Lora Alexander is liked by the society in
which she mingles during the day. During the night, however,
she runs wild by sneaking around the town via tunnels under a
river. The wife of a London dandy, she is never called to
task nor made to behave. That is about to change when she
meets a thief called Blade.
Blade, or rather, Sin Drake has been
attracted to Lady Lora since he first snuck into her bedroom.
Hearing rumors and witnessing first hand her out of control
behavior, Sin makes a bargain with the lovely lady. Daring
her to become his sexual plaything, Sin vows to teach her
submission and discipline before something happens and she
harms herself. Easier said than done when the cards don’t
fall just as Sin thought. He is torn between wanting his
hellion and wishing for a prim and proper maiden.
Fleet Blade was not what I
expected. I expected to be irritated by the fact that Lora
was married. I wasn’t. I expected to totally dislike Sin
Drake. I loved him. I expected to be able to stop reading
Fleet Blade anytime I wanted. I couldn’t – I had
to read it cover to cover simply because I HAD to find out
what was going to happen next. Full of surprises, sensual
loving, and naughty bondage, I am happy that Fleet Blade
was so far from what I expected. It was a very good read and
just what I needed to satisfy my bondage loving heart. Beth
Kery has a new fan.