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I'll say that the threesome scene is pretty hot. Sadly, there is only one. Most of the sex scenes involve Ritchie and Beatrice, as he brings her to "crisis," as Da Costa calls it. In one of their first assignations, Ritchie actually achieves "crisis" in his pants. Each is nervous; in fact, it takes a while for Beatrice to actually see Ritchie's throbbing male member, the reasons for which somewhat relate to one of the plot threads, and she has to overcome her own sense of feeling self-conscious.
Still, Ritchie is bewitched by her. Last night she'd been delicious and responsive and he knew she could and would be just as willing soon. Yet still she seemed nervous about exposing herself. How strangely contrary. You'll pose unclothed for photographs that are circulated to hundreds of avid men, yet you won't show your naked puss to me in private. You're a conundrum, Beatrice Weatherly, a veritable mystery.
The man behind the pictures also becomes a plot point, as Da Costa tries to shake up the monotony of puckered nipples and aching erections with story lines. In terms of literary merit, In the Flesh can be found wanting.
But in terms of hot sex scenes, it's pretty good. The headboard rocking got a little repetitive, but the threesome scene? THAT was hot. Thanks to NetGalley for the preview. This review also appears on cupcake's book cupboard.
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Loved every bit of it What led me to this book was that the cover said it was 50 Shades meets Mr. Darcy , but it also reminded me so much of Wuthering Heights I really enjoyed it :-D and it definitely made it to my personal Top10, Yay!!! The thing I enjoyed the most yeah, it was their language, how they approached each other, very forward, but keeping a little distance and decorum Oh my Beatrice was an awesome character, always so proud and witty, not taking too personally what other people thought of her.
Always willing to feel, to learn I just felt like killing him!! The bastard xD no gif for him A very caring, carnal, playful character What about Polly, Charlie and Jamie??? And how can I forget Margarita Anyways I loved it from begining until the very end :-D just what I expected I bet they had a naughty imagination :P This is my first Portia Da Costa book and I went in to it thinking this would be a standard 19th century London historical romance.
Those of you already familiar with Da Costa can stop laughing at me now. This is not a story of a gentle romance where the innocent virgin lands the rakish gentleman.
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It more like the randy and explicit sexual adventure where the innocent virgin lands the rakish gentleman. Let me explain. No one will ever look at Beatrice as a lady again 3. No one will ever look at Beatrice as a lady again, ever since nude photos surfaced of her on cabinet cards in the gentleman's clubs.
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Granted, her ex-fiance drugged her beforehand, but no one knows that. And because of the photos, she has caught the eye of Edmund Richie, a notorious and wealthy ladies man. Richie offers to pay off her brother's debts and give her an allowance if she agrees to be his mistress for a month.
With no other prospects and the debts piling up, Bea accepts.
Richie's seduction is a slow one, but he gives Bea quite the education. Most of their interactions surround some kind of sexual act ranging from masturbation to voyeurism and sex toys to, eventually, the full monte. Richie is nearly obsessed with Bea because of the cards. And because of his tortured past relationships, he feels like an affair is all that can ever be between them. Bea is truly an innocent as the book begins, but ends up quite the lusty temptress.
And that's not only bed play the story has to offer. The romance is essentially the plot. Bea and Richie fall in love, despite the futility of a relationship between them. But theirs is a relationship that is built almost entirely on bedsport. Don't get me wrong.
The sex is hot. And I cared enough about both characters to want them to have a happy ending. It was clear there was only one way that could happen, so in that respect it was a little predictable --or perhaps, I should say, inevitable. But it entertains and titillates along the way. I don't think anyone looking for an erotic historical would be disappointed. I just wish we could have experienced the couple together a little bit more out of bed, to make the deeper emotions a little more believable. View 1 comment. In The Flesh is the latest installment of a series that started as Spice Briefs, short stories and novellas connected through the Ladies' Sewing Circle.
The Circle is, of course, a front for a group of women to get together and discuss naughty things. Each story focuses on a different lady, and this is the first title not to be released under the Spice Briefs line. It's my guess that Da Costa is a fan of Jane Eyre , as she seemed to borrow quite a bit of Rochester minus the mood swings. Richi In The Flesh is the latest installment of a series that started as Spice Briefs, short stories and novellas connected through the Ladies' Sewing Circle.
Richie's deep dark secret adds a bit of conflict --or at least the potential for conflict-- but it's very tidily resolved in a deus ex machina that does no justice to the author or the reader. I would much rather have seen a more complex resolution where the characters had to work things out for themselves instead of having all the loose ends snipped off for them. Also somewhat problematic is the depiction of insanity.
If this is a hot button issue for you, you'll want to steer clear. One scene contains this gem: "How the dickens had Margarita managed to create so much havoc, so fast? The cunning of the insane, no doubt, and now they were all paying for that infernal guile. Them crazy people, so crafty and deceitful in their wacky antics. As this is erotic romance, it's a given that the focus will be on sex.
A lot of these scenes revolve around the experienced Richie teaching virginal Bea the ropes, although there's a very fun subplot involving a threesome that I wish had more attention paid to it. Since the characters there have only a couple of scenes and then disappear for half the book until the resolution is given to us in the form of a conversation between Richie and Bea, rather than letting us see how they arrived there, the wrap-up there seems just as pat as the conclusion of the main plot. The sex is pretty well varied, though, and it's interesting to note that in spite of all the playing around, Bea technically remains a virgin until about halfway through the book.
Of course, the decision to make her a virgin at all instead of merely inexperienced is a whole other discussion. Beatrice Weatherly is a virginal member of the Ladies Sewing Circle that so loves scandalous talk but now her reputation in Victorian English society has been soiled by scandalous nude photos that an ex-fiance sold on the black market.
Since she's already considered a scarlet woman, Bea decides to enter into a courtesan-style relationship with the fierce businessman and mysteriously secretive Edward Ellsworth Richie.
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Meanwhile their servants and Bea's brothers get up to their own scandalous scen Beatrice Weatherly is a virginal member of the Ladies Sewing Circle that so loves scandalous talk but now her reputation in Victorian English society has been soiled by scandalous nude photos that an ex-fiance sold on the black market. Meanwhile their servants and Bea's brothers get up to their own scandalous scenarios.
Yet again I requested an ARC that was surprisingly part of a series. Thankfully, the style of this series makes it completely possible to read them out of order with no confusion. Each book or novella is about one member of the circle, so I was not lost at all.
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Let me be crystal clear here. I would not, by any stretch of the imagination, call this a romance. This is erotica. But most erotica still has plot, whereas the plot here is minimal and is frequently dropped, hurried, or pushed aside in favor of yet another sex scene. And as for the sex scenes, they could have been more redundant, what with Bea being a virgin and all, but they still kinda are super redundant. I don't know about you, but there's only so much virgin I can take in my erotica, and this crosses the line.
Meanwhile, the main plot is incredibly bare bones and rushed. What saves this book from two stars is actually the subplot involving Bea's brother and the male and female servant. They end up establishing a three-way relationship that is healthy for all of them and then move to the countryside to carry it on in peace.
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Now this is a fascinating little situation and leaves the door wide-open for all sorts of fun sex scenes, but we only get one with all three of them. Le sigh. Overall if you're open to lots of types of sex scenes in your erotica and have a certain affinity for Victorian clothes and virgin sex, then you'll enjoy this read and certainly get the bang for your buck. Check out my full review Link will be live on April 8, Note: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
In The Flesh is book five of The Ladies' Sewing Circle series, but it doesn't matter if you haven't read any of the others though I recommend that you do , as this book will still make perfect sense. It tells the story of Beatrice Weatherly, who has been named a scarlet woman because she was tricked into posing for some nude photographs.
Now polite society believes her unmarriageable.