Dishabille- The state of being only partly or scantily clothed. It's the perfect name for Miranda Marchand's nightclub. For her brother, Alexander Marchand, it is the perfect place to find women who can fulfill his every desire. While his kinks aren't uncommon, his affections run too fast and too deep for the cautious and aloof. He has given up on finding the one who can embrace his impulsiveness.
For Dahlia Warwick, Club Dishabille is the gateway to a sensuous new world. A world she craves. Dahlia meets with Miranda with a seemingly simple task: To help her find a man who would be patient enough to guide her through her submissive fantasies, but not dismiss he rfears. Miranda knows that Dahlia is not one for play that doesn't involve her heart, and she knows only one man who could guide and teach her, to worship and to love her.
It's a rapid awakening for both Alex and Dahlia, quickly laying trust and intimacy on the table. Club Dishabille spanks the genre of romance and gives the readers the hearts and flowers they love and only the palest of pink bottoms. It is an erotic tale for those who aren't looking for Cinderella or Prince Charming. It is a feast for those who want it a little bit...rougher.
Arden Aoide lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her husband, two daughters, and three cats. Turn ons include men who cry during sex, long walks on the beach, and talking about herself in the third person. Turn offs include mean people and trying to figure out how to write an interesting author bio.
She's an introvert, she loves coffee, Internet, British television, and pot stickers. And pie. She loves pie.