Annie and the Young Master

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Banished from her home, Lillian Basford picked herself up and set out to start a new life. When Samuel Wadkins came along and gave her a real-life taste of what her dreams with him had teased her with, she became torn between her life as it was and what it’d now become. [historical fairy tale - rewrite of an old English Tale, Cap 'o Rushes]

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Words: 12,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452436364
About Bekki Lynn

Bekki Lynn is a multi-published author of erotic and not so erotic romance. While living in numerous US states, raising four sons and enjoying a career in food service, she's stored enough ammunition for more stories then she may be able to write in her lifetime. To further learn more about her, check out her websites.

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Review by: hrhsophia on July 15, 2013 :
A sweet enough tale.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Stephanie Burkhart on Dec. 16, 2010 :
Lynn pens a heartwarming tale of the power of love with "Annie and the Young Master." Lillian Basford comes from a well off family, but her father casts her out after a slight with nothing but the clothes on her back. Lillian encounters Samuel Wadkins as she walks away from her home and two share a powerful lovemaking encounter. Lillian tells him her name is Annie. Samuel departs.

Lillian soon finds employment as a servant for the Hammond family. The Wadkins host a local ball. Despite Lillian's love for Samuel, she's hesitant to attend not wanting Samuel to discover she's a servant. Can Samuel's patience and determination help the couple find happy ever after?

Lynn intrigues the reader right from the start with Lillian's plight. Lillian is full of resolve, determined to find her way despite the challenges she faces. Samuel knows his heart and won't give up until he gets what he wants.

The love scenes paint a highly charged erotic connection between Lillian and Samuel that will leave the reader wanting more.

Annie and the Young Master is a sinfully delicious Cinderella story.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Lindsay Townsend on Aug. 07, 2010 :
Lillian is rejected by her father after a misunderstanding and expelled from her family home with nothing but the clothes she wears. Taking the name of Annie, she goes
seeking domestic work in late Victorian England and determines to make a new life for herself. She also hopes to win the love of the young master Samuel, and the way
she achieves both aims makes for an arresting, sensual tale, full of incident and tenderness.

Samuel is an appealing, charismatic hero and Lillian (Annie) an enterprising and sympathetic heroine. The story is based on an old fairy story, Cap O' Rushes, and also has elements of Cinderella, too. A lovely tale that I really enjoyed and recommend.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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