“Discipline, Miss Hamilton, is a vital component of your treatment regime.”
The wild, young governess cannot afford to lose her position in Baronet Dowling’s household. She would be reduced to poverty and life on the street. The promise of Professor Feversham’s treatments is all that stands between her and dismissal.
“Where discipline is not naturally present, it must be instilled for the good of the patient.”
Will the Professor’s hysteria treatments enable Sophia to control her desperate urges, or will stronger methods be required? Will the young governess find the relief she craves with the Professor’s latest inventions—the electromechanical vibrating bench and the triple function steam-driven percuteur?
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The look she gave me was identical to the ones Callie kept tossing my way—hot and hungry like she was ready to eat me alive.
Olivia is getting bolder by the day. She’s making it crystal clear that she wants to pick up where we left off twenty years ago. I still don’t trust this sudden one-eighty in her attitude after her long vendetta against me, and if she ever finds out what I’m doing to her sweet, innocent daughter I’ll be a dead man. A castrated dead man. Callie won’t let up, though.
“Danger just adds spice. Besides, I’m worth a little risk, right?”
To Hell with Olivia. No other woman has ever gotten under my skin the way that Callie does, never made me obsess like this. She’s all I want. All I can think about. I can’t get enough, even while her mother is trying to stake her own claim on me in front of her friends. But Callie is mine, now, and I intend to keep her. I just have to figure out a way to manage it without Olivia killing me. Or worse.
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Since I sort of dropped out in the second half of 2015, I figured some of you might want to know what’s up. I left my day job last June so I could write full time and went through a major move right after that. I spent June through November dealing with all of that fun stuff and working on my new romance pen name, Olivia Blake. My first romance novel, With One Word, was published on November 30th. It’s an actual romance novel – 75,000 words – and those of you who like my older man/younger woman erotic romances ought to enjoy it.
Since then I’ve been working on the companion novel to that and figuring out where I wanted to go with my erotica catalog.
The first week of January I’ll release the fourth installment in the My Wildest Fantasy series. Those of you who haven’t tried it yet ought to grab the first installment to check it out. It’s a freebie, and #2 is only 99 cents. How can you go wrong with free? After incessant begging from certain fans, I’ve decided that I’m going to go ahead and write a full eight installments instead of just six. I’ve started the fourth book in Professor Feversham’s Academy as well, and I’ve written a few thousand words on a longer older man/younger woman erotic romance, which is shaping up to be one of my best yet. I’m hoping to have that and one of the Feversham stories completed in January. I’d like to do more, but I’m working on the new novel at the same time and there’s only one of me and only so many hours in the day.
Spoiler alert for the Preacher’s Virgin Daughters fans – Kelsey and Jack will be tying the knot in the last two sequels. Keep an eye out for those, and if you want to make sure you don’t miss anything, sign up for my mailing list. I only send out email if I’ve got a new release or if I’m running a major sale, so there’s no spam.
I’m looking forward to publishing a lot of awesome stories for you guys this year. 2016 is going to kick ass!