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Slave to Fashion

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  36 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A taste of the forbidden . . .

Georgiana Talbot intends to remain a spinster in order to ensure her younger sisters debut and find husbands. But when she encounters a devilish Scot who ignites a searing fire within her, Georgiana realizes just how much she has denied herself regarding the pleasures of the flesh. Determined to learn more, she concocts a daring scheme.

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Published May 6th 2011 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.
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Georgiana Talbot isn’t your average London miss. She’s a renowned modiste, one wholly concerned with the success of her business and making advantageous matches for her sisters. When Blane MacLaren, Laird of Lockerbie, tries to convince Georgiana to buy the linen from his mills instead of from the man Georgiana wants her sister to wed, Georgiana scoffs. But Blane tempts Georgiana to consider his offer with
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When fashion meets passion Georgiana will have to decide if she can give up control to experience the love and sensuality she has long denied herself.

Georgiana Talbot is the premier modiste to the ton and firmly on the shelf by her own design. She has four younger sisters that she’s determined to see married and settled. Thanks to an outdated law of primogeniture she and her female relatives are left practically destitute until Georgiana takes matters and fashion plates into her own talented ha
Slave to Fashion by Debra Glass led me on a delightful journey to the 1700’s. I’ve always wanted to be a part of the haute ton and found myself living vicariously through the heroine Georgiana Talbot. What a strong woman with a will of her own. I found it commendable that she took care of her family, taking over after the loss of a parent. Her wilfulness enchanted me. And Blane MacLaren is enough to make any woman of any time period simply melt. I found his manipulative ways genius and the grand ...more
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3.5/5; 4 stars; B+

If you're looking for an erotic, light, historical romance, this book fits the bill. This is the first book I've read by this author and I liked her style and characterization. I didn't think the story had a lot of depth but it was certainly on par or better than the cazillion main stream historical romance books out there. I liked the level of eroticism in the story and the fairly delicate way the author introduced the concept of D/s without really going into it too much.
As always, I loved it.
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Growing up in the south where the air is thick with stories steeped in legend and truth, Debra came by her love of romance novels honestly. Well…sort of. At an early age, she pilfered from her grandmother’s extensive library and has been a fan of the genre since.

A full time freelance writer, Debra especially enjoys combining history, mystery and a touch of taboo to weave stories with unforgettable
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