Book Three in the Carte Blanche series.
He needs her to believe in him a lot more than she needs his protection...
In the wake of a devastating epidemic, sheltered Emily Eliot finds herself alone, making her own decisions for the first time. When desperation leads her to sell her virtue, she walks straight into trouble.
Enter one gorgeous, golden haired gentleman bent on protecting her.
Alexander Dalton came to the Blue Duck Tavern seeking to lose himself in sexual pleasure. But when he saw the delicate and vulnerable young woman, he couldn’t turn away.
Emily is alarmed by her own intense responses as this charismatic and carnal man introduces her to erotic pleasure. Having lived as a virtual prisoner of her grandmother’s suffocating manipulation, Emily bridles under Alex’s possessive, protectiveness. And Alex’s charming smile hides a dark secret that could destroy their chance at happiness.
Will their passion burn them up or bring them together?
Reader Advisory:This book is part of a series. This story contains sensual spanking, wild-eyed Jacobin ideology and a cameo of Thomas Jefferson.
|Number of pages||275|
|Book Length||Super Novel|
|eReaders Supported||All current eReaders|
|Send direct to Kindle?||Yes|
|Cover art by||April Martinez|
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Customer ReviewsReview From Satin's Bookish CornerReviewed by Satin's Bookish Corner
I love this series. In each book iv read iv fell in love with the characters and the story line. my heart goes out to Alex in this one...when I find a historical book I like this much its refreshingSeptember 2012Review From Queentutt's World of EscapsimReviewed by Ronda
Natasha Blackthorne has created another awesome story showing the vigorous mind set of how the historical views of Jacobism, republicanism, and democraticism were manipulated in the times of Thomas Jefferson, how money influenced everything, and how a woman has an even harder time to gain any status within the community. Adding some sexual flare to the story makes this one hot and sizzling read.April 2012Review From Night Owl RomanceReviewed by ChrisVery erotic with the blistering chemistry between them and Emily’s lack of disgust at her own sexuality; she actually embraced it and enjoyed improving upon it with Alex’s teachings. Alex’s perception of his unworthiness was understood but not agreed upon, and Emily’s fearless actions finally convinced him. I happily ended the book anticipating a charmed life for them together with a touch of envy. A good read.Read the full review atApril 2012Review From Close Encounters with the Night KindReviewed by Nikki
It's no secret that I truly enjoy Natasha's works. She has the unique talent of coming up with new and inventive stories. Alex's Angel was no exception...This is another great addition to add to Natasha's Carte Blanche Series!!! I am EAGERLY anticipating A Measured Risk. Hats off to Natasha for continuously entertaining us with her amazingly unusual stories!!April 2012Review From My Book Addiction ReviewsReviewed by AprilR
"ALEX’S ANGEL by Natasha Blackthorne is an exciting erotic historical romance set in 1793 Philadelphia, PA...This is an emotional read from the first page to the last page...This author knows how to write an erotic historical romance that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. The characters will capture your heart,as you watch them grow. A must read! I loved this story. If you enjoy historicals,Georgian era,Americana,hot passion,with a twist then Alex’s Angel is the story for you."March 2012Review From Salacious ReadsReviewed by Sharonda
I'm becoming a steadfast fan of Natasha Blackthorne. She writes the most heated, sexually charged historical novels that I've read. And its not just the sex in these stories that keeps me coming back, but its also her writing. Its just fabulous, it's the main reason why I'll keep reading her books. She's taking women from a period where you were actually only seen and not heard and she's empowering them...These women are strong mentally, physically and sexually and they are taking control of their sometimes dire situations. But lets not forget the men in these stories. They are strong men, A man's man. Men who expects a lady to act as a lady should, but still remain the strong woman she is...All and all, another awesome read. I LOVED it. Please pick this one up and any other book in the Carter Blanche series, you will not regret it and you will definitely be hooked.March 2012Review From Miz Love Loves BooksReviewed by Miz LoveMs Blackthorne’s attention to detail, right down to how she uses certain words and phrases, pleased me. To know she has so obviously researched and studied made me feel that she values giving her readers a close-to-exact representation of the era as she can...This has honestly been one of the best historical books I’ve read. It’s no secret that I love reading this genre and when I discover a true talent in this area I love to shout about it, so get your ear plugs in if you have sensitive eardrums because I’m about to roar...NATASHA BLACKTHORNE ROCKS! BUY HER BOOKS NOW, YOU HEAR ME?Read the full review atMarch 2012
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