Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Book Review of Lord Regret’s Price 21 and over only

Book Review of Lord Regret’s Price
Lord Regret's Price (A Jane Austen Space Opera)

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A devilish alliance, sparked by imperial blood…
A Jane Austen Space Opera, Book 3
After weeks of travel, Lord Sigmund Regret’s nerves are frayed. He’s gone too long without a mark, but that’s not the only thing making him edgy. Once the reality of his profession sinks in, he wonders how his Lady Charlotte Wyre will feel when he comes to her bed with fresh blood on his hands.
Of course, the other man in her life adds more stress to an already complicated relationship. Gilead Masters’s needs are so…normal…compared to Sig’s, which leaves Charlotte turning to him to explore her darkening fantasies. Bondage is one thing. But pain? That’s too close to his bloodline’s violent weakness for Sig’s comfort.
Charlotte can feel Sig pulling away, but there is no time to heal the rift before they land in Zijin, where she is immediately attacked. Britannia’s reach is long, and Queen Majel’s reach is even deeper—and more deadly. As Imperial politics come to a dangerous boil, Charlotte must risk everything to keep her beloved assassin alive, free, and at her side.
Even as he searches for his next mark.
Warning: Ladies in positions of power, a dragon alien, and a BDSM ménage à trois featuring a duchess on the run, a gentlemanly assassin, and a rough-and-tumble sheriff willing to gun down anyone who gets between him and his lady.


Okay, can I just say that Jane Austen would faint if she read anything this hot.  Not only is the action hot, as in dangerous and running for your life; but the men are hot and the action at home is even hotter.  This is not a book for the faint of heart or for reading when you don’t have your loved one or friendly toy handy.  The scenes are spicy to say the least.

            That would make the book worth reading, but the story is actually good.  I loved the twist where you find out the true identity of Lord Regret, such a great twist I never saw coming.  The psychological underpinnings of the BSDM were also very intriguing.  I enjoyed how trusting Charlotte was and understood her beliefs even while Sig struggled with his.

            I would definitely recommend this book.  I give this book 4.5 out of 5 clouds and a chili pepper rating of 8 spicy hot peppers.

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