Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Blurb: Librarian Jayne Shepard has always lived vicariously through her beloved books, especially Regency-era literature. So when her friends offer the chance to stay in Villa Diodati, where Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and John Polidori’s The Vampyre were inspired, Jayne seizes the chance.
She expects to absorb the haunting atmosphere of the historic manor located on the shore of Lake Geneva. What she doesn’t expect is an encounter with an enchanting stranger who calls himself Lord Byron—who awakens Jayne to a sensual and sexual ecstasy she’s never before known
Review: Wonderful and as surreal as absinthe intoxication. Emotional, seductive and perfectly erotic. I relished each whispered word, slipped into the drugging euphoria of a story so smooth the characters and their encounters weaved into my psyche made me want, brought me to the peak of pleasure, then made me ache with their parting. These time-crossed lovers stay with you long after the last word is savored.