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Vixen and the Pea by Lila Shaw

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Naughty Fairy Tales

All that stands between playboy Prince Koldo and the throne is his wife…or the lack thereof. Koldo has no desire to wed anyone, let alone the know-it-all shrew his parents favor.

Lady Otsana is fed up with the oppressive sexism that requires she hide her face, body and brains. She much prefers the sexual adventures she enjoys out of her birka-like clothing when she becomes Fleur.

Prince Koldo also has an alter ego, Bero. Only Fleur is not fooled by his disguise. Just as Fleur and Bero’s attempts to best each other in the bedroom blossom into romance, Koldo reaches the end of his tether. His bride will be chosen by contest at the upcoming King’s Ball.

Otsana must make a difficult decision. Will she enter the Prince’s contest and risk all for a chance at love or will she play it safe but give up Bero forever?

Be Warned: anal play, sex toys, f/f interaction.

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Excerpt:

The first rays of the sun seeped through the openings in the window curtains. Koldo took himself in hand and tried to stroke new life into his fallen soldier. Not a single spark could he coax from the once lively fellow. He pumped faster, but the pressure only elicited a wince. Had the wench bruised his manhood? Was such an injury even possible? With a sigh, he turned his head, prepared to concede defeat to the succubus he had bedded, a demon in the guise of a woman who had nearly sucked the life out of him.

Its eyelids were shut, lashes fanning across high, sculpted cheekbones. The demon’s dark tresses lay askew across the pillow, with a long lock trailing down over one breast. She really was a lovely creature.

He leaned closer to lay a soft kiss upon her lips and to see if she had been spying on his resurrection attempts. Lips had almost met lips when hers parted and a loud snort, like that of a pig, burst out. He recoiled snickering.

Otsana’s snores grew louder, but soon their steady cadence lulled Koldo into a drowsy state, and his eyes drooped shut one last time before sealing.

 ****

Otsana wasn’t sure if the rooster’s crowing woke her or the shaking of the bed, but both had her sitting bolt upright. Koldo no longer lay next to her but sat on the edge, pulling on his boots.

“Merde! How long have I been asleep?” she asked rubbing her eyes. No point in pretending. She’d lost their bet. The arrogant Prince of Basqueland had bested her. No man had ever outlasted her in bed before. How had this bastard done it?

Koldo turned and smiled. “Since the first light of dawn at least. I was all set to pounce upon you once again when the most unholy noise came forth from your mouth. My lady, you snore … loudly.”

“I do not!” Otsana gathered the sheets to her breasts and scanned the room for her clothes.

“You most certainly do.” He leaned over to fetch something from the ground that he tossed to her. Her shift. Another lean produced a single black stocking.

She remembered its mate had been pressed into service and indeed was still tied to the bedpost. A wicked smile passed across her lips as she untied it. Perhaps another night with this rogue wasn’t the worst means of settling a wager. “I will concede that I have lost our bet … but not that I snore.”

A deep booming laugh caught her off guard. She’d expected him to crow about winning, yet he’d not spoken a word about it thus far.

“As you wish. Seeing as my carnal needs were thwarted by your … softly slumbering self, ‘twas not snoring I heard but my own disappointed hopes.

Otsana gave him a sidelong glance. “Another night we said?”

“Aye, my lady, on the date of my choosing.”

She gathered her stocking and prepared to slip it over her foot, when he stilled her hand and took the stocking. He turned toward her and slowly unrolled the woolen knitwear over her foot and up her leg, his fingers lightly skimming her skin during their trek. A sigh escaped her lips. Why did his touch affect her this way?

His mission complete, he lifted his eyes to meet hers. “Three nights hence, meet me here at sunset. I’ll leave a note for you with the innkeeper telling you which room.”

She nodded, unable to tear her gaze away. When he ran hasty fingers through his disheveled hair, the moment was broken, and they both turned their attention elsewhere. He appeared as puzzled as she felt.

“Very well. Three nights.” She drew on her other stocking, pretending to be engrossed in her task while she sifted through a muddle of emotions.

The bed jiggled when Koldo stood to slip on his coat, the only remaining garment he had not donned. He strode to the door, which he opened halfway then paused and glanced back at her.

Her brows lifted in question, and she waited for him to say something, but no words came. The man himself moved, heavy-footed, back to the bed where she sat and without a word, snatched her into his arms. The kiss he planted was commanding and thorough. Otsana’s bones began to liquefy, but before she could embarrass herself by begging him to stay a while longer, he wrenched his mouth away.

“Three nights,” he said, and with a curt nod of his head, left.

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  1. The TBR Pile Reviews

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Nov 2012

    I loved Vixen and the Pea. It’s part of Evernight’s Naughty Fairy Tale line and this was fantastic. It was super sexy with a deep layer of sensual. The characters were fantastic. I immediately liked ‘Fleur’ and found her interaction with ‘Bero’,the prince in disguise, entertaining. The plot was well done and I read this rather quickly because couldn’t put it down! I could go on and on about this book but I’ll leave potential readers with this: Vixen and the Pea is a wicked twist on a tame fairy tale and Lila Shaw wrote her heart out.

    Don’t hesitate, read this book!


  2. You Gotta Read Reviews

    Posted by Unknown on 4th Oct 2012

    Review – Vixen and the Pea by Lila Shaw
    OCTOBER 4, 2012 BY DONNA B. 2 COMMENTS
    Title: Vixen and the Pea
    Author: Lila Shaw
    Publisher: Evernight Publishing
    Buy Link: Buy Vixen and the Pea Here!
    Rating: You Need To Read
    Reviewed By: Donna
    Blurb:
    Naughty Fairy Tales
    All that stands between playboy Prince Koldo and the throne is his wife…or the lack thereof. Koldo has no desire to wed anyone, let alone the know-it-all shrew his parents favor.
    Lady Otsana is fed up with the oppressive sexism that requires she hide her face, body and brains. She much prefers the sexual adventures she enjoys out of her birka-like clothing when she becomes Fleur.
    Prince Koldo also has an alter ego, Bero. Only Fleur is not fooled by his disguise. Just as Fleur and Bero’s attempts to best each other in the bedroom blossom into romance, Koldo reaches the end of his tether. His bride will be chosen by contest at the upcoming King’s Ball.
    Otsana must make a difficult decision. Will she enter the Prince’s contest and risk all for a chance at love or will she play it safe but give up Bero forever?
    Be Warned: anal play, sex toys, f/f interaction.
    Review:
    Erotically arousing and surprisingly romantic, Vixen and the Pea is humorous, witty and heartwarming. Otsana is simply a lady who needs…more from a man. In a kingdom where maidens are mirages and men are in demand, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do. Otsana has got to get a man. And who should fall into her snare but a prince in disguise. The very prince who has argued and bickered with her for years.
    Ms. Shaw has written a wonderful fairy tale with a barely recognizable plot, imaginative setting, charismatic characters and luscious sex scenes. The story is well written and very entertaining.


  3. You Gotta Read Reviews

    Posted by Reviewed by Donna on 4th Oct 2012

    Erotically arousing and surprisingly romantic, Vixen and the Pea is humorous, witty and heartwarming. Otsana is simply a lady who needs…more from a man. In a kingdom where maidens are mirages and men are in demand, a girl’s gotta do what a girl’s gotta do. Otsana has got to get a man. And who should fall into her snare but a prince in disguise. The very prince who has argued and bickered with her for years.

    Ms. Shaw has written a wonderful fairy tale with a barely recognizable plot, imaginative setting, charismatic characters and luscious sex scenes. The story is well written and very entertaining.

    http://yougottaread.com/review-vixen-and-the-pea-by-lila-shaw/


  4. Fallen Angel Reviews

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Aug 2012

    Lady Otsana has a secret; she is no lady. Then again, neither are any of the ladies in a kingdom where the females outnumber the males. Forced to wear shroud-like clothing whenever in public, Lady Otsana hides behind another persona to go out in public uncovered. When the prince is forced to choose a wife, will she give up her deceptions for the title of Queen?

    One of the latest in the Naughty Fairy Tales series, this story is a new take on The Princess and The Pea. Ms. Shaw definitely has her own take on how this fairy tale should go and is clever in showing us. I am pretty sure that Hans Christian Andersen never imagined using the pea in quite the manner that Ms. Shaw illustrates. In order to choose a wife and queen, the pea is utilized as it was in the original fairy tale. However, the way in which the Prince uses it to choose his Princess is ingenious, and of course very naughty. Even while showing how family obligations can change a person's life, Ms. Shaw amuses the reader.

    As we have come to expect from this series, the twists on this classic fairy tale are fun and surprising. The fact that the hero and heroine are both rather unconventional makes for an enjoyable read. There are no boring princes or uptight princesses in this story. This kingdom is ruled by baser instincts. It's a good thing they save these fairy tales for adults. So go check out the latest in this fabulous series. It's a fun, fast read that will leave you chuckling.


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