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Listener advisory: This romantic erotica set in Regency England contains light BDSM elements and themes of submission and domination.

Desperate to save her cousin from certain ruin with a notorious rake, Miss Heloise Merrill impersonates her cousin and takes her place at the "Chateau Debauchery". Heloise intends to convince the rake - Sebastian Cadwell, Earl of Blythe - to turn his attentions elsewhere. What she doesn't intend is to be splayed across his legs and spanked!

Deprived of his intended guest, Sebastian Cadwell intends to provide the meddling Miss Merrill a much deserved set-down. But when his hand connects with her lovely derriere, he finds he wants to do more than just administer a light spanking. He wants her total submission.

©2017 Emily Chang (P)2017 Emily Chang

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  • jw
  • 10-05-19

A lot of firsts with this book, very enjoyable

My first historical erotic & my first by Em Brown. At first I didn’t care for her narration, it seemed a little slow then I got into the story and really enjoyed it all.

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  • Erica
  • 30-01-19

Ok story. Narration disjointed.

The narrator was irritating. Lots of extended pauses for reasons I couldn’t understand. It made the book feel disjointed. It ruined the flow.

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  • Cathie
  • 27-03-18

Stop narrating your own books

My dear lady you are a horrible narrator. You will sell more books if you stop. I’m certain that it sounds better in your head than it does to those of us trying to bear it The story was very good. It’s short but to the point and flows well. You are a talented writer. Real narration would have given this book what it needed to be exceptional.