Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review The Louise Fawley Symphony by Rikki Evans
Meet Louise Fawley – the newest, sassiest and sleaziest agent in Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Follow Louise as she burgles and bungles at Melusine Plastics, gets flirtatious and salacious in Vetchley Castle, grows amorous and glamorous in Sainte-Modeste, and finally, hooks and sinks her villainess on the superyacht Bonquonne.
In this delicious, light-hearted, randy romp, can Louise solve the arcane mystery of La Ligne?
The Louise Fawley Symphony contains material of a sexually explicit nature, so will not be to the taste of every adult reader.
Erotic fiction isn’t something I would normally read, but the blurb was really intriguing and I am glad to say that the book itself was just as intriguing. I really enjoyed the The Louise Fawley Symphony, it was well written and well paced. Despite this being a debut novel, it feels as though the author has been writing for a quiet some time. She knows how to captivate the reader and pull you into the story. I look forward to reading more from Rikki.
After more than twenty-five years in accountancy, Rikki quit the profession to care for a parent whose health had deteriorated, and to give more time to those interests and hobbies which had helped render accountancy almost bearable.
Rikki’s interests include all things historical, from castles to candlesticks, music of many genres, from Gregorian Chant to Brit Pop, and above all, like HE Bates, is happiest when working and whiling in a garden.