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10 thoughts on “An Introduction to Pleasure Mistress Matchmaker #1

  1. says:

    4 In Training StarsWas this an accurate historical depiction of life in 1811 regency England?Did it bother me?I do love a hot forbidden romance with proper people doing very improper things

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    I was all set to give this 4 stars until the H Andrew stood by like a lump of useless coal and just allowed the heroine t

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    Can I have an Andrew please? it would be preferable if he's the long lost twin brother of Henry Cavill because that's exac

  4. says:

    My introduction to scorching hot historical romances was Maggie Robinson's Mistress by Mistake so if you have read her Courtesan Court series yo

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    Hmm I feel a bit guilty leaving this review and only two stars Two stars is probably a bit generous too but I reserve my one stars for books I've hated This one I didn't hate just thought was very bad Jess Michaels is one of my favourite erotic writers and when I saw she was releasing a new books I was pretty excited I don't think

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    You know how the review box starts with the uestion What did you think? Here's my answer I thought I was pretty darn disappointed that's what I thoughtI didn't initially have high expectations for this book until I remembered the reason it was on my tbr in the first place I've read one other by Jess Michaels Everything Forbidden and LOVED it and unfortunately this one didn't appeal to me nearly as muchI didn't buy the c

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    An Introduction to Pleasure3 StarsOn the verge of destitution Lysandra Keates approaches infamous courtesan Vivien Manning to arrange for a suitable and wealthy protector Unfortunately Lysandra innocence is a detriment and Vivien convinces the once rakish but now monastic and reclusive Andrew Callis to instruct her in the art of being a mistress As Andrew and Lysandra begin their lessons the unthinkable occurs and the

  8. says:

    This story reads like an erotic version of Pygmalion Instead of Lysandra Keats being taught the proper way to speak the King's English Viscount Andrew Callis has agreed to teach her the ways of a proper mistress Lysandra has come upon

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    A perfectly ok time pass I think it is erotica than historical There is no relationship whatsoever to speak of which is not a problem if one i

  10. says:

    35 stars if I could give 12 stars I was really into this for the first half and was hoping I'd finally found a piece of erotica that I could rate 5 stars Normally I find them far too short on plot and character building to do so in g

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SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jess Michaels

An innocent lady’s education could be a gentleman’s wicked seduction Lysandra Keates is running out of options Her father is dead her mother is ill and her efforts to find respectable employment have ended in failure With her small savings bleeding away she swallows her pride and her terror and turns to Vivien Manning an infamous courtesan to match her with a wealthy protector For years Viscount Andrew Callis has. 4 In Training StarsWas this an accurate historical depiction of life in 1811 regency EnglandDid it bother meI do love a hot forbidden romance with proper people doing very improper things Twisted pride and her terror and turns to Vivien Manning an infamous courtesan to match her with a wealthy The Exploration of the Male Anatomy protector For years Viscount Andrew Callis has. 4 In Training StarsWas this an accurate historical depiction of life in 1811 regency EnglandDid it bother meI do love a hot forbidden romance with All Night Long (Nannies, people doing very improper things

REVIEW An Introduction to Pleasure Mistress Matchmaker #1

An Introduction to Pleasure Mistress Matchmaker #1

Lived a monastic existence at his country estate hardening his body against the snobbish lazy young man he once was hardening his heart against grief over the deaths of his wife and infant son When Vivien asks him to spend one month training a young woman in the ways of a mistress his mind resistsbut his body responds with an ache he thought long dead As Andrew begins his gentle tutelage he finds himself falling und. You know how the review box starts with the uestion What did you think Here s my answer I thought I was pretty darn disappointed that s what I thoughtI didn t initially have high expectations for this book until I remembered the reason it was on my tbr in the first place I ve read one other by Jess Michaels Everything Forbidden and LOVED it and unfortunately this one didn t appeal to me nearly as muchI didn t buy the characters I didn t buy the backstory of either the Hero or heroine I thought the entire thing smacked of wallpaper and the author merely playing lip service to her romance being a historical Crap that makes me sound like a historical romance snob I m not sure exactly what it was about this book that made me feel that way perhaps it was the seamless way the heroine integrated herself both with the belowstairs staff and the ton at the opera The ease with which the Hero talks of his love for his mistress in training The future sister in law who gives the Hero a rah rah speech straight out of a modern chick flick about risking it all for love and how she would be proud to call this demimondaine a friend The Hero s father who does an about face after realizing his son is in love with his mistress and plans to marry her also gives him a rah rah speech and ends by telling him he loves himPffft All of those probably did it To be fair it wasn t a really BAD book it just didn t do much for me It felt like a been there done that version of an oft told story except with lots of sex and a couple of hints of naughty sexy stuffAll in all I d have to agree with my GR friend Lady Wesley who said Nothing special there To that comment I d would add Nothing new either 25 stars His Christmas Cowgirl (Wildflower Ranch place I ve read one other by Jess Michaels Everything Forbidden and LOVED it and unfortunately this one didn t appeal to me nearly as muchI didn t buy the characters I didn t buy the backstory of either the Hero or heroine I thought the entire thing smacked of wallpaper and the author merely The Doctors Dating Bargain playing lip service to her romance being a historical Crap that makes me sound like a historical romance snob I m not sure exactly what it was about this book that made me feel that way The Collection perhaps it was the seamless way the heroine integrated herself both with the belowstairs staff and the ton at the opera The ease with which the Hero talks of his love for his mistress in training The future sister in law who gives the Hero a rah rah speech straight out of a modern chick flick about risking it all for love and how she would be Whispers of Feathers proud to call this demimondaine a friend The Hero s father who does an about face after realizing his son is in love with his mistress and Entrepreneurial Vernacular probably did it To be fair it wasn t a really BAD book it just didn t do much for me It felt like a been there done that version of an oft told story except with lots of sex and a couple of hints of naughty sexy stuffAll in all I d have to agree with my GR friend Lady Wesley who said Nothing special there To that comment I d would add Nothing new either 25 stars

SUMMARY ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jess Michaels

Er the spell of Lysandra’s innocent charms And as they give in to the powerful hunger the last thing Andrew ever expected or wanted forms between them An emotional connection that could carry them well past the training period if only Andrew can open his heart to the possibility of love Product WarningsIncludes training in all kinds of sexual positions and delights as well as an emotional romance May produce swooni. A perfectly ok time pass I think it is erotica than historical There is no relationship whatsoever to speak of which is not a problem if one is looking for heat in a novel I rarely have luck with fallen women as heroines And this one is no exception The hero andrew was a widower and punished himself for his wife s death by isolating himself and rejecting life s enjoyable pursuits Lysandra the heroine came to him through a courtesan who did this sort of matching Neat idea The relationship started uickly and I was grateful for that But the story did not convince me why a recluse like Andrew would change his mind just because he saw Lysandra in the garden I know that falling in love is sometimes a matter of seconds but something else has to happen to convince me that this is than a passing affection They jumped from being complete strangers one a woman fallen on hard times having to sell herself to survive and the other a man who had locked himself away from women and happiness because he lost his wifechild to bed partners very soon and the sexual activities uickly evolved into something rather risue While I find it interesting I did not necessarily want to read about all the different positions and ways to have sex So I am probably just the wrong audience