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Spring

Pleasure Quartet

by Vina Jackson

eBook

My heat rose as I listened to the sound that our bodies made, the slap of damp skin on leather, the low humming growl she made in her throat, the scraping of my fingernails clutching the furniture.
To Moana Irving, working in the wings of an English theater, the rediscovery of the Ball seems impossible. Lonely and lost, she obsessively recounts the heat and sensuality of the memorable event—a night of unharnessed sexual release and discovery. Feeling ignored by her best friend, Iris, and disconnected from the rest of the world, Moana throws herself into mad nights of forced rapture, pushing away the regret that always overcomes her immediately after.

But Moana and the Ball are intricately linked in ways she is yet to discover, and hints and whispers about the grand fête follow her persistently. When she discovers a long-hidden secret about Iris's family in the underbelly of the theater—a story of heaving passion and loss, and the secret birth of a child—the Ball becomes even more irresistible, promising Moana and Iris answers rooted in passion and pleasure, and offering them a chance to belong to the grandest gala of them all.


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Publisher: Open Road Media Romance

Kindle Book

  • Release date: February 9, 2016

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  • ISBN: 9781504016827
  • File size: 859 KB
  • Release date: February 9, 2016

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781504016827
  • File size: 822 KB
  • Release date: February 9, 2016


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My heat rose as I listened to the sound that our bodies made, the slap of damp skin on leather, the low humming growl she made in her throat, the scraping of my fingernails clutching the furniture.
To Moana Irving, working in the wings of an English theater, the rediscovery of the Ball seems impossible. Lonely and lost, she obsessively recounts the heat and sensuality of the memorable event—a night of unharnessed sexual release and discovery. Feeling ignored by her best friend, Iris, and disconnected from the rest of the world, Moana throws herself into mad nights of forced rapture, pushing away the regret that always overcomes her immediately after.

But Moana and the Ball are intricately linked in ways she is yet to discover, and hints and whispers about the grand fête follow her persistently. When she discovers a long-hidden secret about Iris's family in the underbelly of the theater—a story of heaving passion and loss, and the secret birth of a child—the Ball becomes even more irresistible, promising Moana and Iris answers rooted in passion and pleasure, and offering them a chance to belong to the grandest gala of them all.


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