Release date: 17 February 2014
In Edith Wharton’s Pulitzer-Prize-winning novel, The Age of Innocence, adapted by Coco Rousseau, May and Newland Archer, a turn-of-the-century upper class couple in New York Society are now joined in matrimony. Although Society expects Newland to honor his marital vows and remain faithful, the love triangle with Newland’s society-obsessed, superficial wife, May, and the beautiful, scandalous Countess Olenska continues to complicate Newland’s existence. Will he find happiness with May? Or will his unbridled lust and love for the Countess keep him entangled in the web despite what society might think of them?
Does the Countess Olenska possess Newland Archer mind, body, and soul? Or will May Archer, the devoted wife, win back her wayward husband?
Let intrigue, passion, and lust be your guides as you reach the conclusion of the once hidden, but now open sensual story of The Age of Innocence.
by Coco Rousseau and Edith Wharton
Wild and Wanton
Sensuality Level: Sensual
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Coco Rousseau lives in Paris, France. When not partaking of nightlife and fashionable parties, she spends her days strolling through museums, drinking cappuccino in outdoor cafes, and writing romance novels in her penthouse apartment on Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
Find Coco Rousseau at http://cocorousseau.com/, on Facebook, and on Twitter @AuthorCoco.