- File Size: 337 KB
- Print Length: 117 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (August 29, 2011)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005K17FF2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260,934 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Virgin Proxy (The Conquerors Book 2) Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
In her life she's done a little bit of everything and somehow lived to tell the tales. Except those she's legally bound not to spill - for now.
She doesn't believe in fairies, ghosts, flying saucers, or conspiracy theories. But thanks to one great man by her side, and two naughty, reckless little boys who keep her busy, she still believes in love.
Top Customer Reviews
I feel the internal struggles of Deorwynn and what I love about the way Fox writes is it's not the 'traditional' flouncing female we see all too often in romance novels these days. I love how Guy Devaux tries to be the domineering male and the king of his castle only to bow to the whims of a woman he can't resist.
While this has menage elements as Ever Night did, it goes in a different direction in the end. And that made me love it even more.
The Conqueror's series continues with The Virgin Proxy, which carries on Georgia Fox's tradition of wickedly spicy novellas with a menage twist! However, where as book one seemed a bit more hurried and focused more on the (very heated) sex between the characters, TVP lingers more on the budding relationship and a longer storyline.
Deorwynn has lived the past 15 years of her life within the stiff confines of the convent, punished often for her defiance to authority and her sins. Now, with her father dead and her only remaining family member (an older brother) in prison, her chances of escaping the hell-hole that is her own prison are now close to nil--and the sisters are prepared to make her a nun!
Sybilia, another young woman being kept there at the convent, offers Deorwynn another option--she'll take Deorwynn with her when she leaves a few days later, traveling to her husband-to-be. Deorwynn is not fond of Sybilia, but the offer for freedom is very tempting. There is just one catch: Sybilia requires Deorwynn to be her handmaiden....oh,and to stand in as a proxy for her on her wedding night to the Norman lord. Deorwynn is a virgin, Sybilia, however, is not, and fears the wraith of her husband for not being untouched.
Upon reaching Guy's keep, Deorwynn begins to wonder what she's gotten herself into. Their first night there, she meets the lord himself while bathing--thought at the time he thinks her to be his betrothed and she thinks him to be her dream lover. After a very heated scene in the bathing room, Guy is the first to realize his mistake, though he doesn't regret it; Deorwynn is not aware of who he is until her formal introduction to him the next day before the wedding ceremony.Read more ›
Deorwynn has been told by the nuns that now that her father is dead and there is no hope of a husband she must take her vows. The trouble is that Deorwynn is a feisty and lusty Saxon lady in the new England of the Conqueror. Another girl at the convent offers her the chance for an out. She can both avoid being a nun and maybe find a way to free her youngest brother from the king's prison. All she has to do is trade places with the bride on the wedding night.
Naturally, once Deorwynn arrives at the castle where her deception must take place all does not go according to plan. For one, she and the Norman bridegroom, Guy Daveax, get up to something the night before the wedding and she turns his head and full attention to herself. For another, Guy is not fooled in the least by the disguised woman in his bridal bed. He plays along, but intends to discover exactly why the deception has been made.
As I said it was a scorching romp that was light on plot and historical backdrop, but heavy on the erotic passion. Lots of things are explored between Deorwynn and Guy including voyeurism and multiple partners. It felt rushed at the end though the result was just what I wanted.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Engaging story with sweet yet hotly erotic scenes. A fun read with a unique storyline. I'm looking forward to reading more of the series.Published 5 months ago by Ricochet Rabbit
I have re-read this book three times and no doubt will read it again. It's a wonderful book and unforgetable. I could not put it down & some parts are extremely funny. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by Wauline J Quick
This was the first story in the series - I read the second story first but it didn't matter. I really like the way Georgia Fox writes. Read more
I like the storyline until close to the end. I was disappointed that Deorwynn allowed Thierry to mount her so Guy would be
The Virgin Proxy by Georgia Fox
What a wonderful story. It's a first for me by this author but by far not the last. Read more
Yup, if I'm gonna be believable, I gotta be honest, so here it is. Yes this one is my guilty little pleasure. Whenever I want that little omph! I pull out "THE VIRGIN PROXY". Read morePublished on July 2, 2012 by Suzanne Goldberg
There was absolutely nothing romantic in this book and not much of a story. It bordered on pornographic. Not my style at all!Published on February 14, 2012 by Circa1952