Forbidden adultery in 1870s England
James Hutchins had done well after inheriting his father’s prestigious legal firm.
After he married Ireland-born Emma, the wealthy 1870s couple enjoyed a marriage of the norm in Victorian England.
At a time when no one discussed their bedroom antics outside of their marriage, the tension continued to rise between the sheets as Emma refused to explore James’s naughty fantasies.
The housewife was conditioned by society to label her husband’s suggestions as vulgar and complained of his constant need for sex.
A chance encounter with a wealthy man provided much-needed hope for the frustrated husband.
Basking in class and prestige, the wealthy man is enlisted to show the prudish wife the ways of the secret world of open relationships.
A wealthy Victorian couple explores the boundaries of their marriage far beyond society’s idea of the "norm".
This scorching-hot 20,000-word novel is part one of the three-part series Hotwife in Victorian England and features a couple exploring the boundaries of their marriage at a time when open relationships were shunned in society.