Sunday, August 22, 2010

Review: My Three Lords by Juniper Bell

My Three Lords by Juniper Bell

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



How is one innocent country girl to choose between a Duke, a Marquis and an Earl? Must she?

When Miss Alicia Silverwood marries the Earl of Dorchester, he whisks her off to Notre Plaisir, a country manor where erotic surprises await in the company of three powerful lords.

The young Earl needs a wife and heir. The cynical Marquis de Beaumont needs a playmate. And the commanding Duke of Warrington needs a reason to live. As for the new Lady Dorchester, she’s about to discover the true nature of her own sensual needs. On top of that, she’s falling in love.

It might take a miracle for Lady Alicia and her three lords to come to an arrangement that makes them all happy. Or perhaps all that’s required is a little scandalous rule-breaking.

Reader Advisory: Contains an m/m/f/m ménage with brief m/m sex, as well as a deflowering and much sweet loving.

LynnMarie’s Review

Juniper Bell has written an erotic historical that kept me glued to the pages. It was an interesting mix, with Alicia’s narration being in first person, allowing us to know her intimately. The three Lords are narrated in third person.

Alicia is a good girl, and once married, behaves as she is expected. When her new husband gives another man, the Marquis, permission to play with her in bed, she keeps her mouth shut and allows herself to enjoy this attention. Her husband is a young stud, hard and eager, but doesn’t take the time to meet her sensual needs, only his own. The Marquis quenches her need to be touched and pleasured to completion. When Alicia’s past fantasy man, the Duke, comes into the picture, she knows that she loves only him. Each man is a piece of puzzle that completes her. Can she be satisfied with just one of the men?

Juniper Bell writes with a poetic pen. She describes the experience of an orgasm like no other author, bringing us along on Alicia’s every sensation and emotion. 

I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Alicia’s growth and self discovery. She starts out as an unsure young wife, and discovers her hidden sexuality that she shouldn’t be ashamed of, but embrace. For a highly erotic, sensual read with a historical flare, I recommend My Three Lords.

5 Tea Cups!

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