The Journal Of A Vicars Wife Kindle ´ Of A Epub


The Journal Of A Vicars Wife The final instalment in Viveka Portman's sexy sinful Regency Diaries sees an unhappy wife desperately seeking love–and her taciturn husband who doesn't know how to reach her My husband though I do not doubt his goodness does not love nor want me He married me for pure convenience He needed a bride and I was the one offered to him Thus I find my pleasures where I mayMrs Maria Reeves has been married for six years Six long lonely years She craves love and affection but married to a handsome but pious vicar she receives little in the way of earthly pleasures The Reverend Vicar Frederick Reeves is a man of principle and morals and is likely to provide his wife with suggested Bible readings than carnal knowledge If her husband will not please her then she will find a man who willBut infidelity doesn't come naturally to the vicar's wife Though Maria finds herself getting the sexual pleasure she desires she also finds herself emotionally frayed and unhappy To make matters worse in the small village of Stanton there are always people watching and Maria discovers that some secrets are impossible to keep What will her upright husband do when he discovers that Maria has broken not only one of the commandments but her vows to him

  • ebook
  • 110 pages
  • The Journal Of A Vicars Wife
  • Viveka Portman
  • 05 May 2014
  • 9780857992697

About the Author: Viveka Portman

Viveka Portman is an author of romantic erotic fiction and has a fascination about times past With a bachelor degree in anthropology Viveka weaves historical fact into fiction to create lively realistic and thrilling tales sure to titillate and engage the most discerning reader Considered an upstanding member of society Viveka does not make a habit of eavesdropping gossiping or making vulg



5 thoughts on “The Journal Of A Vicars Wife

  1. says:

    A fast read I liked all the characters so much that I wish it were longer or that they get a seuel novel view spoilerI like that sex isn't the thing that fixes everything at the end Sometimes romance novles can just have the main character have sex and their relationship is magically fixed not so here hide spoiler

  2. says:

    The Journal of a Vicar’s Wife is the fifth and last novella in the Regency Diaries series The series is a selection of five diary styled novellas revealing the secret thoughts and desires of Ladies during the Regency era Set in 1813 this is a stern and dispirited historical story about a harsh marriage It’s the most severe of the novellas because of the deep unhappiness of the Heroine and the rigidity of her taciturn pious Vicar husband Look this series tackles the sexual frustrations yearnings and discoveries of women in an era that is vastly different to how we live The historical attitudes dialogue and expectations of the Regency era were conservative proper austere parochial and based on social class This series reflects that well It’s written from each Heroine’s POV and presented as entries of a diary a very uniue way of story telling The Secret Diary of Lady Catherine Bexley 4 stars The Wicked Confessions of Lady Cecelia Stanton 2 starsThe Private Affairs of Lady Jane Fielding 4 starsThe Observations of a Curious Governess 4 starsThe Journal of a Vicar’s Wife 3 starsMrs Maria Reeves has been married for six years Six long lonely years because she doesn’t receive much in the way of earthly pleasures Childless and unhappy she craves love and affection The Reverend Vicar Frederick Reeves is a man of principle and morals and is likely to provide his wife with suggested Bible readings than carnal knowledge Unfortunately Maria’s husband wouldn’t please her so she found someone who did This book also had a few grammatical errors like previous books in this series I recommend this novella but it’s a stern unforgiving read

  3. says:

    This was a very different Regency read and I've got to say I didn't particularly like the husband however it really is a great story with a good amount of spice

  4. says:

    It doesn't say much about the likeability of the hero when I am cheering on the heroine to cheat and hoping that no reconciliation happens Blergh

  5. says:

    Oh my

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *