Love Knot (The Slave to Beauty Series)


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Erotic and Adventurous

Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2020

Andrew and Bryony embark on a yachting holiday around the Aegean Sea. The couple’s lovemaking is as strong as ever, but Andrew grows frustrated with his obvious lack of “seamanship” against Bryony’s sailing skill. Bryony believes bringing on Lorenzo to help manage the ship is a great idea; jealous Andrew, not so much. While Bryony works to expand their sexual escapades to include bisexuality, Lorenzo works in an odious plot that could prove the end for the couple.

Tim Bartholomew ups the ante in Love Knot, the second book in the Slave to Beauty trilogy; not only with the sex scenes, but also thrilling adventure. A wicked and totally unforeseen plot line clearly raises the bar. As with book one, Body Language, the characters are true to life and the eroticism exceptionally well described and placed in the overall story. Fans of adventure, mystery, and intrigue will also find a sweet spot in the Slave to Beauty trilogy. I’m certainly in for the whole ride.


Saltwater seduction, treachery and a nautical nightmare… a seaborne sequel to Body Language

Although craving a quiet life out of the public eye, Andrew and Bryony rarely miss an opportunity for erotic fulfilment – even in the most unlikely of historic monuments. But during a supposedly relaxing yachting holiday round the Aegean, Bryony falls under the spell of a cocky and irresistible stallion of the sea. And the result? Maritime-marital meltdown.

But worse is still to come when they sail into a psychological and sexual tempest worthy of the god Neptune himself. If the newlyweds are to make it safely back to dry land and avoid the stranger’s attempts to prove his prowess in a nautical threesome, their love must be tested as never before.

Published DEEP DESIRES PRESS 22nd January 2019