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Indira is not your conventional lady of the Ton. Growing up in India has meant she disregards rules of society and lives by her own code and morals. She is sensual and refuses to deny herself passion. Back in England she is completely alone in the world. Taking comfort and solace for one night, she seduces dark stranger, Sebastian Dare. Expecting just one night of passion, she is surprised when Dare comes waltzing into her life.
Dare has never met anyone like the wild and tempting Indira. Helping her deal with her father’s estate means sparks fly between the couple. But Dare is no gentleman and when a figure arrives from Indira’s past, Dare has to decide whether passion is enough to get his wanton temptress to stay…
Not Quite a Lady is the surprise find of the erotic romance world. It is truly worth the 5 rose review. I literally could not put this book down once I started reading. As a history buff, I was looking forward to reading an erotic romance set in regency England. To be perfectly honest, I was expecting it to be quite tame – how wrong I was! Not Quite a Lady. is extremely erotic and had me fanning my flaming face at numerous points in the story.
Indira is one of my favourite female heroines. She is a perfect match for the dashing, dark hero, Dare. I love the fact that Ms. Anderson made Indira exotic and strong willed while keeping within the era of the story.
Ms. Anderson is a talented storyteller. Every emotion, every frustration is keenly felt by the reader. My heart pounded during the erotic scenes, and when Dare didn’t acknowledge his feelings I wanted to reach into the book and throttle him! Such deep emotions are sure signs of an excellent novel.
Steamy, emotive, heat wrenching and full of period character, Not Quite a Lady is a must read for 2010!