All I Want is You
By Elizabeth Anthony
An innocent girl caught up in a dangerous game . . . An electrifying story of love and sex in Twenties' England.
Set in a country house in the 1920s, this tale of forbidden love between a kitchen maid and her aristocratic master is perfect for fans of Downton Abbey and E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey.
An innocent girl
1920. Seventeen-year-old Sophie is a scullery maid at a large country house, Belfield Hall, but what she truly desires is to dance on stage in London.
Caught up in a dangerous game
Glamorous Lady Beatrice offers her assistance, though not without an ulterior motive. A new heir - the seductively handsome Lord Ashley - is about to arrive at the Hall: a man that Beatrice will do anything to ensnare . . . even if she has to exploit her young maid.
Of forbidden passion
What she doesn't know is that Sophie has met Ash once before. And as Lady Beatrice's devious plan unravels, Sophie has two choices: refuse to be a mere plaything for the man she loves so desperately, or give in to the thrill of unimaginable sexual pleasure . . .
Elizabeth Anthony discovered historical novels early in her teens. After graduating from university she worked as a tutor in English Studies, but always dreamed of writing. Her ambition was fulfilled with the publication of an eighteenth-century thriller received with great acclaim in the UK and US and translated into nine languages. She has also written several historical romances. Elizabeth lives with her husband in the Peak District.
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23 May 2013
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Downton-esque tale of Sophie, a scullery maid at Belfield Hall whose dream is to exchange scrubbing floors and scouring pans for life as a dancer in London. Trouble is, she's already fallen for the heir to the house and this inconvenient fact sets up a chain of scandalous events. — The Lady magazine
I could barely put it down . . . A wonderful, addictive tale of romance . . . an intense love story. — Life Between Pages
I really, really loved All I Want Is You, it was such a passionate and moving story . . . I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a passionate story with lots of drama. — 23reviewstreet.blogspot.co.uk