July 28, 2006
Aphrodite’s Apples Press
Historical Romance/Erotic Romance
Rating: 5 cups
With her pale skin, blonde hair, and blue eyes, Karina could not be more different from her Romani family if she tried. Although her father, of the Argintari branch of the Romani’s, considers the Lautari branch a lower class, Karina is inexplicably drawn to the neighbouring camp’s music each night. More importantly, she is drawn to both her best friend, Papusza, and the violinist, Brishen.
Brishen is audacious, fiery tempered, and proprietarial in his pursuit of Karina. He has no problem flouting the rules when it suits him, especially if this will bring even greater pleasure to Karina, and thereby himself. She is the motivating force behind his most beautiful and sensual music.
Brishen has spent so long wanting Karina from a distance that it has become second nature to him. Not until he faces losing her to another does he step forward to claim her as his bride. Karina is unable to choose between the two people she loves and desires. Can Brishen alter his preconceptions about who Karina is and learn to give her the freedom she needs to be happy, or will he lose her to his jealousy? Karina must also decide if desiring sexual satisfaction from these two very different people is fair, or just plain greedy. Can she choose between the two if it becomes necessary?
Ms Jamison has penned an absolutely stunning and adventurous tale that drew me in from page one, to the point that I forgot everything but the story unfolding before me. Not only was the plot extremely well developed, the passion between the main protagonists was sizzling hot! This is one of the most titillating pieces of erotica that I have read in some time. Every secret fantasy played out for optimal pleasure.
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