Taboo: Seduced by a Billionaire Rogue

cover of Taboo for Kathleen Lawless, late 19th century couple in passionate embrace

He might have nothing to lose … but that’s about to change.

Bridge, with nothing better to do, and a hunger for the unknown, wants an adventure. When his boredom presents the opportunity of a lifetime, he can’t say no. Even when a blindfold becomes part of the game.

Seven days as a diversion for a widow – in any capacity she chooses.

Not only does Bridge rekindle Fallon’s creativity and passion, his presence stirs up other, more primitive passions. Passions and fantasies which he is happy to indulge.

But when their time is up, will there be anything that can save their forbidden romance?

Bought for my mother who loves this writer. She really loved the story and liked the quality of the book.

Rhonda J. Young

I was given a copy of this work by the author and I couldn’t put it down. Plenty of steamy scenes and the authors ability to bring you into the book with her descriptions of the settings and the characters is amazing. Looking forward to more from this talented writer!

SJ Morris

I read this book in a matter of hours! The premise of a master lover at a the disposal of a young, sexually repressed, unfulfilled widow for seven days and seven nights provides an excellent context for this fantasy. This is less of a love story, and more a story of lovemaking, and how the experience of it can lead to more.

This story has a basic element to it that is simply sexual. It was, at times, surprisingly graphic. I would have liked to read more about the main characters beyond where they were at the end of the book.

Kleopatra Jones

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