A feelgood - and fiery hot - Victorian romance novella. If you like a quick read full of heartwarming, historical heat, read on!
Atuk Morothwaite III is as confused as his name suggests. Ignored by his father and treated with suspicion by his university, he fritters away his time in pubs or Oxford's exclusive pleasure clubs - and the cramped study of his best friend and truest confidante, Violet Belgrave.
But Violet's life is about to change, in a way that unsettles Atuk deeply. Is he going to lose his brother-in-arms... or will he find something even more precious?
Violet Belgrave had spent most of her life avoiding romance. As one of the few female students at Oxford, determinedly eccentric in her dress and manner, she considers love a distraction - and, perhaps, something to be feared.
When some unexpected news leaves her in need of a trusted adviser, who better to turn to than her good friend Atuk? Atuk, her comrade, her most platonic of companions... for now, at least...
Two friends, a curious course of study - and a slowly growing realization. Will their friendship survive? Or will it flower into something neither of them could ever have imagined?
Lose yourself in this deliciously sensual slice of Victorian escapism by Felicia Greene, the queen of spicy, swoony quick reads. With tortured heroes, teasing heroines and attraction that defies all decorum, these brief but beautiful tales will make any spare hour fly by!
This book is the third standalone in the pleasingly improper Lady Sophia's Gentlemen series! If you want to read more about Lady Sophia - and enjoy a brief, extremely adult cameo from this novella's hero - go to Felicia Greene's author page and find 'Lady Sophia's Lessons: The Victorian Vice Collection'. Happy reading...