Saturday, April 26, 2014

Audiobook #REVIEW: The Governess and the Beast @KarynGerrard

The Governess and the Beast (Blind Cupid #2) by Karyn Gerrard is a Historical/BDSM/Erotic novella.
Hiding secrets and a past she longs to forget, Hortense Jennings answers an ad for a governess and embarks on an adventure she did not expect.

Concealed in a gothic, crumbling manor on the edge of a North Sea cliff, Baron Simon Wolstenholme is hiding from life. Horribly scarred from battle wounds, he lives up to his name “The Beast of Stonecliff” in both appearance and attitude until he realizes how lonely he has become.

Simon propositions Hortense for a singular night of passion. Raging weather and storms of anger clash between a lonely man and a distrustful woman to reveal secret desires in an emotional crescendo. Can the Governess and the Beast find calm amid the storm and admit their true feelings, or will pride destroy the fairy tale before it begins?

The Governess and the Beast is hot - hot - hot. The narrator's voice is melted sex and brings this already explicit story about the heated encounter -and ultimately beautiful story- between a scarred war hero and a lonely woman. Despite the setting being historical, the tale is one that could be set in any era. The audio version of this book amplifies every emotion rolling through the scenes.

Want a delicious read? Need to sink into something sexy? This book fits the description.

4 Chocolate-Dipped Strawberries
This book was given to us by the author. Many thanks.

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