In the present day, Elaine Metcalfe is masturbating to relieve her sexual frustration with her husband who shows no interest in having sex. In Victorian England, Charles Mortimer, Lord Arlcotte, is sexually frustrated with his wife, Morrigan, who he virtually forces to consummate their marriage. Charles, who has knowledge of eastern sexual techniques, cannot raise a response from his frigid wife.
The next day, Elaine finds herself in 19th century England inhabiting Morrigan's body. Charles notices his wife is behaving strangely. But he starts making progress with his plan to sensually educate her. Elaine is attracted to the handsome lord, but she remembers that she has a husband and is afraid she will be thought insane if she reveals she is from the future.
While Charles sets about seducing Elaine, she discovers some unknown evil person wants her dead.
The review of this Book prepared by L. Watson
Elaine Metcalf awakens to find herself in Morrigan's body, in another time and married to seductive Charles Mortimer. She fights against her growing attraction to a man who is not her husband and searchs for a way to return to the life she has left behind. Her situation is further complicated by abusive servants, family secrets, and the return of Morrigan who wants to destroy her old body and Elaine's chance of happiness.
The review of this Book prepared by Renee Boyer