The Education of Ivy Leavold

The Education of Ivy Leavold I knew I was taking a risk loving a man like Julian Markham But I thought that love was enough to cover over his darkness I thought wrong Ivy Leavold came to Markham Hall looking for a home and a new

  • Title: The Education of Ivy Leavold
  • Author: Sierra Simone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I knew I was taking a risk loving a man like Julian Markham But I thought that love was enough to cover over his darkness.I thought wrong.Ivy Leavold came to Markham Hall looking for a home and a new start, and instead she found the enigmatic Julian Markham along with a love that threatened to consume them both Now Mr Markham is offering her a new life as his bride, I knew I was taking a risk loving a man like Julian Markham But I thought that love was enough to cover over his darkness.I thought wrong.Ivy Leavold came to Markham Hall looking for a home and a new start, and instead she found the enigmatic Julian Markham along with a love that threatened to consume them both Now Mr Markham is offering her a new life as his bride, as the mistress of Markham Hall, and Ivy wants nothing than to say yes.But Ivy knows that the closer she binds herself to Mr Markham, the closer she binds herself to danger And the deeper their love grows, the closer she gets to discovering the truth surrounding her cousin s death Once she does, the explosive secret will rip them apart possibly forever.

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    • Sophia Triad says:

      Was I excited or was I scared?And given what I had realized about myself – and about us – did it matter which?I turned and faced him, my fiancé and master, pressing my back against the door. Blood and warmth and want pooled in my core as I watched him watching me.Sierra Simone writes excellent historical erotica! Think of Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights, all this slow burn and desperation. And then add some 50 Shades of Grey in the mix with all the sinister things that a man with a dark soul [...]

    • CC says:

      5 "I'm going to take that Ass" Stars!!!! Book two continues with Julian and Ivy's relationship and it is a scorcher! Julian Markham proposed to Ivy but the mystery surrounding Julian's previous wives continue to cast doubt in Ivy's mind. However, after Julian ignited desire and passion within Ivy, she is more than willing to be educated by Mr. Markham. My only question is how quickly can I travel to Markham Hall???"A flush crept up his neck. Without a word, he roughly flipped me over, so that my [...]

    • Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover says:

      **5 I Want Mr. Markham To Teach Me Stars!!!!**Gosh this book! I loved this book soooo much I'm at a loss for words. I literally want all my friends to read this amazing story. This series reminds me of an erotic Jane Eyre.enough said right?! Book 2 takes off right where book 1 leaves off. And the story gets even more intense as ever. This is not your usual historical's very core is laced with steamy eroticism so you must have an open mind while reading it. I'm loving the storyline and I'm loving [...]

    • ♥ Jx PinkLady Reviews ♥ says:

      Review to come Julian!! Sigh Wonderful.A new author on my #mustread list.

    • Deanna❤Pink Lady❤️ says:

      Review to come but OMG it's FABULOUS

    • Jacqueline says:

      I'm going to need a minute after reading thatez what a scorcherIn this the second part of Ivy and Mr Markham' s (for I cannot call him Julian) story, Ivy is still trying to figure out whether the devilishly dark and delish Mr Markham could really have bumped off his first and second wives. A few mysterious people creep out of corners and utter a few teasing words, but we still don't know who is to be trusted.Meanwhile Mr Markham is continuing to educate Ivy on his sexual requirements. He has qui [...]

    • Fathima says:

      Yahoooooooo-zer !!! Wow * fans self * wow this was one hot read !Ivy's journey continues under Julian ' mysteriously broody' Markham's ministrations and boy oh boy do you soooo wanna be there !!!! We got a lot of answers in this installment of the series . But not nearly enough . What really surprised me was how Ivy and Julian like to 'play' For a girl who was a virgin till she met Julian , Ivy sure has some serious kinky taste . Like the gal would try anything ! Almost .

    • ~IreneOust~ says:

      Full review to come at the end of the series but I am loving Julian & Ivy!

    • Kay (❦ ᴗ ❦ ✿) BooksandMe says:

      As what had happened with the The Awakening of Ivy Leavold, I am rendered speechless by Julian. I can’t actually picture out how Ivy would look like because all my thoughts are consume by Mr. Markham himself. And to think that Julian wants a teacher-student relationship with Ivy. Will he be good? Or will she be an obedient pupil?“Back arched, dripping with my seed, begging me to take your ass. This, my future wife, this is the benefit of a good education.” Please, please! I want to be your [...]

    • Myla says:

      "I want you to be my wife," Julian Markham asked of Ivy Leavold.Ivy could not immediately answer Julian because so many things running thru her mind. But one particular question kept nagging in her mind was who killed Violet? Is it true that Julian had a hand in her death? Everyone says that Julian is a dangerous man.When Julian use his sexual prowess to Ivy, she's powerless not to say yes. And so when Ivy accepted Julian to be her fiancé, he starts to teach Ivy on how to be a submissive and in [...]

    • Mercedes says:

      I'm not sure there is much else I can say about Julian and Ivy besides Holy F*ck! They seriously have some of the hottest sexy-times I've ever read. Some of the things that come out of Julian's mouth just make me melt! I love the push and pull of their relationship. There are some times when Julian is so clearly in charge but then Ivy will turn the tables on him and it is truly delightful to behold. The mystery and intrigue surrounding Julian and his late wives (yes, wives) is a perfect counterb [...]

    • Natalie M says:

      Wow, I just love this series!! Love the story, love the writing, love the crazy ass and sometimes cruel Julian, Loved every bit of this book! It does have a cliffhanger and a whopper at that, but thankfully the third and final installment is due out next month. This series is absolutely addicting and I'm so glad I came across it (I love when that happens!) Bring on book three, Ms. Simone!!! :-)

    • J. McCoy says:

      You know how sometimes when you love a book so much you’re at a loss for words to accurately describe your feelings? You just want to shove the book in your friends faces and demand they read it right that second. That’s how I feel about The Education of Ivy Leavold. The dirty factor was upped times 10, compared to book 1. The suspense and mystery that surrounds Julian only grew stronger and Ivy’s self-discovery was so damn erotic, I may have abused myself. Don’t tell anyone, okay?I love [...]

    • Noel says:

      This book has seriously juicy ASS sex scenes! Mr Markham may be doing his thang a few centuries ago, but he can hold his own with ALL the current alpha BDSM men we all love!!!!

    • Beneath The Covers Blog says:

      Short review found HERE --> /review/show~Kelly

    • Alexandra says:

      3.5I gaved the first book 5 stars out of 5. This is more like a 3.5,it doesn't reach the fourth star.The story goes on with Ivy and Julian,like in the first book Ivy tries to figure out what does Julian hides. She finds out in this book but before that *i shouldn't be complaining but* THERE'S SO MANY SMUTTY SCENES GOSH. I tought for a moment that something was going to break down there,i swearI have to say,my favourite scene was the one with Silas. I would read a whole book about him without thi [...]

    • Kat Desi says:

      This book is the continuation of the story of Julian Markham and Ivy Leavold. Mr Markham (for some reason Mr Markham sounds way more delish and wicked) had asked Ivy to be his wife, despite his second wife--her cousin--having only died a couple of months ago. It was no secret that the marriage did not work out, and there were still talks circulating around that he killed her, but Mr Markham didn't care. Ivy was the only one who counted, and he didn't want to live without her.But Ivy still needed [...]

    • ilknur a.k.a. iko ◬ says:

      İlk kitapta kızı soydu herkesin önünde ok dedik iki elleme var da gelen misafirler arasında bi adamla karşılaşıyorlsr burda düğün hazırlığı için şehre inince, direk sharing başlıyor bildiğiniz. Mmf. İstemiyorum bana ne. Dokunmasın. Polygamy in sharing out.

    • Louise Seraphim Reviews says:

      Wow, holy hotness!! This second chapter of the Markham Hall series is even hotter than the first one. I was blown away by the steamy and intense scenes of The Awakening of Ivy Leavold, but The Education completely topped it. The first part ended with Julian Markham wanting Ivy to marry him, we didn't get an answer from her, it just ended. So straight in to this book, it continues immediately and we get Ivy's answer. On from Julian wanting Ivy to marry him, we also start to learn in this book the [...]

    • Ang~Dirty Laundry Review says:

      We’re back for the second installment of the Markham Hall series. The Education of Ivy Leavold was a terrific follow-up to book one. We jump right in where the story left off and it’s full speed ahead.Julian is still wearing the shit out of those breeches with his broody sexiness and mysterious secrets. Ivy is still wearing her corsets and petticoats while maintaining her independence even under the tutelage of our dear Mr. Markham. As the title suggests, he sets out to provide her with an e [...]

    • Janey says:

      Ivy Leavold has nowhere to go. Her brother has died, and left her penniless. Her only option is to accept the kind offer of going to live with her late cousin’s husband; Julian Markham.Julian Markham is a serious, handsome and possessive man. He reeks of domination, and it doesn’t take Ivy long to fall under his spell.I’m not a big fan of historical romance, and this may not truly reside within that genre if I was a diehard fan. But to say I was completely under Mr Markham’s spell too, w [...]

    • Sassy says:

      Too dark and raw for time period!I absolutely love Historical Romance, but I found this story too raw and dark for this time period.I thoroughly enjoy, dark, raw, naughty books, but, the actions and harsh language displayed by the Hero toward the heroine spoiled the story and made the way he treated her, and her acceptance of the way she was used, unacceptable and unbelievable for that era

    • Sarah says:

      Still having mixed thoughts about this. On to book three.

    • Dana aka ♥Belladonna♥ says:

      4.5 "Holy shit that was HOT!" Stars

    • Kelly Emery (Beneath The Covers Blog) says:

      So many secrets being keptd so much smut! I blushed too many times while reading this!

    • Elizabeth says:

      Holy Moly!! This series is H.O.T!! Like seriouslyokin'! And woah that ending geez I am straight onto the next book!! Loving this series!!

    • Tami says:

      4.5 stars.

    • Court says:

      I reviewed this at MustReadBooksOrDie with my friend Shel! Shel: Well dayum. I thought book one was wickedly hotis one is hotter than hot. It's thermonuclear hot. It's fucking hot, y'all. Damn. Court: Scorching. Intense. Walked the edge of our comfort zone. Fucking hot. One-handed reading!Shel: In book two, the plot picks up right where it left off and we continue to see the turmoil that Ivy feels over Julian and the deaths of his previous wives. Her desire and love/lust and her guilt are all ta [...]

    • Candi~Dirty Laundry Review says:

      The Education of Ivy Leavold by Sierra Simone I have never wanted to scream so bad "HOLY FUCKING HOTNESS" as I do right now!!! This book. THIS. BOOK. GUYS. OH EMM GEE!!!! I read a lot of books. Tons of books!! I have never been sooused, turned on, hot and very bothered while reading a book!!! I swear to god. I read things that, being a married woman and mother of 5, probably shouldn't of been so turned on by. BUT I DONT CARE!! No shame. No guilt. There are things, threesomes. THREESOMES!!! The h [...]

    • Kath says:

      Continuing from book 1 ( the book cover does not match the era) - How could Julian debase Ivy in such a way and yet profess to love and cherish her. It was as if he can't make up his mind whether to love or punish/hurt her. Ivy seemed such a carefree strong willed young women I was surprised she tolerated such behaviour from Julian. Book 2 has been a puzzle to me, some of their blatant public displays I can't imagine happening in this era. Julian's confession took me by surprise, wasn't expectin [...]

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