About

Gabrielle Vigot is a brand-new author for Crimson Romance’s Wild and Wanton editions. Her first project is a sexed-up version of Daisy Miller. Wild and Wanton books take classics and turn them into steamy erotic novels.

Gabrielle grew up in Hawaii, where she was witness to many hippie love stories. Her favorite romance is that of her Spanish father falling in love with her Hawaiian mother after he reluctantly allowed her to be the first woman on his soccer team. You can find out more about her titles and contact her using the comments section on her site, gabriellevigot.wordpress.com, or support her through Facebook or Google+.

On Daisy Miller: The Wild and Wanton Edition, available on 6/29/2013:
Daisy Miller will forever be a classic story of courtship. But the original novella is not a romance, per se, because the unrequited love of both of the two main characters, Daisy Miller and Frederick Winterbourne, longs for a happy and salaciously steamy conclusion. That’s why modern author Gabrielle Vigot added a few key saucy scenes to enhance the relationship and sexual tension that is insinuated in Henry James’s civilized original story. Let’s just say that you’ll never look at an America-style pantry the same way again.

Dear reader, you know you’ll want to find out whether Daisy just simply loves to flirt with all of the impeccably dressed gentlemen of Rome, or whether she is partial to well-mannered but increasingly annoyed Winterbourne. Will Winterbourne’s heart give up on her in the end, or will his feelings mature enough for him to claim her for himself once and for all?

I’ll be posting a purchase link on every page as soon as it’s published!

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