French Lessons

Danielle Wemberly, unmarried and on the shelf, is a bookworm. She makes a practice of choosing a subject in her lending library and reading through it. Her life changes the day she discovers a book, hidden behind the dusty old tomes devoted to herbs, whose content no gently-bred young lady should see. It opens her eyesand inspires her to find a man with whom she can put her newfound knowledge into practice. Along the way, her research puts her on the path to discovering the truth about Richard Grey, the mysterious Earl of Essex.

“Here’s a sexy story involving a book of French erotica that plays into a plot of international intrigue. The lesson of French Lessons is that the brain is the sexiest organ of all.” Priscilla K.

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