There is no need to wring a page for cohesion in Incognito for Lisabet Sarai pens to perfection her dauntless, common but erotic characters, and mostly common but erotic settings with titillating events.
Miranda, who is working on her doctorate with the premise that erotic writings in the Victorian era were mostly statements of the writers own experience, finds a diary that substantiates just that idea.
Ms Sarai eases the reader into Miranda's erotic experience, while she is reading Beatrice's erotic experience filled diary and then later into Miranda's own sexual exploits.
The common settings are from her home in Boston, to clubs, to Paris and to London. The engaging conversations are easy to follow and are integrated into even the diaries discourse. The story line of an intelligent woman exploring her own sexuality, while proving her thesis is interesting and flammable, (Hot, Hot, Hot) and truly serves as our guide throughout. Incognito overbalances other works and should be added to every erotic reader's library today.
Shy and serious by day - insatiable by night.
Betrayed and abandoned by her first lover, shy and studious Miranda Cahill freezes in response to any sexual attention from someone she knows and likes.
During the day, she works diligently on her doctoral thesis. At night, though, she finds herself drawn into increasingly extreme sexual encounters with strangers. Her anonymous secret life begins to take over when she discovers that the masked seducer she meets in a sex club and the charismatic young professor courting her are the same man.
This book was previously published elsewhere. It has been revised, and re-edited for release with Total-e-bound