The Wagered Wench

The Conquerors, #5

This is my favorite book in Georgia Fox's Conquerors series. Dominic is everything a hero should be. Honor and fidelity are very sexy. Elsinora is a strong woman and such a good match for Dominic. She yearns for something but even she isn't sure what. The storyline is delightful. There's such passion in all of Dominic and Elsinora's encounters, not just the sexual ones. And speaking of sex, yet again the author pens scorching and creative scenes. There's a strong connection between the characters and that includes the menage scenes. Strong dialogue and detailed writing bring this story to life. I thoroughly enjoyed this tale and I hope there are more to come.

Elsinora's father lost her and his estate in a dice game. She couldn't believe the claims of the Norman oaf who returned her drunken father home. All she's wanted was her rightful place and now she'd have nothing if she submitted to her father's plan. Dominic recognized the passionate woman that lay beneath Elsinora's disdain. He was patient man; he would tame the shrew and claim the woman. But all is not as it seems and there's a rival for the Lady.

Book Blurb for The Wagered Wench

As her father's only child, Elsinora must take a husband to help her run the manor of Lyndower. Although capable of managing the place herself, no one trusts a woman to lead. She can be a wife and mother, nothing more. But she's determined to choose the man for herself and she has just the one in mind—handsome, clever, chivalrous and kind-hearted.

She hasn't met him yet, but he's out there. Somewhere.

However, when her father returns home drunk one evening after a game of tavern dice, Elsinora soon discovers that sobering him up is not her only problem this time. The scarred Norman beast with the crude manners and insulting tongue—the one who brought her father home slung over the rump of his horse, has won not only the manor of Lyndower as his prize after a night of gambling. He's also won Elsinora.

Be Warned: anal sex, menage sex (m/f/m), public exhibition

Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2012 4.50