[EPUB] ✸ Whispers of the Flesh (Hidden Grotto #3) ✽ Louisa Burton – Reliableradio.co.uk

Whispers of the Flesh (Hidden Grotto #3) This series should be read in sequence, otherwise the characters don t make much sense I really liked the historical mythological themes in the story line. Whispers of the Flesh is not as sensual as Burton s phenomenal first book, House of Dark Delights , but it is definitely an excellent read In this book, the main plot of the series is told, and not just character development and random events at different time periods Whispers of the Flesh is by far the bes In This Irresistibly Seductive New Book, Louisa Burton Extends Her Most Provocative Invitation Yet To The Infamous Castle Of The Hidden Grotto A Voluptuous Sanctuary Of Pleasure And Passion Hidden In A Deep Mountain Valley In Rural France Is An Ancient Castle Known Only To An Exclusive Few Here, Four Exquisitely Beautiful Immortals Who Thrive On Carnal Energy Captivate And Ravish Their Human Visitors, Fulfilling Their Darkest Fantasies, Their Most Secret Hungers.A Chaste Young British Jesuit Poses As A Landscaper To Investigate Centuries Of Rud Wickedness At The Ch Teau, Forcing Him To Confront The Long Sublimated Desires And Urges Seething Beneath His Own Pious Exterior The American Daughter Of The Ch Teau S Dying Administrator Can T Bear The Thought Of Succeeding Her Father, Since It Would Mean Playing Matchmaker To The Love Of Her Life The Roots Of Her Dilemma, And Its Possible Solution, Hark Back To A Weekend In 1972 When A Group Of Free Loving Hippies Descended On The Ch Teau For A Few Days Of Orgiastic Revelry, Where Every Convention Was Broken And Nothing Was Taboo.Step Into The Castle Of The Hidden Grotto And Lose Yourself In A Realm Of Mystery, Temptation, And Intoxicating Sensuality. Crossposted from ToyChickBlog.com I picked up this book in the dreamlike frenzy of OMG how much off Borders closing sales, but that doesn t make it any less of a good read I had previously leafed through the next book in the series, In The Garden of Sin, and as such knew a little bit about the main ish characters, Elic and Lili a gender changing Incubus and a Succubus, respectively.Ms Burton manages to weave an eminently readable story, providing in my opinion just enough imagery, Crossposted from ToyChickBlog.com I picked up this book in the dreamlike frenzy of OMG how much off Borders closing sales, but that doesn t make it any less of a good read I had previously leafed through the next book in the series, In The Garden of Sin, and as such knew a little bit about the main ish characters, Elic and Lili a gender changing Incubus and a Succubus, respectively.Ms Burton manages to weave an eminently readable story, providing in my opinion just enough imagery, background and emotions to balance the sex scenes that are liberally sprinkled throughout the book As with the previous installment in this four book series, two different stories are in the book The first covers a historical peek back in time, while the other fast forwards toor less present day This provides a nice pair of tales set on the same stage the lush French estate of the Grotto Cachee, rife with secret pathways I felt as if I was there, with the Jesuit reasearching the story of the Grotto and trying to understand my own desires, as he was.Compelling read.If you aren t stirred to read to the end and buy the next book in the series, you don t have a pulse.Burton is not a one trick pony.She has the gift. This is a superb addition to The Hidden Grotto series Not only is it full of the usual wonderful characters performing their usual, yet varied, intriguing sexual exploits, but we finally get to see what h Lili, Elic Elle, Darius, Inigo, Adrien, Emmett and Isabel are the heart of this story, one of my favorite in this series I can t help falling in love with these characters and the circle of love and friendship that lasts down through the centuries. preorder, received I m reading this book REALLY slowly because I don t want it to end There s only one left in the series after this, so I m savoring Finally got my hands on this one.I ended up reading it out of order this 3rd installment last and though it was a bit frustrating to be left with the cliffhanger around Isabel in the 2nd book, really this was a good one with which to end which is not to say I am not hoping for manyOnly 2 stories here, but they did a good job of keeping the fires stoked Every time I worry that she is veering too far into romance or history, she manages to placate And after all, those contexts are wh Finally got my hands on this one.I ended up reading it out of order this 3rd installment last and though it was a bit frustrating to be left with the cliffhanger around Isabel in the 2nd book, really this was a good one with which to end which is not to say I am not hoping for manyOnly 2 stories here, but they did a good job of keeping the fires stoked Every time I worry that she is vee

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