I really don't know how to write a review because there was just soooo much I liked about this book. It's friggin' hysterical! If you like satire or historical romance or romance of any kind, you'll love this book. -- Kara Leigh Miller, karaleighmiller.com/2013/03/book-review-pits-of-passion.html
From the Inside Flap
He plucked at the shreds of lace Elizabeth tried to hold together across her heaving bosom. She felt his fingers probing, stroking her tender flesh, and all her blood seemed to rush boiling to her head. She gasped and stared up into those cool, icy eyes, her mouth open to protest, but he silenced her easily with a savage, bruising kiss. His lips were like burning brands on hers, searing her flesh until she could almost smell the smoke. Her blood pounded in her head and at the same time she realized his blood was pounding somewhere else. Feeling confused and panic-stricken, she tried to wriggle away from his embrace of steel but her attempts only enflamed him more. Weakly she tried to push him away, but when she succeeded in creating a slight gap between them, her dress slipped from her shoulders to the floor.
"I'm very good at buttons with my right hand," he said huskily and pulled her closer again.