Thursday, December 17, 2015

The Muse

The Muse by Nancy Fraser

Decadence, freedom and illegal activities… 

Everything a sheltered debutante in the mid-1920s could want. When Hyde Park socialite Susan Leland meets up with Evan Forrester for the second time, she makes no excuses for their first meeting—an auto accident in which she broke the young artist’s wrist. She finds the handsome Evan both infuriating and intriguing, yet not quite as intriguing as sultry torch singer Holly Winters, a performer at Susan’s favorite supper club. 

A chance to make amends… 

By posing nude for Evan to paint. When Susan balks, Evan, not wanting to deal with an innocent, sends her away but not before the arrival of his next model, Holly Winters. As Susan’s preparing to leave, the beautiful and talented singer convinces her to come back the next day—so they can pose together. 

Will Susan find happiness in the arms of Evan Forrester—or another? 

4.0 out of 5 stars sexy and sassyDecember 17, 2015
This review is from: The Muse (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book to read for an honest review*
This book was a sexy story. I felt that the way it all happened was a little rushed. There weren't many details, but for a short sexy read, it was hot and erotic and worth it. I loved the sassy 1920's characters. This is an era that I love and it's rare to find sexy romances in that era. but this was good. The talk, the way they acted, the speakeasy. Add in a F/F/M encounter and a naive young woman, hot damn!
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