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After new evidence leads him to believe Eliza may be innocent, John cannot wait to catch the traitors, clear her of all suspicion, and then ask for her hand. Though he fears he is not the sort of man worth having as a husband, he knows that if he wants Eliza as his own, he will need to face the demons of his past and lay claim to the title and the birthright he abandoned long ago.
Eliza knows Lord Darlington is not the gentleman he purports to be, but he is the first man to see beyond the birthmark on her face and treat her like a beautiful woman. She dreams of a life at his side - and in his bed - even once it becomes clear he stands ready to punish disobedience with firm chastisement applied to her bare bottom! As he draws her out of her shell and demands she let go of her self-doubt, her desire for him grows ever stronger. But can their love survive the shadowy designs of those who would do England harm?
Publisher's Note: The Darlington Incident is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, anal play, sexual scenes, and more. If such material offends you, please don't buy this audiobook.
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By Carmen C on 10-09-14
Fabulous Spanking Historical!
In the Darlington Incident, Renee Rose and Elliot Daniels transport you back in time for a tale of intrigue, mystery, and romance. Renee writes about the Regency period as if she lived there. Her voice is so genuine that you often forget you are in 2014.
I loved how the heroine was not perfect (she has a birthmark on her face), yet the hero adores her anyway. I also enjoyed how Ms. Rose incorporates the Westerfields (from the Westerfield Affair) into the story. This is a sexy book that I would highly recommend to those who like spanking, punishments, and anal sex in their erotic romances.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Kathy on 02-25-16
If you could sum up The Darlington Incident in three words, what would they be?
just ok, really
What other book might you compare The Darlington Incident to and why?
Any Harlequin romance
Any additional comments?
I suppose I should have read the review 1st. I'm not really into the "spanky" stuff so this was just ok for me.