needs something, preferably something hot and hard. Coming to the
hotel bar is her last resort to scratch the itch that has been
building inside of her for the past three months. She needs a man
to teach her how to come, to teach her what she is doing wrong when
it comes to sex. She needs a man to teach her what her fiancé Colin
hasn’t been able to manage.
figure out what has happened to her since inheriting Perdition
House, the old family brothel that came to her when her Great Auntie
Mae Grantham passed away, but she is about to take a step toward
finding out. Her craving for sex has increased, but Colin just
can’t satisfy her. She needs something...more.
In the dim
lights of the bar, she meets Mark McLeod—handsome, sinful Mark—who
happens to be perfect for the anonymous sex that she craves. Mark
does something for her that she never thought possible. He is more
than up to the task of teaching her what she needs to know…over and
The next day,
Faye decides to pick up the keys to Perdition House. If she is
planning on selling it, it should at least have a family member live
on the grounds one last time. When she walks into the law firm, she
gets another surprise…Liam Watson. Liam proves that whatever
happened with Mark wasn’t just a fluke. All her cravings have come
back, and Liam might just the man to help her with them.
Faye has a lot
of decisions that need to be made. Taking two weeks out of her work
schedule to take care of Perdition House should be just enough time
to get her feelings sorted out. She wasn’t counting on the women of
Perdition House and she didn’t expect to get swept up in their lives
and stories. Every day, she falls more in love with her family home
and the people within it. Every day, she can’t stop thinking about
Mark and Liam. Will the magic—and ghostly inhabitants—of Perdition
House lead her to taking a step toward a new life or will she go
back to her old one?
Confessions is a
fabulous read that combines heart-pounding sex and heart-warming
familial love. Bonnie Edwards knows just how to build the suspense
until I was quivering to see what—or who—would come next. Mark and
Liam are both incredibly appealing and I loved reading every minute
of Faye’s journey at Perdition House. The characters in
Midnight Confessions are multi-layered and interesting—from
Faye herself, to her men and finally to the women of the brothel.
Their midnight confessions to Faye had me panting for more and I
found myself caught up, unwilling to put Midnight Confessions
down for fear I would miss something! I can’t wait to
read more about these intriguing characters. Midnight
Confessions was my first introduction to Bonnie Edwards but
it definitely won’t be my last!