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The chain and the leather belt still adorned her, although in different configurations, no longer binds but an integral part of her body, jewels of passion, branches of transgression that she had earned by her wanton abandon.

Nursing the end of her dancing career and first love, Giselle Denoux returns home to Paris with a broken heart to face her disapproving family. At a flower shop in the Latin Quarter, she meets a magnetic artist named William Tremblay. Desperate to know more about him, Giselle signs on as one of his models—an act that binds them together, turning Giselle into both muse and master.

When a horrifying accident forces them apart, Giselle jumps at the chance to work for a decadent affair known as the Ball, an event of sexual excess and delirium—one she’s sure will heal her pain. At the Ball, Giselle moves up from dancer to madame, finessing her craft until an explosive moment many years later takes both her and William completely by surprise.

Winter is the 2nd book in the Pleasure Quartet, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.

From Publishers Weekly

Sep 21, 2015 – Though outrageous in plot and writing style, the second Pleasure Quartet novel (after Autumn) has a pronounced erotic effect. Giselle Denoux, a failed ballerina, models for her lover's private commission of a painting of Joan of Arc's capture and torture. As the young dancer lives out her private fantasy, she grows closer to the artist, William Trembley, who's several years her senior, but he ends things when an accident blinds him. Organizers of the Ball, an almost mythical orgy for the senses that occurs periodically around the world, hire her to dance and then manage their private club in New Orleans. Over the years, she choreographs sexual dances, stages elaborate events, and tries to soothe her lustful, mournful yearning for William. In any other hands, the prose depicting Giselle's longing would be excessively florid or vulgar, but somehow Jackson transforms it into beautiful, arousing writing.
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  • Category: Erotic Romance
  • Published: Nov 10, 2015
  • Publisher: Open Road Media
  • Seller: OpenRoad Integrated Media, LLC
  • Print Length: 386 Pages
  • Language: English
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