Caroline Morrow, divorced and almost penniless, reappears in England in 1821 after an absence of five years, to the delight of Lord Simon Blair, her former lover. Soon they are in bed again, and again, and again, as the apt title implies. Ultimately, despite willful tempers and disagreements and recriminations on both sides, Simon literally kidnaps Caroline from her employer's estate and marries, then impregnates her to the amazement of the ton. After a false scare over the baby, they realize that they love each other, and that they will live happily ever after. The minimal and silly plot serves merely as a backdrop for carefully described and frequently repeated ecstatic sex. To use their own words, the two are "in rut" for the entire story, which is the entire point. Johnson has written an extremely arousing erotic romance, but, irrelevant though it may be, it seems highly unlikely that the phrase "pissing me off" was used in 1821.
Story of 2 people who started as friends then became lovers. After a misunderstanding they parted ways, but by chance met again. The story is quite good and romantic. Set in the 1820's but very steamy.
This is one of Susan Johnson's better books. The story is good, sex is hot. You'll love Caroline.
Snowbound and bound by desire they'll succumb to temptation Again and Again. A sexy, smart, and sensuous read!
The expectations I had for this book just didn't live up to what I had hoped. I had a hard time finishing it. There wasn't much of a plot. I couldn't get into the characters either. I just didn't connect to them. The entire was book was them falling in love and then the next page they hated each other and then they were in love again. There was constant sex on every other page and not that that was bad, don't get me wrong there was some very good scenes, there just wasn't much of anything else. This would make a good summer beach read. Read it when you don't want to think and you just need something to fill your time with. It took me an unusual amount of time to read. Usually I am done in a day or two with a book, but this one I'd pick up, put down and not come back to for days at a time. I'm glad I saw it through to the end. It did have a happy ending, but I won't be looking for more of Susan Johnson's books in the future.