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Product Details

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Aphrodisia (April 1 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758214715
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758214713
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 2.5 x 20.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #536,893 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"* "Strong, character-driven romance...touching and emotional...extremely sensual and erotic." - Romantic Times * "Scorching love scenes to make you sweat and an intriguing plot to hold it all together." - New York Times bestselling author Hannah Howell" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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The story is a little hard to get into with all namesand titles but as the characters come alive, you live this story with them. It is one of the more erotic books that Ihave read and I enjoyed the "edge" that it contained. It was also my first Sharon Page book and now I crave toreadtheothers in this series. Well done!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0x9b60fd20) out of 5 stars 20 reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab0f09c) out of 5 stars superb erotic Regency romance with a lot of Dash April 17 2008
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
In London Maryanne Hamilton found the season quite tedious so she decides to attend the infamous party at Mrs. Master's salon. However, she also is editing the memoirs of aging prostitutes so they can earn a retirement income from their published works. Maryanne is especially excited by the exploits of Lord Dashiel Blackmore, who lives up to his name as every prostitute insists he adds dash to the boudoir.

When Dash meets Maryanne in a house of ill repute that no lady would enter, he assumes she is a courtesan; not the innocent she is. He wants her and lets her know he plans to take her. She wants to flee yet cannot resist his lure.

This is a superb erotic Regency romance in which the audience will agree with the prostitutes that Dash adds that and more to a fine mix. Maryanne is a wonderful counter to Dash as he assumes she is a courtesan and she does not fully correct him. This is a delightful page-turner that will have sub-genre fans seeking the author's other works (see SIN) as Sharon Page heats up the era.

Harriet Klausner
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab0f504) out of 5 stars 5 Kisses, TwoLips Reviews Dec 1 2008
By Linda D. Crooks - Published on
Format: Paperback
In the prologue of Black Silk by Sharon Page, Lady Farthingale is willingly ravished by five men for her aging lover's voyeuristic pleasure. Then she's bound and gagged, and disappears. The mood for the book is set, and readers are prepared for a lusty and intriguing read.

Dashiel (Dash) Blackmore, Lord Swansborough, who readers will remember as the dark and thoroughly debauched viscount from the first book in the series, Sin, is being framed as the mastermind behind Lady F's abduction, as well as a similar case a week prior. He's innocent, so who is framing him and why? Revenge?

Maryanne Hamilton, erotic artist Rodesson's second eldest daughter, is proofreading an erotic manuscript when she receives a desperate plea for help from a friend and business associate who has gone missing. She decides to go to the location specified in her friend's note, despite the considerable personal risks involved, partly because she wants to experience her own exciting adventure. She has no idea what she's really getting herself into.

While searching for her friend, she runs into Lord Swansborough at what turns out to be an erotic scavenger hunt. He thinks she's a doxy hired for the evening's entertainment, and she prays he won't recognize her as his good friend's sister-in-law. He has played a starring role in all her naughty fantasies, and now here he is in the flesh. They're only together for one passion-filled night, but it's enough to make "Verity" (the false name she gives him) pregnant. Of course, once her brother-in-law finds out what has transpired, he insists that Dash marry her. But the marriage is off to a rocky start, made even more difficult by Dash's shadowy past. Betrayal leads them to the face of danger - but whose face is it?

I love how Sharon Page gets right to the good stuff right from the beginning of Black Silk, and somehow manages to do it tastefully and without feeling rushed, forced or contrived. She's a master at intertwining passion, suspense and heartfelt emotions. Her characters are intelligent and likeable. This book is a wild ride from beginning to end with some excellent surprises, and I found myself anxious to read the third book in the series.

5 Kisses, 2 Peppers (m/m/f/m/m, graphic sex)

Reviewer, TwoLips Reviews, LLC
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab0f528) out of 5 stars Rake gets reformed Nov. 10 2008
By Melissa - Published on
Format: Paperback
For years bookish Maryanne Hamilton has kept secrets. The first is that she is editing erotic literature from a well known courtesan, Georgiana, and the second is that she is very attracted to Lord Dash Swansborough. These two secrets prove to be her downfall one evening when she receives a frantic note from Georgiana requesting her help. Maryanne dons a mask and goes to a bawdy house looking for her friend. She is nowhere to be found but she does see Lord Swansborough.

Dash believes Maryanne to be a Cyprian and together they have quite a passion filled night without Dash ever discovering Maryanne's identity or even her name as she had given him a fictitious one.

Dash is a man with many issues but they never detracted from his innate charm. He has a family which is a true albatross, a mentally unstable uncle, an insatiable sister-in-law, a vindictive cousin but a kind sister. Also adding to his troubles, Dash is an unofficial suspect in a string of missing and dead women. He is suspicious of almost everyone as there have been attempts on his life.

When Maryanne and Dash are forced into a wedding, things become even more heated and passionate between them. Dash really wants to trust his wife and she really wants to trust him. Together they slowly lower their emotional walls with each other. The vulnerability is a little more believable on Dash's part than Maryanne's though.

The mystery of the missing women is still hounding Dash and now he must not only worry about his own life but his wife's too. This is a good romance with a lot of passion and a decent mystery.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab0f840) out of 5 stars She does it again July 22 2008
By L. Carter - Published on
Format: Paperback
I love all of Sharon Page's books and she doesn't disappoint with this book either. She always sets beautiful scenes and powerful characters in her books and Black Silk is no exception. If you enjoy period romances and a little bit of kink this is the boook for you.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ab0f96c) out of 5 stars Nobe, no good... Aug. 1 2014
By Linda - Published on
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There is a certain art form to writing womens erotica, part of that is the building of suspence, the play of words. Like forplay, the words tease and excite the reader, to continue reading like a voyuer to a world closed to her. The chemisty of the characters, the passion buildup, like dansing the waltz. Then the characters and begin to find pleasure, to experiment, experience and yes even naughty words. This author does not create this antisipation, there is no chemestry, there is not heart stoping thrilling whisper for the reader to feel, no here it is sex and only sex wrapped in a package called romance. I can't even begin to like this book, oh I finished it, hoping against hope that thrill would come, but it did not. Big fail and uninspired book. And what is with the Anal sex of these authors, what is so sexy about that, it is disturbing. I don't think I will read another book by this author. There is Erotica for women and then there is something else

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