Gregory Anderson has reluctantly returned to England in 1817 after more than seven years sailing the world. Half Polynesian, Gregory is caught between two worlds. He isn’t looking for love. He’s only looking for a warm body with a modicum of wit and reasonable intelligence to help him get through the few short months he’ll be in England.
Nat and Alecia Digby’s marriage, arranged when they were young and foolish, was almost ruined before it began when they both took lovers. They don’t want to give up the erotic games they learned to play and enjoy, but they won’t risk their marriage again by falling in love with someone else.
When the three meet, they think it will be nothing more than a night or two of shared pleasure and erotic thrills. But the unthinkable happens, because love refuses to be forced into exile.
Brothers in Arms, Book six
Alex Moorcock gives a sensuous performance of Samantha Kane’s Love in Exile, the sixth book in the Brothers in Arms series. His dulcet voice and intimate delivery are well suited to the thrills contained on this saucy audiobook. The year is 1817. Half Polynesian protagonist Gregory Anderson has spent seven long years on the high seas, and has returned to England for a few months. He’s looking for a woman to share his bed, not his heart. Nat and Alecia Digby - a married couple who has experienced the ups and downs of infidelity - enjoy playing erotic games together. Their world heats up when they meet Gregory. Could new love be on the horizon?
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Good story despite the strange narration