Matthew Goddard is a lonely watchmaker in 1840 New England. One fateful day, he discovers the lover of his dreams in a dusty corner of the local general store-Isabel, a bisque porcelain mannequin head with mesmerizing, smoky blue eyes. When Matthew invites her to come live with him, she eagerly "accepts." The couple embarks on a lust-filled affair, one fueled by Matthew's wild imagination. In order to provide Isabel with a brass body and pretty clothes, he begins a secret side business selling clockwork sex toys to his wealthy female customers. Danger, however, threatens their idyllic romance when a disgruntled customer exposes Matthew's forbidden business to the townspeople. Despite the growing menace, Matthew will stop at nothing in order to save his soul mate-and protect their love. Reader Alert! Matthew Goddard's lover Isabel may be a clockwork automaton, but that doesn't prevent them from enjoying forbidden, uninhibited sex at every opportunity. To My Readers: On the surface, The Watchmaker's Lady is a deeply sensual tale about a forbidden affair between a man and his Victorian sex doll. But if you dig a little deeper beneath the kink, you'll discover a heartwarming romance between two soul mates who manage to find each other-and stay together-despite overwhelming odds.
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|Title of eBook: The Watchmaker's Lady|
|Release Date: 04-01-2012|
|Publisher: RED SAGE PUBLISHING, INC.|
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