“Oh, I believe that I am,” she husked. This time the invitation in her eyes was blatant.
Oh, dear! Katherine Blake, a young librarian, got more than she bargained for when she went for those lessons, but she’d been enamored with the dashing poet, James Madison, for years. He had a reputation as a rake with a rumored dark side. She should’ve run but instead, it was that, which intrigued and unleashed the wanton in her.
James Madison took but a second to agree to request of the innocent looking beauty for private poetry lessons. Only the lessons he had in mind involved . . . his dungeon, ropes and whips. Was Katherine ready for what he had in store for her?
It was the year 1908 and such actions were unheard of. Would Katherine submit to his demands and take the risk of shattering her reputation for ever?
The Poet’s Lover, is book 1 of a trilogy, revolving around the lives of three sisters of Guthrie who face the travails of life with an incomparable zest that set them apart.