Elle (Paperback)

Room Two in the Hotelles Trilogy

By Emma Mars

Harper Perennial, 9780062274199, 448pp.

Publication Date: April 7, 2015

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Description

A spellbinding, erotic, and revealing love story full of drama and poignancy—the sequel to Hotelles-in which a young French woman continues her carnal education in a mysterious Parisian hotel.

In a hotel room in Paris, a young woman named Elle experiences the most exquisite freedom and sensual pleasure she has ever known, thanks to Louis, the man who has conquered her completely.

So many things in life have changed since they first met. Her engagement to Louis’s deceptive brother, David, has been broken. Her mother has died. Yet Elle is wholly fulfilled with Louis, the master who heightens her senses and unleashes her deep, seductive power.

In the alluring Hôtel des Charmes, Louis takes Elle beyond her wildest fantasies. Exploring the boudoirs devoted to other courtesans—Mademoiselle Josephine, Deschamps, Kitty Fisher, Cora Pearl, and Valtesse de la Bigne—Elle willingly opens herself further. In sublime self-abandonment she discovers absolute ecstasy, absolute sweetness, absolute desire.

Then David unexpectedly returns, stirring up painful memories and threatening their bliss. Elle fears her education may soon be over. . .

She does not understand that it has only just begun.



About the Author

Emma Mars is the pseudonym of an author who lives in France.



Praise For Elle: Room Two in the Hotelles Trilogy

“Mars excels at orchestrating elaborate, emotionally charged sex scenes, making the physically implausible ring psychologically true in this, the second novel in a steamy trilogy. . . . An explicit, erotic, entrancing detective story for the seriously committed lover of erotica.”
Kirkus Reviews

“An erotic tour de force that plumbs the depths of unbridled sexuality, betrayal, and addiction. . . . This novel isn’t just about titillation; it also explores the boundaries of trust and love in the context of a well-crafted mystery. Readers will eagerly await the third and final book.”
Publishers Weekly