An intensely sexy Regency tale about a marriage of convenience – perfect for fans of Bridgerton.
In the heat of passion, no one remains a gentleman…
Emma, the respectable wife of Lyle Langley, can hardly bear the touch of a man. So she’s shocked when she realises she’s attracted to one of the guests at her family estate.
Lord Darleston is like no other man she’s ever met – and Robert’s charms terrify her as much as they arouse her. Little does Emma know that Darleston was forced into an arranged marriage to hide a scandalous truth, and is is fleeing London and his rumour-mongering wife…
…Only to be reunited with Lyle Langley, his former lover. Torn apart by their families, the only barrier to their reunion is now Emma, who fascinates and frustrates Darleston in equal measure.
All seems lost until Lyle admits to Darleston that his marriage is unconsummated. If the notorious rake can win shy Emma over, maybe they can all find happiness together…
Readers are captivated by Her Husband’s Lover:
‘An intense story of emotional torment, sexual desire and deep longing. It’s also witty, sassy and spirited’ *****
‘Wonderfully outrageous, extremely erotic, and very sexy … I have binged on this series and I have loved them all’ *****
‘Brilliant story, very well written and very sexy’ *****
Praise for Madelynne Ellis:
“Whew! Anything But Vanilla is a scorcher! … [it] reels you in from page one and doesn’t let up!” JERR
About the author
Madelynne Ellis is a multi-published British author of erotic romance. Her novels and short stories have been published by a variety of houses both in the UK and US. She is best known for her Regency set novels for pioneering British erotica publisher Black Lace, but also enjoys writing contemporary and paranormal settings. Her aim is to deliver scorching, character-driven stories that enchant, torment and don’t shy from darker aspects of life. Madelynne lives in the UK.
This is one of my favorite books in that the story is so well written and intriguing that I have reread all and then parts of it several times. The love between Robert and Lyle has remained strong even over a period of separation. Bring into this mix Emma, Lyle's wife, who does not wish to be touched by anyone and the book gets interesting. This book is the best of the best. After reading this one I have read several other books by Ms Ellis but this one remains my favorite.