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Image of The Tutor


Image of The Tutor
THE TUTOR (4.5) by Hope Tarr: Engaged to an uninspiring man who’s an inept lover, Lady Beatrice Lindsey decides to ensure her happiness by asking Ralph Sylvester, her brother-in-law’s secretary, to teach her everything he knows about the art of love. Ralph and Bea have been attracted to each other for years, but the difference in their social standings has kept him from courting her. The erotic adventures they share are a revelation to both, but Ralph doesn’t believe they can have more than a few stolen hours together, even after Bea breaks her engagement. Set in 1891 Scotland, this sizzling story has it all — multifaceted characters, strong conflict and potent sexual tension. Don’t miss it.
Reviewed by: 
Page Traynor