An innocent letter inspires a wanton passion . . .
Virginal Beatrice Clemens had only the most noble of intentions
in mind when she began a correspondence with Captain Percival
Carterton, her brother''s comrade-in-arms. She meant for her warm
and open letters to ease a brave soldier''s loneliness far from
home. For Percy, however, each word was passionate fire, inflaming
his need for the unsuspecting young nurse . . . and his desire to
touch, taste, love, and possess her forever.
Now back in London, Percy has resolved to win the lovely
Beatrice before she is betrothed to another man. Percy charts a
course of brazen seduction designed to awaken Beatrice to hitherto
unexplored delights, thereby compromising her reputation and
forcing her to wed him instead. A bold plan of action involving
scandal and surprise, it may open a Pandora''s box of hot,
unrestrained sensuality that could carry the virile soldier and his
willing lady to ruin-or to breathtaking new heights of ecstasy.