Autumn days are drawing in, so it’s time to snuggle down with hot drinks, blankets, woolly socks and… saucy books!
To celebrate the launch of my ‘Italian Sonata’ (volume two in my Noire trilogy) I have three signed paperback copies of volume one, ‘The Gentlemen’s Club’, to send out. Why not drop your name in the hat here for a chance to win.
I’ll add a personalised message to each copy, before popping them in the mail.
Victorian London, 1898
Lord McCaulay falls under the enchantment of Mademoiselle Noire, and her theatre of sexual exhibitionism. Humiliated by her before his peers, he’s intent on revenge, but is drawn only further into her web, entering a dark spiral of erotic obsession. Meanwhile, by day, his path intersects that of young aristocrat Maud, as she struggles to assert her identity against the domination of men.
Praise for ‘Noire’
Stylist Magazine UK called ‘Gentlemen’s Club a ‘mind-blowing’ erotic read
Escapology Reviews – ‘so hot it set the bathroom on fire and a Victorian fainting-fit fire crew had to hose me down’
Voracious Reader Reviews – ‘Have some type of cooling method handy when you sit down to read this… well-written, creative and hot’
Erotica for the Big Brain – ‘Emmanuelle de Maupassant brings a refreshing confidence to her writing. Her work has already begun to enrich the genre, and readers need look no further than “The Gentlemen’s Club” to understand why.’
Twitter – ‘I could not go to sleep thinking about your book. I stayed up and read it cover to cover. The most erotic novel I recall reading.’ – Guillermo Tomas
The Gentlemen’s Club is available across Amazon, in print and e-book.
Ready for volume two?
Italian Sonata is now enrolled in Kindle Unlimited – and available across all Amazon sites.
Towering above its island of wave-lashed rock is Castello di Scogliera.
Listen to the rise and fall of the sea, vast and inscrutable, and the cold murmur of the granite. Look up at the narrow windows, and you might think yourself watched.
Something, or someone, has been waiting for Lady McCaulay to arrive…
What dark secrets lie within those walls?
Madness, abduction, imprisonment… murder?
The past does not lie quietly.