Whatever happened to Aunt Flora?

If you’ve read  A PERILOUS PASSION, you will have encountered the heroine’s young maiden aunt, who dispatched a hefty burglar with a warming pan.

Yes, there’s a lot more to Flora than meets the eye, and in the next book in this series, we discover what happens when she runs into the handsome Dr. Campaign again.

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Well, you can find out right now, in  A POTION FOR PASSION.

Here’s a wee snippet-


“Oh!” She flipped his notebook shut. “You’re awake. How do you feel?”

“All the better for seeing you,” he replied, in a voice that washed over her like liquid silk. Then he yawned, stretched, winced and gave her a rueful grin which made her heart thump rapidly against her ribs. My goodness, but this man was compelling beyond words! She struggled against the urge to just throw herself at him, and run her hands all over his perfectly proportioned and muscled body.

Then she thought of the notches on the wheel and hauled herself back to sanity.

“I’m sore,” Lawrence said, “but there won’t be any lasting damage, I’m certain. I’m very grateful for your help, Madame Julietta.”

“Hush! You can’t call me by that name here. It’s a part of my past no one must ever know about.”

“Just as no one must ever know you’re sitting unchaperoned in an enclosed wagon with a naked man only feet away? An aroused naked man?”

Flora shot to her feet and uttered several incoherent sounds, blushing furiously. Eventually, she managed to splutter, “You’re just too shocking. Please don’t tease me.”

To which he replied, with a sinfully wicked grin, “You call me shocking? I’m quite justified in being here. You, on the other hand, are not.”


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2 responses

  1. Reblogged this on Dog Eared Pages and commented:
    Thank You for an excellent second book in this series of standalone titles.


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