Punishing Miss Primrose, Parts XVI - XX: An Erotic Historical Romance
- Red Chrysanthemum Boxset, Book 4
- Narrated by: Em Brown
- Series: Red Chrysanthemum, Book 16-20
- Length: 4 hrs and 37 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-11-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Wind Color Press
- Whispersync for Voice-ready
Regular price: $14.95
Buy Now with 1 Credit
Buy Now for $14.95
To his dismay, Spencer Edelton, the venerable Marquess of Carey, has fallen in love with a whore. But Miss Beatrice Primrose is no common strumpet. She is a siren who enflames his desires and provokes him to do the most wicked, wanton things to her.
After suffering the wrath of Lord Carey, Miss Beatrice Primrose wants more than a little revenge. But if she stays in his company, she risks revealing the truth of what happened between his family and hers. It is a truth she must keep secret from him at all cost.
Spencer knows there is no future between them, and he must let Miss Primrose go before his brother returns to England. To safeguard her family - and her own heart - Beatrice must put as much distance between her and Lord Carey as possible.
If only passions did not burn so hot...If only submission were not so seductive...nor punishment so sublime...
Reader advisory: Punishing Miss Primrose is an erotic historical written as a serial of short stories available for purchase in individual parts or bundled in sets of five. This serial contains BDSM elements.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By WI Meemo on 07-05-18
Author not narrator!
Terrible narration - not good in any book she’s narrated, but ridiculously bad in this segment. Her voice is pleasant, however sooooo many mispronunciations throughout her readings. In regency England the ton is not pronounced like a measure of 2000 pounds. Numerous other words sounded as if she were trying unsuccessfully to replicate the speech of the time. This segment would be at least an hour less if she didn’t stop and and reread a portion of every few sentences. Can hear her click the recorder off and on with lots of background noise. If I didn’t want to hear the conclusion I’d have returned unread.