Title: Miss Bennet's Naughty Secret,a scandal in Surrey Novel
Author: Sandra Sookoo
Genre: Historical Erotic Romance
Review Rating: Four Stars
Reviewer: Linda Hays-Gibbs
A Hot Merry Chase!
This is an interesting erotic novel that uses a secret passageway as a
means for a young lady to spy on a young handsome man and explore fantasies. She
is called mad for her weirdness but he is called worse.
It seems that Miss Elinor Bennet has painfully lost everyone she has ever
loved and vows to never love, never marry, or even get close to another again
for fear of this pain.
She was traumatized and seeks gratification by her own
means and without another person for they only cause pain.
However; when her only close friend, from childhood moves away, she
searches the secret passageways for entertainment.
A new resident moves into Surrey into her friends house. Feeling
vulnerable and lonely though she won't admit it, she decides to find out about
the new resident and explore the old passageways. She stumbles into the
private rooms of a very handsome young man, Mr. Geoffrey Irvine Ansley. She can
see him but he can't see her. She finds him in various states of undress and her
imagination runs wild. Especially when she finds him in a bathtub. Her
imagination gets the better of her after awhile and he hears her and discovers
He has a problem of his birth, being born on the wrong side of the blanket
and feels he would never find a woman that would accept him and never thinks of
After they start their affair, it gets to them and their hearts start to
melt, but will she ever melt enough and does he have enough to give her.
This is a very erotic and sensual story that leads you on a hot merry
It is different and delightful but I felt there should have been a little
more about Geoffrey's life in America or about Miss Bennet's family disasters
before her aunt and uncle.
I did get engrossed in the story and it is my
understanding that it is a series, so I may be missing some vital information
that made me feel this way. If that is the case, I apologize to the author and
must search for her other books.
I gave the review rating of four stars for the above reason, but I must
confess it is a grand romantic fanciful story.
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