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Lost in Pleasure

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
London, 1816

Richard, Earl of Kilcreggan, longs for the thrill of the unpredictable--but nothing prepares him for the sudden appearance of a beguiling woman in his library. As a man of science, he's intrigued by her story of time-travel. As a man of passion, he cannot resist their smoldering desire.

Thoroughly modern Errin McGill never dreamed a wish for romance would land h
Published March 1st 2013 by Harlequin Historical Undone (first published January 1st 2013)
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Katrina Passick Lumsden
This is one seriously lame short story. It's not terribly written, but there isn't really anything to it. It's just, "Oh, I've time traveled!" and "By jove, you have, indeed!" sex sex sex, a page worth of depression, and an ending. Not even a wrapped up ending, either.
As a lover of anything Marguerite Kaye writes, I was prepared to give 'Lost in Pleasure' a go, I am never tempted by time travel so this was something completely new for me.

As usual Marguerite's writing was captivating, her descriptive passages compelling. She really did make me sense how it would feel for a thoroughly modern miss to be transported back from the 21st to 19th century. 'No cars. No planes in the sky above. No power cables overhead. Exactly like a period film set, but totally, subt
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Marguerite Kaye writes hot historical romances from her home in cold and usually rainy Scotland. Featuring Regency Rakes, Highlanders and Sheikhs, she has published almost thirty books and novellas.

When she’s not writing she enjoys walking, cycling (but only on the level), gardening (but only what she can eat) and cooking. She also likes to knit and occasionally drink martinis (though not at the
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