Baring It All
Loveswept / June 24, 2013 / $.99 digital
It is with great discretion that this columnist discusses the sensitive topic of undergarments. Some ladies, it seems, do not pay strict attention to what they wear under their gowns. A crucial error, my ladies.
Lady Violet knows Lord Christian Jepstow is interested in women. The problem is, he hasn’t seemed to realize that Violetis a living, breathing woman—a woman with needs. Which is a huge problem, considering the fact that Violet and Christian are betrothed. Violet has no intention of saying her vows without knowing if her husband has the capacity to love her properly, so she does what anyone would do in her situation—she steps into his study and offers to take off her clothes. What happens next could be an utter disaster . . . or it could be surprising, seductive, and sizzlingly sexy.
(Full disclosure: Megan Frampton is the community manager for Heroes and Heartbreakers.)
Megan Frampton's Baring It All begins where most Regency romances end—the blushing innocent bride is happily engaged to the handsome, titled gentleman to the joy of both their families. What kind of story could come after that? When the young woman in question is Lady Violet, the story is sexy and playful and wonderful.