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Download Forbidden Shores Book Ú 276 pages  Jane lockwood î ❮Reading❯ ➳ Forbidden Shores ➬ Author Jane Lockwood – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk 1800—Allan Pendale lawyer and the youngest son of the Earl of Frensham is bound by ship for the West Indies to impart the news to his eIve years before led to her reputation being ruined; her abolitionist family has disowned her and no gentleman would marry her now But now she seeks redemption with her family by revealing the truth about the miserable lives of the slaves who work on the sugar plantationsClarissa’s previous encounter with love has left her aroused and restless and Allan is a man for whom lust is a daily pastime; thrown together belowdecks during t Lockwood aka Janet Mullany is one of the most frustrating because one of the most promising new romance writers out there The prose characterization and plotting of the first third of the book are good enough that there's no excuse for how the next two thirds fall apart

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He long sea voyage they embark on a sensual odyssey where no desire is left untested But if they thought their exploration and ecstasy could not be bettered then there are pleasures to be taken and boundaries to be broken at their island destination where “March” Lemarchand sugar king and master of seduction awaits them bothThis is a substantially revised version of Forbidden Shores 2007 published under the name of Jane Lockwood A copy of this book was purchased by me for my own enjoyment while it was free at This review was originally posted at The Romance EvangelistAlthough I am a big fan of Janet Mullany’s work in contemporary erotic romance Tell Me More Hidden Paradise this was my first experience with one of her many historical novels A Certain Latitude was originally released under a different pen name and it would have remained unread by me even at the temporary price of FREE if she hadn’t reissued it under the one I already knew and trusted I couldn’t tell you if what she refers to as “substantial revisions” made this a better book than the original but I can say that A Certain Latitude far exceeded any expectations I might have had going in and is as good as any other historical erotic romances I’ve read What made this book so enjoyable for me was what I’ve now come to expect in Janet Mullany’s work namely a plot that turns a well worn trope on its head and scenes of intimate passion which envelop not only the titular hero and heroine but also the supporting characters who enter their sphere with intentions both good and evilThe notion of “civilized” people devolving into depravity while isolated in a primitive place where the rules of polite society don’t apply is a trope less commonly found than it once was It dates back to a time when the “old skool” romances were the norm and often featured ugly racial stereotypes as a lazy shortcut in lieu of actual character development But while it’s true that the veneer of civilization began to decompose for Allan and Clarissa even before they reached their destination it’s clear that what remained was there all along irrespective of what would take place on the island It needed only the close uarters of the ship to emerge and the all too knowing encouragement of one dissolute and dominant man to be forced into full flower as they move inexorably toward their shared destinyI must emphasize most strongly that A Certain Latitude is a true erotic romance in every possible way The sexual encounters involving each of the featured characters are absolutely essential to the plot as well as those which occurred well before any of them had arrived on the island The scenes we experience as the story unfolds are explicit and unforgettable with pairings that may shock those unused to such graphic detail It’s rare to find such unflinching scenes in historicals that are written so well and in such loving detail although they do exist in the works of Kate Pearce Robin Schone Sharon Page and Maire Claremont Thanks to A Certain Latitude Janet Mullany is now a member of that elite list for me and I’ll be seeking out all her other historicals for another chance to experience that special reading joy

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Forbidden Shores1800 Allan Pendale lawyer and the youngest son of the Earl of Frensham is bound by ship for the West Indies to impart the news to his estranged father that his mother has died But he also has another mission to find out the truth of his originsMiss Clarissa Onslowe is also on board traveling to take up the role of governess to the daughter of the wealthy planter Mr Lemarchand There is nothing to keep her in England An indiscretion f The book is certainly not for everyone It's extremely adult as many other reviewers have noted while also dealing with some of the most grave issues scarring history The story is not mainstream romance not even mainstream ménage à trois romanceThe story starts out with the well known and much beloved trope forced proximity with a lovely twist on a ship and goes from there to extremely adult adventures for the liberally minded Janet Mullany pushes boundaries with her storytelling and her writing and you should like very frank very earthy details in your love scenes to fully enjoy what the author can offer She doesn't shy away from what many other writers happily and readily gloss right overThe book pairs two subjects you wouldn't think would work together very kinky explorations along with a serious eye opening look at the sugar trade on an island loosely based on Antigua about eight or ten years before the slave trade is abolished in England I cringed and my gut twisted while reading many of the passages involving slaves Not pretty You wouldn't think those subjects would mesh at all but in a weird way they do It's not as if modern people don't get up to serious mischief while the problems of the world continue to rage on right in our faces However at the heart of it what holds the whole story together is a remarkable and easy to like heroine All you need to know about her is this uote from early in the book which portrays her character perfectly Whenever she wished she had had the moral courage to starve she was glad she had the good sense not toAnd of course Janet Mullany has an exuisite ability with words Her voice is like rustling silk and you can read any of her work for the subtle beauty of her style alone Her depth of knowledge of the time period is effortlessly conveyed in her writing