For Gabriela, the dark half of the year is the most fulfilling
Gabriela has spent one month with István, her heart’s love, when winter arrives, her life at the Castle a few miles but a world away from her modest upbringing. Yet her bliss is shattered when István is called away, promising Gabriela to return for their planned Midwinter wedding. Not even her blossoming erotic powers can persuade him to stay.
Unable to reveal the real reason for his journey, István has arranged for close friends to support Gabriela in his absence. She is already well acquainted with Alexandrine and Georg. The two undertook Gabriela’s first schooling in amorous pleasures when she arrived to the Castle, to assure themselves she would suit István’s every requirement as his wife.
Despite pining for István, Gabriela is happy for the pair to continue their carnal education of her. She learns to test her own limits as her companions make her the erotic centre of their attentions in a series of fulfilling lessons. New arrivals join them, including the charismatic and flirtatious Captain James Francis, whom Gabriela likes just a little too much…
The weeks settle into a thrilling pattern of voluptuous days and nights of carnal pleasures. But as time passes with not a word from István, Gabriela grows unsettled. Not only do shadows of doubt about his love for her gather, the mystery of a certain locked room begins to create unease in her mind.
The Rites of Midwinter is an erotic romance novella containing scenes of explicit erotic pleasure. Therefore, it is suitable for readers aged over eighteen only. It is the follow-up to All-Hallows’ Eve Rites by the same author.
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I spent a number of years living and working in several different countries before returning to my home country England. Since then I have made my home by the windswept and sometimes wild moorlands in rural North Lancashire. These surroundings provide a brooding and stark landscape from which I derive much inspiration.