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THE CLUB
by Sharon Page

Genre: Historical Romance
Sensuality: SCORCHER
Setting: Regency England

2009 Sensual Historical Romance Award Winner

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Reader, be deliciously warned: You'll need a fan or asbestos gloves to keep cool while devouring Page's heated tale. Not only is the sexual tension powerful and the many love scenes hotter than hot (with BDSM), the mystery and growing romance will keep you riveted too.

When her best friend,
Delphina, goes missing, Lady Sherringham, Jane St. Giles, decides
to investigate the matter by rushing
into the one place in London no
gently bred lady should enter: a
secret gentleman's club where the games are anything but refined.

The members play out erotic and often cruel fantasies -- sometimes with their unwilling wives, and Jane is trapped in a whirl of sensuality she's unprepared to view. Fortunately, the man she's procured for the night is on a mission of his own. Delphina's brother Christian Sutcliffe, Lord Wickham, is also there searching for his sister, and he claims Jane to protect her from the reckless, lecherous lords. As their
investigation heats up, so does their charade, turning their search into a passionate affair that leads from one erotic encounter to another. (DELL, Feb., 403 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: DELL

Published: February 2009

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