Welcome to the next edition of The Pen Review!
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The Duchess by Rhonda Lee follows the story of a Duchess who seems tired with her life and the husband who is constantly away on “business”. So what’s a Duchess to do when her husband ignores her and leaves on business? Redesign their home? No! Play of course! Play indeed the Duchess does with the peasants that come with complaints for her husband to hear. Unfortunately, her husband is not around and she must deal with it herself. Not even her staff is safe from her new games. The Duchess has plans of her own. Not even her husband is safe when he returns. For those who read the romance genre of erotica will enjoy this read. Each page is hot and sizzling following the Duchess’ naughty endeavors. Rhonda does an excellent job with her enticing work, The Duchess. Take a tantalizing look at the excerpt below into the world of The Duchess.
“Don’t you want to touch me, Ferrin?” she purred, extending one curved fingernail and letting it trail across his shoulder. It caught upon the rough homespun fabric of his shirt and stuttered its way across his back. Each tiny jolt resonated throughout his entire being.
The duchess paused, stopping directly in front of him and looking at him with that now familiar quirked eyebrow,”Yes, what?”
“Yes, I want to touch you.”
A feral smile spread across her lips and he dropped his gaze to the ground, ashamed of himself, of his lack of willpower, but unwilling to take back the words he’d just spoken.
At that precise moment, she knew she had him; he was hers to do with as she wanted—whatever she wanted. Whatever she dared. The possibilities made butterflies erupt in her stomach and her pussy tingle. They straightened her back, added steel to her voice. The purr vanished and her words became sharp, crisp commands. Ferrin had given up any chance of wielding even the slightest bit of control in this situation.
“Then touch me peasant.”