Now, three women of later centuries begin their own sensual journeys, awakened by the ancient power of the priestess's words: "Burn bright of winter's desire."
Sabeline experiences surprisingly unbridled nights with her betrothed's best friend in a lusty medieval tale....
Sinead...her body yearns for her husband, killed in the Crimean War - and for the officer who broke the tragic news....
Aisling writes risqué stories under a secret pen name, but her real-life love life is a bore...until she makes a wish for her winter's desire that works only too well.
This was OK. Definite heroes and villains. Definite story lines. Definite mildly interesting characters. But still just OK. If you're looking for erotic - you'll get some bang for your buck. If you're looking for a deeply entrenched storyline with multilayered characters and dramatic intrigue you might wanna pass. Didn't suck and didn't rock. Just average.
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I listened to these three stories rather quickly - they are uncomplicated - set up the characters without much depth and then have several scenes of erotica and then a happy little ending. I didn't think they were very good - mostly because they were so predictable - the characters, the phrases, the stories - just heard it a million times in historical romance. Racy though if you like that.
But, I couldn't stand to listen to the next two. Maybe it was the narrator, or, maybe it was the authors of the 2nd two stories. I had seen a previous review of this book, maybe it was on Amazon, where a couple of folks like the 2nd two stories, but, not the first...........so, I guess, it just goes to show you, it's all personal taste.
I'm just warning in advance, you might want to save your money or credits for something less annoying.