If you are a fan of the lovely Emmanuelle de Maupassant, this one's worth grabbing while she has it up for free.
I read 'The Gentlemen's Club' a few month's ago and I loved it. It ranges between sensual to sensitive to downright debauched and it is NOT for the easily offended.
I also wrote a short review for it at the time. I've added the link below in case you're interested.
But if you want a jolly romp, grab your copy quickly
Victorian London 1898
Lord McCauley falls under the enchantment of Mademoiselle Noire. Humiliated by her before his peers, he becomes intent on revenge, but is drawn only further into her web, entering a dark spiral of erotic obsession.
Meanwhile, by day, Lord McCaulay’s path intersects that of young aristocrat Maud, as she struggles to assert her identity against the domination of men.
'We live in the wondrous here and now and it's here that our flesh must take its pleasure. Your body is yours and yours alone, but not for long, and never long enough.'
Recommended by Stylist Magazine: a 'mind-blowing' read.