of intrigue with some highly erotic love scenes.

Parlor Games by Leda Swan
Sarah Chesham - a curate's daughter, an innocent virgin, jobless, almost destitute and trying to avoid a life on the streets.
Tom Wilde - a rake and a gossip merchant who makes his living producing salacious pamphlets about prominent members of society.
Tom encounters Sarah on her first day at Mrs Erskine's coffee house (brothel), where parlor games to tempt the clientele are the order of the day. He is so taken by her that he pays for a month of her time. Sarah spends her time in his company indulging in these parlor games, at the same time, trying not to become a whore, thus frustrating Tom at every turn.
Leda Swan brings us a very erotic romance with some rather graphic descriptions of explicit sexual encounters. Not all sweetness and light.

Border Lord by Julia Templeton
Terri Campbell discovers her fiancé in the act of being unfaithful and escapes to Scotland to lick her wounds. She tours a priory where she enters a sealed chamber and somehow ends up in the 13th century as Annabelle MacLellan, the daughter of a Scottish Laird.
Brochan Douglas is a Scottish Laird who is intent on revenge against Angus MacLellan for the murder of his brother. This revenge takes shape as the kidnapping of MacLellan's beloved daughter Annabelle.
Terri suddenly finds herself the captive of a handsome, sexy, green-eyed border lord who is intent on having his way with her.
Julia Templeton brings us a truly sensuous romance. Throw in a bit of time-travel, and this becomes a delightful erotic tale. Easily the best of the three.
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4.0 out of 5 stars escapism., 28 Aug 2009
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i felt that this particular book displayed the talents of all the writers, i enjoyed especially the last book in the trio, perhaps because i had read the author before, there is something magical about time travel to the past. i also enjoyed first story but was disappointed by the second, overall i enjoyed the book.
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