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Seducing Mr. Storm

By Poppy Summers

Sexy Snax collection (Book #128)

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Can Susanna seduce Mr. Storm—and keep her heart intact?

In the late 1700s, Susanna Seymour’s mother is very keen to find a husband for her younger sister, Lucy, while Susanna is considered on the shelf at twenty-seven. Enter their neighbor arrived from London, the dashing and irreverent Elijah Storm, who makes his admiration for Susanna plain from the start. Susanna is not looking for a husband and is keen to make sure Lucy wins the bachelor, but things don’t go quite to plan. Elijah is frank in his desire to have Susanna’s sexual services, and she believes by giving him what he wants, he will lose all interest in her. Her price is his agreement to marry her sister. But when passion ignites, what will happen when Susanna seduces Mr. Storm?

Publisher's Note: This book has previously been released elsewhere. It has been re-edited for re-release with Totally Bound Publishing.

General Release Date: 10th November 2015

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Heat Rating: Burning  
Format: EBOOK  
ISBN: 978-1-78430-841-4
Sexometer: 3  
Word Count: 20,443
Language: English
Book Length: NOVELLA
Pages: 61
Genres: EROTIC ROMANCE
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About the author
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Poppy Summers

Poppy Summers is the straight side of multi-published M/M author, Scarlet Blackwell. She likes heroes in tight breeches with a dash of Heathcliff and Mr. Darcy about them and feisty heroines who know what they want. She also likes polar bears and cheese, but not necessarily together.

You can take a look a Poppy's website here.

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Poppy Summers - Female First feature

My obsession with period novels started when I read Wuthering Heights at aged thirteen. Heathcliff was the anti-hero - dark, smouldering, sexy and so, so bad. He wanted Cathy with a passionate abandon that took over his entire life.

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