The Wife School

The light humor and colorful characters started to draw me into their lives very quickly.

Benjamin Ferrier’s life is shattered when a corporate shark ruins his father’s life long business and his inheritance. He becomes Ben Dover, a completely new person set out to take back what was his. He gets employed by the company that should have belonged to him but no longer is.

Under a new identity complete with bright blue hair and a less masculine personality, Ben decides to not only ruin Arthur Souche’s business but his personal life as well. Ben is now Mr. Souche’s fiancé’s personal assistant.

A beautiful woman hidden behind a dowdy exterior, Amelia is engaged to marry Mr. Souche who has personally seen to her education complete with a finishing school in Switzerland. It seems Mr. Souche has taken Amelia and made her into the wife he’s always wanted. Or has he? Amelia has her own raw needs and is looking towards Ben to fulfill them.

Ben begins to have erotic and lush fantasies about the oh so proper Amelia except in his fantasies she is far from proper and much more sexy.

Fetishes emerge no matter how hard Ben tries to suppress them. Meanwhile Amelia’s trying very hard to be the perfect public relations manager she can be but her fiancé is secretly trying to ruin her career so that she’ll be his ideal stay at home wife and be available to his every whim.


Book Blurb for The Wife School

Contemporary Erotic Romance (with a strong dash of French farce)

Length: 126 Pages

Arnold Souche has everything under control. He made a mistake with his first wife, but his second wife will be perfect. So that she doesn’t get any wild ideas, he sends her to an all-girls school in Switzerland to be raised by nuns, and gives her in the dowdiest clothes possible. Amelia is content to go along with Arnold, until the day Ben arrives in her life and suddenly she realizes that nothing can replace passion and love. But if she leaves Arnold, she’ll owe him a quarter of a million dollars, and suddenly true love is looking like something she’ll never attain.


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2010 3.75