Pleasure has a Price
Three Days… Endless Pleasure
On a Caribbean island of alluring delights, Emiline du Ronde-Barhydt commands a large estate, vast wealth, and unwavering devotion. Her inheritance and dazzling beauty insure that she’s granted her every wish… or almost. The one thing she can’t get is freedom from her proud wayward husband.
When her husband, sea captain Reinier Barhydt finally agrees to give his determined wife the divorce she craves - it’s for a price: three days of total submission to his every erotic demand. Both fall under the spell of the most forbidden sensations that reignite every delicious inch of their bodies… and Reinier soon realizes that he is no longer master of his carnal game. At the mercy of his own raw shattering needs, the three red hot days may just turn into a lifetime of smoldering passion…
To read an excerpt click here.
Some scenes in Secrets of Sin might 'inspire' you. However, we want to appeal to your common sense. Although other uses were well reasearched and documented, please remember: Ginger is for COOKING. Do not try anything else with it at home (or wherever) unless you know EXACTLY what you're doing.
Other Spicy Tidbits
Secrets of Sin is set on L'Île de Ronde.
Ronde Island is a real place, a small islet between Grenada and Carriacou (Grenadines). It is completely isolated and untouched by development, fishing or run-off. Underwater visibility typically exceeds 30m. Sea turtles, large pelagic fish and green moray eels are common. A stunning sea-bottom topography includes breathtaking drop-offs over 'bottomless' vertical walls, coral-encrusted canyons - and even a swim-through cave which opens to an underground cavern decorated with stalactites and quartz crystals.
Last time we checked Ronde is for sale! It can be yours for the measly sum of $ 100,000,000.00 USD.
In case Secrets of Sin inspires you to buy it, have a heart and invite us for a short stay there. Okay?
The island of Grenada plays a part in Secrets of Sin.
Learn more about its history here.
Unlike John Julian who was most likely sold into slavery after surviving a ship wreck, Emiline’s father wrecked the ship on purpose to fake his own death and live on his own private island with his treasure and his beautiful French wife.