C.P. Waterman writes erotic short stories, usually from a man’s point of view. The author’s name is a pseudonym adopted by an established writer specializing in the historical fiction and erotic romance genres.
Charlotte Lucas Collins, a clergyman's wife, has a special talent - she sketches erotic pictures and has secretly drawn Mr Darcy and her friend Sir Richard Lucas making love in the park at Pemberley during a visit to Lizzie after their marriage. Sir Richard - who is now her lover - finds her drawings and offers to buy them. And when Mr Darcy sees them, he wants to buy them. And he wants more...
Charlotte Lucas Collins has spent her time at Pemberley drawing some risque sketches of Sir Richard and Mr Darcy together; these papers must be kept secret at all costs. But now she must return home to her humdrum existence as a clergyman's wife. How can she this paradise in Sir Richard's company? And what will happen if Mr Darcy and Sir Richard finally discover Charlotte's sexy drawings?
Charlotte Collins (née Lucas) has been invited to stay at Pemberley with her old friend Elizabeth Darcy (née Bennet) and – acting quite out of character – forms an intimate relationship with another guest, Sir Richard Walden, a distant relation of Mr Darcy. But Charlotte soon discovers that Sir Richard has another passionate bond with Mr Darcy... and possibly with Mrs Darcy, too...,
Charlotte Lucas Collins is staying at a small lodge in the great garden at Pemberley, the guest of her good friend Elizabeth (Liza) Bennet Darcy while her husband is away at a conference. She has already met Darcy's intimate friend, Sir Richard Walden, and now enjoys a second day in his company; there are more opportunities to continue their sensual liaison. But how long can this continue?
Charlotte Collins visits her old friend Elizabeth Darcy at Pemberley. Whilst there, she sees Mr Darcy and his gentleman friend rowing on the lake; a chain of extraordinary events begin which take Charlotte out of the lifestyle to which she has become accustomed. She wonders if, when she returns home, her life may ever be the same again.