Sense & Sensuality: Erotic Fantasies in the World of Jane Austen
Edited by J. Blackmore
Word Count: 51,004
List Price: $5.99
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Fans of Jane Austen often imagine what her fiction would have been like if she was more of a romantic, or allowed herself to chronicle what went on behind closed doors during the Regency. Many, many, many authors have written sequels, spin-offs, and missing scenes of Austen’s work before, and recently many authors have even explored the paranormal underside of Austen. But there’s never been anything quite like this.
Enter into the erotic fantasies of Jane Austen fans in this new anthology, Sense and Sensuality. This is the way the Regency should have been: laced with magic, flagrant sexuality, and the triumphant power of true love.
Join five talented authors as they journey through the era of men in tights and women in corsets with a twinkle in their eyes and some magic up their sleeves. This collection features stories of Regency dandies in love; lifelong commitment to the powers of darkness; bookish spinsters blundering into sex magic; and Fanny Price being brave! All incredible, all lushly erotic, and all worth reading; indulge in this new collection from Clasp Editions, the new romance imprint of Circlet Press.
This collection includes:
“A Woman of Uncommon Accomplishment” by Elizabeth Reeve
“Lord Rigby’s Scandalous Secret” by Jack Dickson
“The Lamia’s Proposal” by Kaysee Renee Robichaud
“The Page of Wands” by Jay Starre
“The Amber Cross” by MeiLin Miranda
Mirrored from Circlet Press: Welcome to Circlet 2.0.