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The Art of Pleasure

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Rogue in Disguise by Monica Burns

When Ophelia Sheffield loses her home to the Earl of Rotherham, a notorious rake and lover, she's refuses to relinquish it without a fight. In a daring gamble, she offers to become the earl's student in the art of pleasure if he returns the deed to her family estate.

Charles Lynton is always saving his brother, the Earl of Rotherham, from c
Paperback, 196 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by New Concepts Publishing
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Jul 13, 2009 rated it really liked it
OK I bought this soley for Charlotte Featherstones' story however Monica Burns story didn't disappoint and read on the back of two contemporary Romances made for a refreshing change.

As the title explains both stories are based on the Hero "tutoring "the Heroine in matters pertaining to sex and seduction.

In Monica Burns story Ophelia is desperate to regain something very dear that has been lost to her and to do so she agrees to a certain arrangment with Charles Lynton (the man she believes holds
Debra Parmley
Jul 08, 2012 rated it liked it
The first eBook I ever read was Rogue in Disguise by Monica Burns, back when it was on a 3 1/2 inch floppy disk and way before many people were reading eBooks.
That's been some time ago and of course I no longer use such discs, but I do remember enjoying the story and will always think of it fondly and remember it as my first eBook experience. :-)
Cyn Mistress Kitty
Mar 27, 2010 rated it it was amazing
This book had 2 stories, 1 by Monica Burns which was good but I would have given 4*'s and 1 by Charlotte Featherstone which I would have given 5 + *'s if I could have because it was that great.
This book is well worth the read but unfortunately, it is OOP so is hard to get ahold of.
The Art of Pleasure

Rogue in Disguise by Monica Burns
2 Stars-It was okay.

Tutoring Lady Jane by Charlotte Feathersone
3 Stars-I enjoyed this short story.
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An award-winning author of spicy historical and paranormal romance, Monica Burns penned her first short romance story at the age of nine when she selected the pseudonym she uses today.

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Her historical book awards include the 2011 RT BookReviews Reviewers Choice Award and the 2012 Gayle Wilson Heart of Excellence Award for Pleasure Me .

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