This one really surprised me as you rarely find a really good erotica/romantica story with so much depth and reality. Nothing about this story felt contrived, false or forced. It was a beautiful, if not different (m/f/m), historical love story. I typically prefer the more mainstream m/f romances, but this one really made me think twice. It takes place in 1750 England, and through an array of believable circumstances the Earl must produce a child, yet he cannot be the biological father. Many lives are at stake if no son is produced. There are many layers to this story, so I wont spoil the book with all the details. I will just say that it was a very touching, moving, romantic and steamy read that fans of steamy romance historicals should really enjoy. I'm going to look for more by this author.