BOUND IN MOONLIGHT
by Louisa Burton

January 2008
ISBN: 978-0-553-38413-0
Reviewer Graphic Button Bantam Books
Trade Paperback
Rating:



Bound in Moonlight by Lousia Burton was not the book for me. I found it very hard to follow at times and boring. The erotic scenes were well written but the story was not easy to follow, for I had to keep going back. Also some was written in a different language, which to most might find interesting, I did not. Just confusing.


There are three stories in this book and each tells of a different tale. The first store is about Emmeline Townsend who meets up with a man at The Hidden Grotto in France. Before her venture to the Castle she is greeted with the sight of many people enjoying the act of sex. Having no idea of such things, her body is reacting with a need and she has little understanding of it. She will meet up with a man by the name of Darius to teach her this new art, along with Eric who will give it all to her. Will Emmeline end this story as Darius` love or will there be others?


In the story of Caroline Keating she will become a Sex Slave for one week. Why she does this? Could it be for love or money? Will Lord Riddel, the man who won the bid for her become a monster or a loving owner? Will their meeting turn into a life long commitment or the week only?


In the last story Isabel Archer has returned to Chateau des Freaks that she visited nineteen years ago with her dad at the age of sixteen. She is being asked to replace her Dad as administrator, like he did for his parents. Just what goes on behind these doors? Will Isabel want to be a part of what is going on or someone who just watches? Will the person she wanted nothing to do with years ago still be there? What happens at the Magic Hour?


I personally did not like this book, but you may enjoy it. If you should purchase it I hope that you enjoy it.


Reviewed in December 2007 by Theresa.

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