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Trinity | 803 comments Mod
A big thank you to S. M. Taylor for the opportunity to read Fortuna: The Coupling in exchange for a review. Anyone interested just needs to sign up below.

Fortuna: The Coupling is a Gothic fantasy of erotic horror . . .

Following a car crash in a storm, Lily Ward wakes up and enters the pages of a Gothic romance of nightmare proportions . . .

'May fortune be thy misery, love be thy madness, and sleep be thy nightmare!' . . .

May Day 2013, a car crashes in a violent storm, and a young woman wakes up in Mortshire Infirmary, her memory locked shut. She is told that her name is Lily Ward and that she is engaged to be married to the charismatic and enigmatic Lord Edward Saxton, heir to the Saxton legacy. Transported to the fortress of Saxton Manor, Lily Ward is confined and captivated by the controlling mind and consuming passion of her Saxton keeper. In a race against time, Lily Ward must unravel the dark legacy inherited by Lord Saxton in order to find the key to unlock her memory and to discover the truth of who she really is before she becomes the next tragic 'Saxton Bride'.

This is a cross-genre novel: including elements of romance, fantasy, supernatural, horror, and fairy tale. It is vintage in style.

Antonia (vickymarie) that sounds lovely! i'd like to read and review. cheers!

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S.M. Taylor | 1 comments Thank you, Trinity, for listing 'Fortuna: The Coupling' as a read for review book.

I will PM those who are interested to request an email address in order to send an e-book.

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Trinity | 803 comments Mod
Absolutely, and thank you again for the opportunity!

Gills Muir | 36 comments I'm happy to read for review - Gills

Gills Muir | 36 comments I'm happy to read for review - Gills

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