Books by Robin Schone

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Cry For Passion

Robin Schone is an author I’ve been avoiding for a while. I don't fancy myself masochistic, which is what I’ve ended up feeling like after reading some of her recent books. Fortunately, Cry for Passion is actually pretty good. Granted, it is deeply depressing and didn't leave me in a particularl ...

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Scandalous Lovers

Scandalous Lovers features as its centerpiece the Men's and Women's Club, an actual club existing in 1880s London, formed to discuss "sexology," or issues between the sexes, in a scholarly fashion. In Schone's novel, the tenor of the club's discussions takes a drastic and personal turn with the int ...

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Gabriel's Woman

By the time this review is posted, many Robin Schone fans will already have read Gabriel's Woman and decided how they feel about it. Before reading this book, I checked out reviews of this author's previous efforts, including posts to various lists. Some readers have loved it, others have not. Some ...

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Awaken, My Love

With the success that she has enjoyed from The Lady's Tutor and, currently, The Lover, Robin Schone has made a name for herself as one of, if not, the best writers of erotic, romantic fiction. It is because of this success that her first published book, Awaken, My Love is commanding as much as $80.0 ...

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The Lover

The Lover by Robin Schone brings us a very unusual romantic hero, Michel des Anges, a male prostitute. Michel is tragically scarred both externally and internally. The heroine, Anne Aimes, is a 36-year-old spinster who hires Michel to take her virginity and give her a lifetime of memories. Together ...

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The Lover

"Psst. Can I talk to you for a minute?" Even though I've awarded a grade, Robin Schone's latest book, The Lover's, can't really be explained so easily. This book is not for everybody and that includes some readers who enjoyed her previous, far more romantic book The Lady's Tutor. While much of Th ...

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The Lady's Tutor

The buzz on Lady's Tutor is that it is sexually explicit, a very hot book. Romance is often a derivative genre and I wondered, as I opened it, what form this sizzling story would take. Would the writing be romantically sexy like Dara Joy? Would it border on erotica like Beatrice Small, Thea Devine o ...