The Edge of Desire : Bastion Club

  • by Stephanie Laurens
  • Narrated by Steven Crossley
  • Series: Bastion Club
  • 15 hrs and 21 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

They proved their bravery fighting for His Majesty’s Secret Service and were rewarded with brides of great beauty and breeding. But one member of the Bastion Club has remained a bachelor - until now.
“Christian, I need your help. There is no one else I can turn to…L.”
When Christian Allardyce, sixth Marquess of Dearne, reads those words, his world turns upside down. Lady Letitia Randall is a woman like no other, and the day he left her behind to fight for king and country was the most difficult of his life. He never forgot the feel of her lips against his, but he never expected to see her again. Yet now she seeks his help, and Christian knows he will not resist her plea.
Letitia believes that Christian abandoned her when she needed him most, and she hates to call on his aid. But to clear her brother’s name, she has sworn to use every weapon at her command, even if it means seducing her ex-lover. Yet all the while, Christian is waging a war of his own - a campaign of pure pleasure and sweet revenge that will take them both beyond the edge of desire.


What the Critics Say

“Top Pick! The Bastion Club’s latest installment features an ultrapassionate and honorable hero and a prideful heroine, along with a masterfully crafted murder mystery - loaded with red herrings - just what we expect from an author who knows the Regency’s dark corners as well as the bright lights of a ballroom. Another not-to-be-missed, can’t-put-it-down keeper.” ( Romantic Times)
“Ms. Laurens delves into the social distinctions between classes in this wickedly captivating romance. Watching her portrayal of Letitia’s famous temper as it bursts will have readers rolling in laughter.” (Fresh Fiction)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Story Good

My child tells me that all books today involved explicit sex. She reads a totally different style of book, or "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo", it was an interesting statement. She assure me that she can tell the difference between male and female writers, just by the sex interludes. Apparently men don't write about analysing sex, but just write about it, while women write what they wish would happen and live in hope the guys will read it and start taking some hints. I have to admit I sometimes think, with all this control, dominance and over thinking the act, when do the get around to just enjoying themselves. Unlike some of the other stories, this one actually comes through all the sex and is a good read.
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- Thor

A good read

I haven't read any Stephanie Laurens for a while and this was a good book to start back with. It was like I'd never been away, It was a book to curl up in comfort and listening to with a glass of red wine. Its great to be back with a good author.
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- Grandma4919

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-02-2012
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.