Sterling Scott is in the house to talk about Rescuing Diana

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Blurb:

A journey of divine love and extraordinary adventure.

 

Diana Wells has led a charmed life – that is, if you discount her strict governess, who wields a disciplinary paddle expertly. Diana is the beloved ward of Sir Alfred Thorsby, and is destined to marry into Victorian England’s aristocracy. But all this is fated to change when she meets the handsome American Naval officer, Captain John Bates. Tantalized by his first kiss, Diana inadvertently sets a sequence of events into motion that will carry her beyond her wildest dreams.

 

Her adventure begins when she is captured by an Egyptian prince who is intent on making her into his trophy harem slave girl. After her indoctrination into the erotic arts, Diana’s beloved John Bates arrives to rescue her. However, this is not the end of her ordeal as a slave girl… it is only the beginning. Secretly following her brother – Herbert – and Captain Bates, Diana makes the mistake of boarding her uncle’s Moon Car. Diana’s Uncle George is a professor studying the lost Egyptian science of anti-gravity and levitation. He is planning a trip to the moon. Unknown to the others, Diana stows away and inadvertently joins the voyage.

 

 Going up is easy. Getting back down – not so simple.

 

This romantic science fiction story, set in July, 1840, offers exciting discoveries and an alternate meaning to ancient mythology; including a different outlook on the inspiration behind the famous Venus in the half shell painting.

Excerpt:

John again cleared his throat. “But I might also wish to join your suitors.”

As her face flushed, Diana turned away and resumed her stride. “In matters of the heart, you must do what you must do.”

Please!

After three more paces, the couple was behind the hedge. Captain Bates followed her glance towards the house. Now aware of her tactical maneuver, he paused to take full advantage of their brief seclusion. He pulled her close. “Diana, may I precede the formal party and ask that I might kiss you?”

Her stomach danced as she tilted her face up to see the tall man’s eyes. Her lips parted as she gasped for air, trying to think of what to answer. John took her change in posture to be an unspoken invitation to advance. He pulled her up onto her toes as he pressed their lips together. The kiss was short, but not without its sensual energy. The fullness of her bosom crushed against his chest; she imagined that he felt her nipples harden.

“Oh, dear!” Diana, gushed and quickly pulled John several steps forward before resuming their former gait. Thus, they emerged from behind the hedge as though there had been no pause. They walked in silence for several more moments. This had been the first time that Diana had actually been kissed—on the lips—in a romantic way.

The sparks reported in the romance novels are real!

Her heart raced as she felt her skin flush. Her Venus itched ferociously. The puffiness between her legs caused her to walk somewhat bowlegged. The insides of her thighs became sticky. She had felt the firm bulge of his groin pressing into her belly; she had felt his cock twitch. She had never before actually felt the protuberance below a man’s belly.

She glanced again toward the house to ensure that they were in full view of its windows. Then, she once again stopped their progress and turned to John. “You may kiss me as often as you like, but we must never be observed. It is strictly improper for me to be with you unchaperoned. And I beg that you don’t press the issue.”

It would mean another paddling for me!

“Aye, I understand,” John said.

That sounds like a fantastic read to me! Better hurry and grab yours below! Happy reading! ~Morganna

Amazon Buy Link:

https://www.amazon.com/Rescuing-Diana-Erotic-Steampunk-Adventure-ebook/dp/B01F7MAOQK

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