The Secret Diary of Lady Catherine Bexley

“I have never seen fit in my life to divulge my secrets in a diary, yet now, after today’s proceedings, I do…”

Lady Catherine Bexley is new to marriage and the marriage bed, but surely there must be more to it than this? Her husband is proper and perfunctory — treating her with careful respect but leaving her aching for more.

When she witnesses a gentleman disciplining a maid at a house party, the ache explodes into ravenous desire. She finds herself no longer willing to wait for her husband’s stiff and passionless attentions — and soon develops a naughty plan to finally get what she wants.



The Wicked Confessions of Lady Cecelia Stanton 

“Marriages are strange things, none stranger perhaps than this betwixt me and my lord husband.”

When faced with a rakish, lusty husband, what is a proper English wife to do but educate herself in the art of bedplay?

Lady Cecelia is married to the dashing and philandering Lord William Stanton, a situation that would distress even the most composed and refined gently-born lady. However, Cecelia has a secret balm to her dissatisfaction: her maid, Bess Miller.

Cecelia’s inexperience and William’s insatiable appetites fuel her desire to learn, and Bess is a willing teacher. Then, when Cecelia blossoms into pregnancy and can no longer accommodate William’s needs, he distances himself, and Bess becomes her only solace and comfort — and the channel for her most intimate desires. As Cecelia struggles to understand her own feelings, gossip begins to spread. William starts asking questions, and wicked confessions must be made...


The Private Affairs of Lady Jane Fielding

“There is one fact I cannot hide nor deny. I have born my husband no sons…”

Lord Jacob Fielding and his wife Jane have a problem. In a time when male heirs are a necessity, they have only daughters. After a traumatic injury, Lord Fielding finds himself unable to sire any more children. With only a reprobate brother in line to inherit their lands and title, the Fielding’s become desperate.

Much to Lady Fielding’s alarm and secret curiosity, Lord Fielding formulates a wicked plan. He invites his distant cousin Matthew to share their home and their bed, in the hope the heir they so desperate need may eventuate.

Jane is lustily curious but reluctant. Although she loves her husband and admires his cousin, their arrangement is fraught with awkwardness, tension, and jealousy.

Emotions and libido’s run high as the Fielding men search for a way to satisfy the need for an heir, their own lusts and most importantly, the desires of Lady Jane, before time runs out.


The Observations of A Curious Governess

“I shall be the very first to admit that moral fortitude and elegance are a necessity for a gently born lady... but...curiosity, I regret to say, is my greatest vice.”

When Miss Martha Swan enters the fine home of Lord and Lady Stanton to become a governess, she is full of lofty ideals. Yet something is amiss in the hallowed halls of Stanton: whispers, laughter, and something darker and more wicked echoes from behind closed doors, and Martha is determined to find out what.

She soon discovers that all is not what it seems in this stately home. The lord and lady have secrets - lustful, carnal, shameful secrets that could spell ruination for all. Martha wants to be appalled, but she finds herself intrigued, and when her long time friend Mr Jonathan Reeves comes to visit, Martha conceives a daring plan to assuage her curiosity.

Thing are not so simple however, as neither Martha nor Jonathan have the money to marry. Nothing can come from this relationship - nothing but the experience of ecstasy. 
In such a situation, what is a curious governess to do?



The Journal of a Vicar's Wife

 My husband, though I do not doubt his goodness, does not love nor want me. He married me for pure convenience. He needed a bride and I was the one offered to him. Thus I find my pleasures where I may…

Mrs Maria Reeves has been married for six years. Six long and lonely years. She craves love and affection, but married to a handsome but pious Vicar, she receives little in the way of earthly pleasures. The Reverend Vicar Frederick Reeves, is a man of morals and kindness, but when it comes to his pretty, precocious wife, always manages to do and say the wrong thing.

 Maria comes to the decision that if her husband will not please her, then she will find a man who will.
Yet infidelity doesn’t come naturally to the Vicar’s wife. Though Maria finds herself getting the sexual pleasure she desires, she also finds herself emotionally frayed and unhappy. To make matters worse, in the small village of Stanton there are always people watching and Maria discovers that some secrets are impossible to keep. 

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