Wednesday, March 21, 2012

New Release from Emmie Harrison~ Precious Polly

Precious Polly by Emmie Harrison
Naughty Nursery Rhymes
Breathless Press
Erotic Historical/Regency Romance, BDSM, D/s
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When Polly meets the handsome Mr. Flinders, he shows her a whole new world of discipline.
Polly is unlike the other eligible young ladies in her town. She cannot play the pianoforte and has no desire to sit about, acting hostess at boring parties those of her social status are known for having. She'd much rather let her dreams and fancy take over, whisking her thoughts away so that she can place focus on more interesting things.
When Mr. Flinders decides that it is he who must tutor her in the art of the pianoforte, opening her up to the idea of becoming an accomplished lady, he reveals a very different method of discipline than she's used to. One that leaves her aching for more and willing to do whatever it is he asks of her.
About Emmie Harrison:
Emmie Harrison is an American writer who grew up in the North and has spent several years of her life living and experiencing both coasts of the US. Now, she has settled down in the South. When she isn't writing, Emmie enjoys her time with her very supportive husband and two young children, all of which she could never do without. Music is a must in her house and she's been known to both retro-game and indulge in anything Disney. Snow and tea make her happy, as do snuggles received from her cat.

Despite being the typical left-brainer, Emmie always had a love for reading and writing. Many authors and genres have captivated her interest over the years, making her tastes rather eclectic. However, she embraces this, as it allows her to escape into worlds of all sorts. From Victorian to modern, science fiction to fantasy, and any others the imagination is able to conjure—be it in reading or when she writes. Although, being forever the romantic, the pull toward romance and happily ever afters has always been strong. As a result, it didn't take long before such themes became a near constant in her writings, regardless of plot, genre, or character types.

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