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BORDELLO
by Jewelann Butler

Genre: Historical Romance, E-book
Sensuality: HOT
Setting: 1893 New Orleans

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The title implies lots of hot, steamy sex with a lot of ladies of the night, but that's not the case. Although there's a house of ill repute, the women have their choice of clients, and the overall theme is to help runaway women and their children. The book is a bit different, but its message is excellent: Women should never be abused.

Savannah inherited La Hibiscus Rouge Bordello from her beloved husband when he died. His dream of helping women escape expands when his widow takes the reins. Savannah has no plans to
remarry. All she wants is to run the
bordello until Napoleon, the son of
one of her mother's dearest friends, begins an extremely tempting flirtation. But when she learns that her handsome beau investigates missing women
to take them back to their husbands, Savannah closes her heart to the
one man who could make her want
to love again. Napoleon then begins
a pursuit that leaves her gasping
for breath and begging for more.
(Awe-Struck.net, dl $3.75)

Reviewed By: Faith V. Smith

Publisher: Awe-Struck.net

Published: December 2006

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