Disillusioned following the break-up of her marriage, Claire finds her sexuality reawakened by the mysterious Stuart MacIntosh. He draws her into a sensual intrigue involving one of his rich clients, and her best friend. Then Claire's ex-husband appears on the scene. Who can she really trust?
- Electronic book text | 256 pages
- 23 Feb 2010
- Ebury Publishing
- Virgin Digital
- London, United Kingdom
About Jan Smith
Jan Smith is the author of Palazzo, available from Black Lace.
Back cover copy
When Claire Savage takes a trip to Venice with her friend, Cherry Sinclair, a simple holiday turns into a life-changing experience. Both women soon succumb to the charms of the city in the autumn - and the men who inhabit it. In the famous Harry's Bar, Claire meets the mysterious Stuart MacIntosh, a half-Italian half-Scottish art dealer who encourages her to explore new facets of life, both cultural and sexual. Torn between him and her estranged husband, Sean, Claire is thrown in a quandary of conflicting desires. Both women are drawn into an intrigue as dark and sensual as the city of Venice itself.